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Three Panthers and eight Roosters have been added to the train-on squad for the upcoming Four Nations Tournament and Prime Minister’s XIII match against Papua New Guinea.

Uncapped Panthers trio Matt Moylan, Josh Mansour and Adam Docker have been rewarded for their good form throughout 2014, while the Roosters contingent features a mix of Test experience and youth.

Halves James Maloney and Mitchell Pearce have both been included, along with 2013 World Cup squad members Boyd Cordner and Michael Jennings, as well as 2014 Maroons debutant Aidan Guerra.

Hooker Jake Friend has been included along with a bolter in young firebrand prop Dylan Napa.

Three more players have withdrawn from the squad through injury in North Queensland's James Tamou, Cronulla's Luke Lewis and Manly's Brett Stewart.

The PM’s XIII Team will be announced later today.
The updated PMXIII/Kangaroos Train-On Squad:
Name (Club)
Ben Hunt (Broncos)
Corey Parker (Broncos)
Josh McGuire (Broncos)
Sam Thaiday (Broncos)
Gavin Cooper (Cowboys)
Johnathan Thurston (Cowboys)
Matt Scott (Cowboys)
Michael Morgan (Cowboys)
Jarryd Hayne (Eels)
Beau Scott (Knights)
Kurt Gidley (Knights)
Willie Mason (Knights)
Matt Moylan (Panthers)
Josh Mansour (Panthers)
Adam Docker (Panthers)
Anthony Milford (Raiders)
Jack Wighton (Raiders)
Jarrod Croker (Raiders)
Josh Papalii (Raiders)
Daniel Tupou (Roosters)
Michael Jennings (Roosters)
James Maloney (Roosters)
Mitchell Pearce (Roosters)
Boyd Cordner (Roosters)
Aidan Guerra (Roosters)
Jake Friend (Roosters)
Dylan Napa (Roosters)
Anthony Watmough (Sea Eagles)
Brenton Lawrence (Sea Eagles)
Daly Cherry Evans(Sea Eagles) 
Cameron Smith (Storm) 
Cooper Cronk (Storm)
Ryan Hoffman (Storm)
William Chambers (Storm)
Aaron Woods (Tigers)
Robbie Farah (Tigers)
Greg Bird (Titans)
Jacob Lillyman (Warriors)
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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