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The Broncos, Roosters, Storm and Cowboys will take to the field in this weekend's preliminary finals.

All official team lists for Week 3 of the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership Finals Series and the under-20s Holden Cup finals.

Broncos v Roosters - Fri 25 September, 7.55pm, Suncorp Stadium | BUY TICKETS


1 Darius Boyd
2 Corey Oates
3 Jack Reed
4 Justin Hodges (c)
5 Jordan Kahu
6 Anthony Milford
7 Ben Hunt
8 Sam Thaiday
9 Andrew McCullough
10 Adam Blair
11 Alex Glenn
12 Matt Gillett
13 Corey Parker

14 Jarrod Wallace
15 Mitchell Dodds
16 Joe Ofahengaue
17 Kodi Nikorima

Coach: Wayne Bennett


1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
2 Daniel Tupou
3 Michael Jennings
4 Blake Ferguson
5 Shaun Kenny-Dowall
6 James Maloney
7 Mitchell Pearce (c)
8 Sam Moa
9 Jake Friend (c)
10 Dylan Napa
11 Mitchell Aubusson
12 Aidan Guerra
13 Boyd Cordner

14 Jackson Hastings
15 Isaac Liu
16 Kane Evans
17 Sio Siua Taukeiaho

Coach: Trent Robinson
Final team: No late changes for the home side, who are as per program. Latest odds at
Final team: The Roosters are also 1-17, meaning halfback Mitchell Pearce will make his return from injury. Latest odds at

Storm v Cowboys - Sat 26 September, 7.40pm, AAMI Park | BUY TICKETS


1 Cameron Munster
2 Marika Koroibete
3 Will Chambers
4 Kurt Mann
5 Matt Duffie
6 Blake Green
7 Cooper Cronk
8 Jesse Bromwich
9 Cameron Smith (c)
17 Jordan McLean
11 Kevin Proctor
12 Tohu Harris
13 Ryan Hinchcliffe

14 Kenny Bromwich
15 Dale Finucane
16 Nelson Asofa-Solomona
10 Tim Glasby

Coach: Craig Bellamy


1 Lachlan Coote
2 Kyle Feldt
3 Justin O'Neill
4 Kane Linnett
5 Antonio Winterstein
6 Michael Morgan
7 Johnathan Thurston (c)
8 Matthew Scott (c)
9 Jake Granville
10 James Tamou
11 Gavin Cooper
12 Ethan Lowe
13 Jason Taumalolo

14 Rory Kostjasyn
15 John Asiata
16 Scott Bolton
17 Ben Hannant

Coach: Paul Green
Final Team: One change with Jordan McLean starting for Tim Glasby who moves to the bench.  Latest odds at
Final Team: Unchanged following their 39-0 shutout of Cronulla last Saturday night.  Latest odds at

Holden Cup: Panthers v Warriors - Fri 25 September, 5.15pm, Suncorp Stadium | BUY TICKETS

Panthers U20s

1 Brent Naden
2 Fuimanu Enese
22 Robert Jennings
4 Maliko Filino
5 Dylan Edwards
6 Tyrone May
7 Jarome Luai
8 Oliver Clark
9 Soni Luke
10 Moses Leota
11 James Fisher
12 Reed Izzard
3 Corey Harawira

13 Paea Pua
15 Thomson Tuigimala
16 Kaide Ellis
17 Jake Ennis

Coach: Cameron Ciraldo

Warriors U20s

1 Bradley Abbey
2 Tomas Aoake
3 Marata Niukore
4 Semisi Tyrell
5 Paul Ulberg
6 Ata Hingano
7 Kauri Aupouri
8 Bunty Afoa
9 Erin Clark
10 Paul Tuli
11 Ofahiki Ogden
12 Matiu Love-Henry
13 Jazz Tevaga

14 Tyler Mohi
15 Mattais Heimuli
16 Amoni Tufui
17 Tualima Tualima

Coach: Kelvin Wright
Final team: Robert Jennings returns for the Panthers under-20s, with Corey Harawira shifting to lock, Paea Pua to the bench and Shane Kiel out of the 17. Latest odds at
Final team: No late changes, with 18th man Christopher Sio dropping off the bench named on Tuesday. Latest odds at

Holden Cup: Cowboys v Sea Eagles - Sat 26 September, 5.00pm, AAMI Park | BUY TICKETS

Cowboys U20s

1 Kalyn Ponga
2 Gideon Mosby
3 Akeripa Tia Kilifi
4 Conor Carey
5 Scott Schulte
6 Kyle Laybutt
7 Cooper Bambling
8 Ross Bella
14 Andrew Niemoeller
10 Braden Uele
11 Coen Hess
12 Temone Power
13 Jordan Kenworthy

9 Brandon Smith
15 Mitchell Dunn
16 Kieran Quabba
17 David Munro
18 William Cullen

Coach: Todd Payten

Sea Eagles U20s

1 Tom Trbojevic
2 Jesse Bogle
3 Addison Demetriou
4 Jesse Ramien
5 Mitch Thomas
6 William Pearsall
7 Riley Travers
8 Liam Knight
9 Hugh Pratt
10 Jesse Maxwell
11 Luke Garner
12 William Bainbridge
13 Darcy Cox

14 Nicholas Hynes
15 James Parker
16 Dallas Koen
17 Moses Noovao-McGreal

Coach: David Heath
Final Team: A positional change for the Cowboys, Andrew Niemoeller starts at hooker for Brandon Smith.Latest odds at
Final Team: Manly are 1-17. Jesse Bogle returns on the wing in place of Kyle Saunders while James Parker occupies Jyi Seymour's bench spot after last weekend's six-point win over the Wests Tigers. Latest odds at


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