Daryl Clark in Combined Nations All Stars squad to face England

Daryl Clark Warrington Wolves.jpg

Warrington hooker Daryl Clark has been named in the Combined Nations All Stars squad to face England at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Saturday.

The Wolves hooker was not included in England coach Shaun Wane’s squad which was announced earlier today.

Clark has won eight caps for England on the international stage. He is also eligible to represent Scotland.

Eight Super League clubs are represented in Ellery Hanley’s 19-man All Stars squad. They will be led by Hull KR centre Shaun Kenny-Dowall.

ALL STARS: Suspensions disrupt Combined Nations All Stars squad

Hanley said: “I’m very pleased with the group we’ve named and I’m confident we’ll give England the tough pre-World Cup warm-up that Shaun is after.

“I said when we announced our initial squad back in March that we’d have to deal with injuries and suspensions, while also working within the framework of the fixture, in terms of how many players we can select per team, and we’ve had to do this. But despite these factors, we’ve still put together a squad that is definitely capable of getting a result.

“From what I’ve heard from people who were involved in last year’s camp, there was a real togetherness among the players and the staff. I’m looking forward to generating that same feeling when we get the players in tomorrow.” 

Combined Nations All Stars 2022 squad:

Daryl Clark (Warrington Wolves)

Brodie Croft (Salford Red Devils)

Kenny Edwards (Castleford Tigers)

Mahe Fonua (Castleford Tigers)

Shaun Kenny-Dowall (Hull KR)

Samisoni Langi (Catalans Dragons)

Kruise Leeming (Leeds Rhinos)

Joe Lovodua (Hull FC)

Rhyse Martin (Leeds Rhinos)

Peter Mata’utia (Warrington Wolves)

Manu Maʻu (Hull FC)

Jacob Miller (Wakefield Trinity)

Matt Parcell (Hull KR)

Matt Prior (Leeds Rhinos)

Ligi Sao (Hull FC)

Chris Satae (Hull FC)

Ken Sio (Salford Red Devils)

Kelepi Tanginoa (Wakefield Trinity)

Zane Tetevano (Leeds Rhinos)

LOVE RUGBY LEAGUE: All the latest news, Podcast, App & Fantasy RL

About Drew Darbyshire 8035 Articles
Love Rugby League Deputy Editor. Joined the site ahead of the 2017 World Cup and been a full-time reporter since 2018.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*