GB Name Experimental Line-Up for Warm-Up Clash


Great Britain coach Brian Noble has named an experimental team to face a Newcastle Representative side in Friday's Tri Nations warm up clas, with Warrington stand off Lee Briers included.

Briers is joined in the starting 13 by Huddersfield winger Martin Aspinwall, with both looking to stake a claim for a longer run in the team. Many fans and pundits had widely tipped Briers for a call up, yet he still remains in the stand by squad.

Other fringe players such as Salford duo Andy Coley and David Hodgson will also be looking to take their chance in GB's only warm up game for the Tri Nations. Brian Carney will play on home turf in the game for the last time, before moving to Gold Coast Titans, to be played on Friday. 

1.   Stuart Reardon
2.   Brian Carney
3.   Martin Gleeson
4.   Keith Senior
5.   Martin Aspinwall
6.   Lee Briers
7.   Danny McGuire
8.   Stuart Fielden
9.   Micky Higham
10. Jamie Peacock (c)
11. Gareth Ellis
12. Gareth Hock
13.  Sean O'Loughlin

14. Rob Burrow
15. Andy Coley
16. David Hodgson
17. Paul Wood
18.  Ben Westwood

Newcastle Rep Side

1. Dane Queenan – Nelson Bay Blues
2. Michael Fortier – South Newcastle
3. Aaron Resch – Western Suburbs
4. Andrew Spicer – Nelson Bay Blues
5. Willy Poleo – Cessnock
6. Paul Skovgaard (C) – Lakes United
7. Warick Colley – Nelson Bay Blues
8. Daniel Quinn – Macquarie Scorpions
9. Adrian McNab – Cessnock
10. Marc Reed – Macquarie Scorpions
11. Ji Hill – Nelson Bay Blues
12. Peter Jensen – Cessnock
13. Daniel Frame – Lakes United

14. Cheyne McIntyre – Nelson Bay Blues
15. Daniel Hagan – Lakes United
16. Ian Bourke – Lakes United
17. Chris Swan – Macquarie Scorpions