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The Australian Rugby League today announced that the following players have been selected in the Australian VB Kangaroos Four Nations’ Train-on squad and also the Prime Minister’s XIII Train-on squad:

Australian VB Kangaroos Four Nations Train-on squad:
Brisbane Broncos: Darren Lockyer, Sam Thaiday.
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs: Michael Ennis, Ben Hannant, Jamal Idris, Josh Morris
Cronulla Sharks: Paul Gallen
Melbourne Storm: Cooper Cronk, Greg Inglis, Billy Slater, Cameron Smith
Newcastle Knights: Kurt Gidley
North Queensland Cowboys: Matt Scott, Johnathan Thurston, Willie Tonga
Parramatta Eels: Jarryd Hayne, Timana Tahu
South Sydney Rabbitohs: David Taylor

Prime Minister’s X111 Train-on squad
Brisbane Broncos: Matt Gillett, Andrew McCullough, Corey Parker, Jharal Yow Yeh
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs: Brett Kimmorley
Cronulla Sharks: Luke Douglas, Blake Ferguson, Kade Snowden
Newcastle Knights: Jarrod Mullen, Akulia Uate
Parramatta Eels: Tim Mannah, Ben Smith
South Sydney Rabbitohs: Michael Crocker, Ben Lowe, Nathan Merritt

Selection and announcement in either squad does not exclude players from being selected in the other squad/team.

All selections are subject to medical clearances and Clubs have been requested to provide medical evidence to the ARL should any player not be available for selection in the final teams.

Both Train-on squads will assemble next week at 10.30am on Wednesday, September 15, 2010, at Redfern Oval.

Further additions to the Australian VB Kangaroos Four Nations squad will be announced next Monday from the two teams eliminated after next weekend following Week 1 of the NRL Telstra Premiership Finals.

In addition, the Prime Minister’s XIII team to play Papua New Guinea will also be announced next Monday, 13 September, 2010.
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