Cronulla Sharks forward named in Greece squad for World Cup qualifiers

Drew Darbyshire

Cronulla Sharks forward Billy Magoulias has been named in the Greece squad for this autumn’s World Cup qualifiers.

South Sydney Rabbitohs hooker Peter Mamouzelos has also retained his place in the Greece squad.

Greece face Scotland and Serbia in Pool B, with the top two going through to the main competition in England in 2021. They will play their ‘home’ game against Scotland in London due to administrative difficulties in the country.

Greece squad:

Aris Dardamanis (Aris)

Kostas Georgogalas (Aris)

Greg Koutsimporgiogos (Aris)

Theodoris Nianiakas (Aris)

Ioannis Rousoglou (Aris)

Konstantinos Gerontakis (Attica)

Aris Koulizakis (Attica)

Iasonas Kourkakis (Attica)

Eugenios Malai (Attica)

Ioannis Nake (Attica)

Andreas Shakaj (Attica)

Nikolaos Stephanou (Attica)

Sam Stratis (Asquith)

Clinton Hughes (Beerwah)

Nathan Hughes (Beerwah)

Jordan Meads (Beerwah)

Stefano Totidis (Belrose)

Laurence Zarounas (Belrose)

Stefanos Bastas (Doncaster)

Mitchell Zampetides (Hills District)

Treymaine Terzis (Leichhardt Wanderers)

Robert Tuliatu (London Skolars)

Sebastian Sell (Mittagong)

Billy Magoulias (Cronulla Sharks)

John Mitsias (North Sydney)

Alexandros Aliou (Rhodes)

Pantelis Arfaras (Rhodes)

Michaeli Bosmos (Rhodes)

Nikolaos Bosmos (Rhodes)

Ioannis Frangos (Rhodes)

Dimos Kartsonakis (Rhodes)

Kosta Katsidonis (Rhodes)

Andreas Ktenas (Rhodes)

Pantelis Tsattalios (Rhodes)

Michael Korkidas (Rosebery)

Vasili Tsikrikas (St Marys)

George Tsikrikas (St Marys)

Peter Mamouzelos (South Sydney Rabbitohs)

Nick Mougios (South Sydney Rabbitohs)

Terry Constantinou (Sunbury)

Jake Kambos (Sydney Roosters)

Chaise Robinson (Sydney Roosters)

Adam Vrahnos (Sydney University)

Jake Vrahnos (Sydney University)

Nick Nikitaras (Windang)

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