“I’m looking forward to watching it,” Sandercock told Love Rugby League.
“And to having a look to see how all the boys go. I know a lot of the players who’ll be there, having coached them.
“It’ll be good to catch up with them, and to get a feel from the outside looking in, for once.”
Papua New Guinea are inked in for two fixtures at MS3 Craven Park. Rovers enjoy strong links with the country, and have a certain member of their staff who will be paying close attention to some of the talent on show.
“Well, we’ve got Stanley Gene on staff,” Sandercock added.
“So I dare say he’ll be having a good look at them for me.
“You never know what he can unearth. You never know, there might be one or two waiting to burst onto the scene.”