Scotland name extended squad to face Jamaica

Scotland trio Lachlan Coote (left), Danny Addy (centre) and Ryan Brierley (right)

Scotland coach Nathan Graham has named Super League semi-finalists Lachlan Coote and Kane Linnett in a provisional 33-man squad ahead of his team’s international against Jamaica at Castleford on October 15.

St Helens full-back Coote and Hull KR centre or second-rower Linnett, who will be team-mates at Craven Park in 2022, are among 10 Super League-based players set for the Bravehearts’ first-ever meeting with the Reggae Warriors.

Graham said: “I’m really looking forward to kicking off our sessions in a couple of weeks’ time.

“It’s been a long time in the waiting. We have announced an extended squad that is a mix of experienced campaigners and some new guys.

“We’ll look at how everyone performs and finalise a 20-man squad for a four-day camp before the game. I’m looking for the young guys to be really competitive in training and push themselves with a view to being in the 20.”

Scotland squad to face Jamaica: Terrill, S Toal (Barrow), Buchanan (Batley), Scott (Coventry), Dixon, Oakes (Dewsbury), Clarke, Hogg, Hall (Edinburgh Eagles), Ferguson (Featherstone), Kavanagh (Halifax), Linnett (Hull KR), Moran (Keighley), Hellewell, Brierley, Hood, Russell, Bell (Leigh), Oakley (London Broncos), Emslie (Millom RLFC), Addy, Luckley (Salford), Coote (St Helens), Mitchell (Strathmore Silverbacks), Brooks (Swinton), Walker (Wakefield), McLean, Herron (West Wales), Phillips, Walmsley, Graham, Thomas (Whitehaven), Teanby (York).

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  1. Really ? So us Scots have to travel to England to watch our national team , what a complete joke , how do you promote rugby-league when you don’t even play the international games in that particular country….

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