Brierley & Tierney join Russell in Scotland squad

Scotland coach Steve McCormack has named his squad for the forthcoming Four Nations tournament, and Wigan’s Lewis Tierney and Huddersfield’s Ryan Brierley are among the players included.

Warrington’s Matty Russell is another star name, while Danny Brough will lead the Bravehearts into battle once again.

Frankie Mariano comes in to reinforce the pack, while Lachlan Coote and Euan Aitken join the tartan ranks from the NRL.

Sadly, Peter Wallace is unable to play for Scotland, having picked up an elbow injury during the NRL play-offs.

Leeds prop Keith Galloway is also injured, as is Huddersfield centre Joe Wardle, who has a knee injury.

SCOTLAND SQUAD:

Dave Scott (Batley Bulldogs); Danny Addy, Dale Ferguson, Ben Kavanagh (Bradford Bulls); Frankie Mariano (Castleford Tigers); Luke Douglas (Gold Coast Titans), Ryan Maneely (Halifax), Ryan Brierley, Danny Brough (Huddersfield Giants); Kieran Moran, Adam Walker (Hull KR); Billy McConnachie (Ipswich Jets); Liam Hood (Leigh Centurions); Ben Hellewell (London Broncos); Sheldon Powe-Hobbs (Northern Pride); Lachlan Coote, Kane Linnett (North Queensland Cowboys); Euan Aitkin (St George Illawarra Dragons); Matthew Russell (Warrington Wolves); Tyler Cassel (Wests Tigers); Sam Brooks (Widnes Vikings); Lewis Tierney (Wigan Warriors); Callum Phillips, Brett Phillips (Workington Town).

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