Castleford-bound winger Garry Lo is one of two European-based players to make the Papua New Guinea World Cup squad.
The other is former Leeds hooker Paul Aiton, now at Catalans, and another ex-Leeds number nine, James Segeyaro, is also included.
Following their success in winning the Queensland Intrust Super Cup competition, 10 players from the SP PNG Hunters are in Michael Marum’s squad.
PNG play Australia and Fiji in warm-up games before playing Wales, Ireland and USA in the pool stages of the World Cup, with all their games in the competition to be played in Port Moresby.
Papua New Guinea 24-man squad: Ase Boas (SP PNG Hunters), David Mead (Brisbane Broncos), Enock Maki (SP PNG Hunters), Garry Lo (Sheffield Eagles), James Segeyaro (Cronulla Sharks), Justin Olam (Melbourne Storm), Kato Ottio (Canberra Raiders), Kurt Baptiste (Canberra Raiders), Lachlan Lam (Sydney Roosters), Luke Page (Burleigh Bears), Moses Meninga (SP PNG Hunters), Nene MacDonald (St. George Illawarra Dragons), Nixon Put (SP PNG Hunters), Paul Aiton (Catalan Dragons), Rhys Martin (Canterbury Bulldogs), Rod Griffin (Canterbury Bulldogs), Stanton Albert (SP PNG Hunters), Stargroth Amean (SP PNG Hunters), Thompson Teteh (Redcliffe Dolphins), Wartovo Puara Jnr (SP PNG Hunters), Wellington Albert (SP PNG Hunters), Watson Boas (SP PNG Hunters), Willie Minoga (SP PNG Hunters)