The confirmed team lists for this week's NRL trial matches.
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Trial game team lists
Eels v Dragons, Thursday 6pm AEDT at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium
(players with 12 games from 2020 or less)
Dragons: 1. Cody Ramsey, 2. Mat Feagai, 3. Jack Bird, 4. Brayden Wiliame, 5. Max Feagai, 6. Junior Amone, 7. Jayden Sullivan, 8. Kaide Ellis, 9. Andrew McCullough, 10. Daniel Alvaro, 11. Jackson Ford, 12. Tariq Sims, 18. Jaiyden Hunt. Interchange: 1. Tyrell Sloan, 4. Charly Runciman, 7. Zeik Foster, 9. Tyran Wishart, 14. Hayden Lomax, 15. Eddie Blacker, 16. Luke Chalker, 17. Josh Coric, 19. Billy Brittain, 20. Sitiveni Moceidreke, 21. Shaun Sauni-Esau
New recruits Andrew McCullough, Jack Bird and Daniel Alvaro will get their first chance to impress while NRL regulars Tariq Sims, Cody Ramsey and Brayden Wiliame are also included in the squad.
Eels: 1. Sean Russell, 2. Michael Oldfield, 3. Will Penisini, 4. Tom Opacic, 5. Haze Dunster, 6. Will Smith, 7. Jakob Arthur, 8. Dave Hollis, 9. Joey Lussick, 10. Oregon Kaufusi, 11. Keegan Hipgrave, 12. Isaiah Papalií, 13. Makahesi Makatoa. Interchange: 14. Josh Tuipulotu, 15. Matt Komolafe, 16. Jordan Rankin, 17. Caleb Tohi, 18. Charbel Tasipale, 19. Solomone Naiduki, 20. Toa Mata'afa, 21. Eli El Zahkem, NN. Tim Lafai, NN. Charlton Schaafhausen, NN. Noel Aukafolau
New signings Michael Oldfield, Tom Opacic, Keegan Hipgrave and Isaiah Papalii will start, while Tim Lafai has been included on the bench.
Broncos v Wynnum Manly Seagulls, 7pm AEST Friday at Kitchener Park
Broncos: 1. Reece Walsh, 2. Richie Kennar, 3. Jesse Arthars, 4. Tesi Niu, 5. Dale Copley, 6. Tyson Gamble, 7. Albert Kelly, 8. Tevita Pangai Jnr, 9. Kobe Hetherington, 10. Matt Lodge, 11. Keenan Palasia, 12. Leivaha Pulu, 13. Ethan Bullemor. Interchange: 14 Calum Gahan, 15. Logan Bayliss-Brow, 16. Isaiah Taas, 17. Josh James, 18. Brendan Frei, 19. Xavier Willison, 20. Selwyn Cobbo
First-choice forwards Tevita Pangai jnr and Matt Lodge will start, along with NRL backline contenders Tesi Niu, Dale Copley, Jesse Arthars and Richie Kennar. Former Sharks and Titans playmaker Albert Kelly will play halfback.
Wynnum Manly: 1. Selwyn Cobbo, 2. Ed Burns, 3. Junior Pauga, 4. Delouise Hoeter, 5. Mathew Lyons, 6. Kauri Aupouri-Puketapu, 7. Sam Scarlett, 8. Jayden Berrell, 9. Max Elliott, 10. Matiu Love-Henry, 11. TC Robati, 12. Luke Bateman, 13. Tristan Hope. Interchange 14. Lachlan Lee, 15. Lucky Taavale, 16. Lazarus Vaalepu, 17. Jack Campagnolo, 18. Harrison Graham, 19. Kelepi Faukafa, 20.
Ryan O’Keefe, 21. Jacob Sturt, 22. Ben Farr, 23. Sebastian Winters-Chang, 24. Emmanuel Tuimavave-Gerrard, 25. Tom Farr
Titans v Burleigh Bears, 7pm AEST Friday at Pizzey Park
Titans: 1. Jayden Campbell, 2. Alofiana Khan-Pereira, 3. Greg Marzhew, 4. Treymain Spry, 5. Jonus Pearson, 6. Toby Sexton, 7. Tanah Boyd, 8. Jai Whitbread, 9. Erin Clark, 10. Darius Farmer, 11. Beau Fermor, 12. Sam Stone, 13. Tristan Powell. Interchange: 14. Braden McGrady, 15. Andre Niko, 16. Corey Denniss, 17. Will Brimson, 18. Joseph Collins, 19. Brent Woolf, 21. Lloyd Perrett
Few of the Gold Coast's star players have been named, although the likes of Tanah Boyd, Erin Clark, Beau Fermor and Sam Stone will all be pushing for a place in the Titans' top 17.
