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Following a stellar 2014 NRL campaign, Broncos halfback Ben Hunt is one of seven Brisbane players included in the Kangaroos train on squad.
The Australian selectors and head coach Tim Sheens today added 12 players to the train on squad for the upcoming Four Nations Tournament and Prime Minister’s XIII match against Papua New Guinea.
Seven players from the Broncos and five players from the Storm have been added to the squad following their elimination from the Finals series at the weekend.
The seven Broncos players are Ben Hunt, Corey Parker, Dale Copley, Josh McGuire, Justin Hodges, Matt Gillett and Sam Thaiday.
The Storm players added to the squad are Cameron Smith, Billy Slater, Cooper Cronk, Will Chambers and Ryan Hoffman.
The updated squad is:

Name (Club)
Ben Hunt (Broncos)
Corey Parker (Broncos)
Dale Copley (Broncos)
Josh McGuire (Broncos)
Justin Hodges (Broncos)
Matt Gillett (Broncos)
Sam Thaiday (Broncos)
Brett Morris (Dragons)
Josh Dugan (Dragons)
Trent Merrin (Dragons)
Jarryd Hayne (Eels)
Will Hopoate (Eels)
Beau Scott (Knights)
Kurt Gidley (Knights)
Willie Mason (Knights)
Anthony Milford (Raiders)
Jack Wighton (Raiders)
Jarrod Croker (Raiders)
Josh Papalii (Raiders)
Andrew Fifita (Sharks)
Luke Lewis (Sharks)
Michael Gordon (Sharks)
Billy Slater (Storm)
Cameron Smith (Storm)
Cooper Cronk (Storm)
Ryan Hoffman (Storm)
William Chambers (Storm)
Aaron Woods (Tigers)
Robbie Farah (Tigers)
Aidan Sezer (Titans)
Dave Taylor (Titans)
Greg Bird (Titans)
Jacob Lillyman (Warriors)
Each week players will be added to the squad as teams are eliminated from the Finals series and a final squad for the Prime Minister’s XIII will be announced on September 29.
The PM’s team will play the PNG Kumuls at Kokopo on Sunday October 12.The Four Nations squad will be announced following this game.    
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