The Great Britain Masters squad that will take on the Australia Masters on the 14th August has been announced.
Players from across the country will take part in the country, with representatives from Cumbria, Yorkshire, London and the North West.
Vic Logan, who is the oldest player in the team at the age of 71, has already expressed his delight at being selected for the game.
“My family will all come and watch. It’s wonderful news,” he said.
Sixteen clubs across the country have representatives in the squad, which will play at Heworth ARLFC, York against the tourists in August.
The squad is as follows:
Dan Briggs – Heworth Masters
Ian Broadbent – Siddal
Kenneth Charters – West Cumbria
John Gavin – Wigan St Judes
Martin Geldard – Leeds
Paul Green – Crosfields
Victor Logan – Barrow & District
Martin McColl – Leyland Warriors
Darren McLoughlin – Ryland Sharks
Simon Moat – York Lokos
Dave Morton – Orrell St James
Joe Nolan – Siddal
Paul Ogden – Blackpool
Eric Pearce – Thatto Heath
Paul Royston – Ossett
Ian Scott – Leeds
Scott Stephens – Hull Dockers
Kevin Ward – London Skolars