Knights v Cessnock Goannas, Saturday 6pm AEDT at Cessnock Sports Ground
Knights: 1. Mackenzie Baker, 2. Jacob Kiraz, 3. Brayden Musgrove, 4. Dylan Lucas, 5. Dom Young, 6. Hayden Loughrey, 7. Kobe Davis, 8. Pasami Saulo, 9. Mitch Black, 10. Garrett Smith, 11. Jaron Purcell, 12. Brodie Jones, 13. Jack Johns. Interchange: 14. Luke Huth, 15. Christian Ma'anaima, 16. Mat Croker, 17. John Tolofea. Extended Squad: 18. Zac Hosking, 19. Dan Ticehurst, 20. Blake Campbell, 21. Harvey Neville, 22. Matt Soper-Lawler, 23. Ben Talty, 24. Liam Wilkinson, 25. Harry Croker, 26. Harry van Dartel, 27. Sione Tuitupou-Kutu, 28. Henry Penn, 29. Jesse Cronin, 30. Tyler Coburn, 31. Blake Lenehan
Talented English teen Dom Young gets his chance on the wing, while Pasami Saulo, Brodie Jones and Jack Johns all have NRL experience and will be pushing for a spot in the first-grade side.
Wests Tigers v Roosters, 6.30pm AEDT Saturday at Kirkham Oval, Camden
(players with 12 games from 2020 or less)
Wests Tigers: 1. Tyronne Roberts-Davis, 2. Zac Cini, 3. Reece Hoffman, 4. Tommy Talau, 5. Allan Fitzgibbon, 6. Daine Laurie, 7. Jock Madden, 8. Alex Seyfarth, 9. Jake Simpkin, 10. Stefano Utoikamanu, 11. Michael Chee Kam, 12. Kelma Tuilagi, 13. Tuki Simpkins. Interchange: 14. Jacob Liddle, 15. Kiah Cooper, 16. Tyler Field, 17. Ky Rodwell, 18. Zach Dockar-Clay, 19. Edenn Rogers-Smith, 20. Iverson Fuatiamu, 21. Joe Taipari, 22. William Kei, 24. Logen Dillon, 25. Israel Ogden, 26. Curtis Wilson, 27. Liam Scolari, 28. Austin Dias, 29. Regan Hughes, 30. Semisi Kioa, 31. Etuale Lui, 32. Mavoni Tuifua, 33. Daniel Sykes, 34. Billy Stapleton
Wests Tigers fans will get their first look at recent recruit Daine Laurie against the Roosters after his arrival from Penrith two weeks ago after his naming by coach Michael Maguire. With only players who appeared in fewer than 12 NRL games last year eligible for the first round of trials, highly rated former Eels junior Stefano Utoikamanu and hookers Jacob Liddle and Jake Simpkin have also been named by the joint-venture.
Roosters: 4 Brad Abbey, 2 Tom Carr, 3 Josh Bergamin, 5 Tony Satini, 15 Sione Hopoate, 1 Josh Ralph, 7 Ronald Volkman, 8 Tuku Hau-Tapuha, 9 Tom Deakin, 10 Fletcher Baker, 11 Zac Montgomery, 12 Naufahu Whyte, 13 Max Bailey (c), Interchange: 16 Michael Fenn, 17 Ben Marschke, 18 Aso Fretton, 19 Ben Thomas, 20 Jesse Marschke, 21 Elih Jackson, 23 Kobe Rugless, 24 Jack Morris, 25 Lorenzo Mulitalo, 26 Tevita Alifa
The long-awaited red, white and blue debuts of Joseph Suaalii and Sam Walker have been pushed back another week.
The Roosters 23-man squad features largely North Sydney players, including former Raiders and Bulldogs fullback Brad Abbey (NRL train and trial deal) and top 30 squad member Fletcher Baker.
Rabbitohs v Group 20 Invitational side, 7pm AEDT Saturday at Solar Mad Stadium, Griffith
Rabbitohs: 1. Blake Taaffe, 2. Zane Bijorac, 3. Steven Marsters, 4. Tautau Moga, 5. Jacob Gagai, 6. Troy Dargan, 7. Dean Hawkins, 8. Patrick Mago, 9. Joe Lovodua, 10. Hame Sele, 11. Jacob Host, 12. Matt French, 13. Trent Peoples. Interchange: 14. CJ Mundine, 15. Nic Mougios, 16. Lachlan Ilias, 17. Davvy Moale, 18. Maila Chanfoon, 19. Jack Cameron, 20. Peter Mamouzelos
Former Dragon Jacob Host gets his first chance to shine in Souths colours while forwards Patrick Mago and Hame Sele and centres Steven Marsters and Tautau Moga all played NRL last season.
Panthers v Mounties, 7pm AEDT Saturday at St Marys Leagues Stadium
Panthers: 1. Sunia Turuva, 2. Charlie Staines, 3. Paul Momirovski, 4. Matt Burton, 5. Thomas Jenkins, 6. Jaeman Salmon, 7. Brendan Hands, 8. Spencer Leniu, 9. Mitch Kenny, 10. Lindsay Smith, 11. Izack Tago, 12. Billy Burns, 13. J'maine Hopgood. Interchange: 14. Taylan May, 15. Luke Bain, 16. Jayden Tanner, 17. Brad Fearnley, 18. John Faiumu, 19. Arthur Crichton, 20. Billy Tsikrikas, 21. Luke Nadurutalo, 22. Adam Fearnley, 23. Kurt Falls
Rising stars Charlie Staines and Matt Burton are named along with former Tigers and Storm centre Paul Momirovski. Other contenders for the top side include young back-rower Billy Burns, prop Spencer Leniu and hooker Mitch Kenny.