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Solomon Islands name extended Train-On squad for ENWC

The Solomon Islands Rugby League (SIRL) has named a 60-man extended train-on squad for the upcoming Emerging Nations World Championship in Sydney later this year.

The squad has been predominately selected from the Solomon Islands domestic competition, with only two players joining the squad from Australia.

Training for the squad kicks off on Tuesday at Panatina grounds in Honiara, with the Final squad to be selected in the coming months.

The Solomon Islands will face Hong Kong and Turkey in the group stages at the Emerging Nations World Championship, as the Pacific Island chases it’s first ever win in International Rugby League.

Solomon Islands Train-On Squad:
Mostyn Maenu’u, Billy Toate’e, Philbert Manau, Fredrick Osifelo, Jnr David Diu, Dennis Sukona, Sosimo Kopeinao, John Fiumae, Darwyn Tongaka, Clive Saueha, Gareth Kengalu, Wilson Ifunaoa, Rodney Sinugeva, Eugene Tekobi, Fred Tasini, Willie Utu Junior, Frazer Manau, Steve Momoa, Francis Ramo, Lesley Busuakalo, Sivina Rukia, Denise Sukona, Albert Maesulia, John Lima, Lavenster Puia, Roman Tongaka, Eddie Sanga , Jnr Aisa, Leslie Puia Ngiumoana, Tony Kaipua, Jimmy Maebata , Joe Kada , Damien Rex Horoi, Carlwyn Tengemoana, Henry Angikimua, Timo Sanga, Bruce Baiabe, Daniel Sa’omatangi, Harris Giusanga Taimama’o, Vonzue Kingingangengange, Walex Saueha, Moses Singamoana, Mathew Samuel, Ezikel Manau, Sa’atai Taupongi Albert Maesulia Ala, Steve Uiga, Silas Mono, Brandon Walasi, Hudson Ramo, Manaseh Iro, Patterson Walasi, Bexter Wanebatha, Gregory Ofia, Clement Piaso, Bako Junior, Rodney Ata, Michael Ata, Edom Walasi, Jeff Baura

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