2017 Emerging Origin Squads

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    2017 Emerging VB Blues Squad

    Wed 7th December, 01:30PM

    NSW VB Blues coach Laurie Daley and his Origin adviser Peter Sterling have unveiled the Emerging Blues squad for 2017.

    A 13-man squad, a smaller group than in previous years, will assemble in January ahead of the 2017 season.

    Daley said the squad was an impressive one, possessing players who will each likely challenge for VB Blues spots in the upcoming Origin series.

    “The Emerging VB Blues squad is an exciting group full of talented players,” Daley said.

    “Each of the players has a realistic chance of making the Origin team for 2017 and we look forward to working with them and learning more about them during our camp in January.”

    The 2017 Emerging NSW VB Blues Squad is:

    Shannon Boyd (Canberra Raiders)
    Reagan Campbell-Gillard (Penrith Panthers)
    Bryce Cartwright (Penrith Panthers)
    Nathan Cleary (Penrith Panthers)
    Ryan James (Gold Coast Titans)
    Joey Leilua (Canberra Raiders)
    Jordan McLean (Melbourne Storm)
    Latrell Mitchell (Sydney Roosters)
    Junior Paulo (Canberra Raiders)
    Nathan Peats (Gold Coast Titans)
    James Roberts (Brisbane Broncos)
    Jake Trbojevic (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)
    Tom Trbojevic (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)

    Origin tickets, as well as The Star-backed Blatchys Blues memberships, are now on sale.

    Visit www.NSWRL.com.au for more information.


    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/12/07/_2017_emerging_vb_bl.html
     
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    QAS Emerging Origin Squad


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    Fri 9th December, 08:47AM


    The Queensland Rugby League has today announced its 2017 QAS Emerging Origin squad.

    The 20-man squad, which will assemble in late January, includes four newcomers to the senior Emerging camp – Coen Hess, Felise Kaufusi, Ashley Taylor and Christian Welch.

    “The pathway programs we have available through the QAS are second to none and this is another fantastic opportunity to look at the next generation of players coming through,” Maroons head coach Kevin Walters said today.

    “This year we saw Corey Oates and Justin O’Neill grab their opportunity at Origin level and I’m sure there will be other players from this program who will make a strong case for selection in 2017.”

    QAS Emerging Origin Squad:

    Jayson Bukuya (Cronulla Sharks)
    Dale Copley (Sydney Roosters)
    Kyle Feldt (NQ Cowboys)
    Tim Glasby (Melbourne Storm)
    Jake Granville (NQ Cowboys)
    Coen Hess (NQ Cowboys)
    Valentine Holmes (Cronulla Sharks)
    Ben Hunt (Brisbane Broncos)
    Felise Kaufusi (Melbourne Storm)
    Edrick Lee (Canberra Raiders)
    Ethan Lowe (NQ Cowboys)
    Nene Macdonald (St George Illawarra Dragons)
    Anthony Milford (Brisbane Broncos)
    Cameron Munster (Melbourne Storm)
    Moses Mybe (Canterbury Bulldogs)
    Dylan Napa (Sydney Roosters)
    Lloyd Perrett (Canterbury Bulldogs)
    Ashley Taylor (Gold Coast Titans)
    Christian Welch (Melbourne Storm)
    Jarrod Wallace (Gold Coast Titans)


    http://www.qrl.com.au/news/2016/12/09/qas_emerging_origin_.html
     
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    Queensland Under 20 Emerging squad


    By QRL Media
    Mon 19th December, 08:41AM


    The Queensland Rugby League has announced the Queensland State of Origin Emerging Under 20 Squad for 2017.

    Former Queensland Maroon Justin Hodges has come onto the staff and will join Kurt Wrigley in guiding the players during the camp next month.

    The players will train at Griffith University and QSAC from January 19 to January 22.

    A number of the selected players have already had a taste of the representative arena, having represented Queensland in the Under 20 interstate match against New South Wales in July, including this year's skipper Jaydn Su’A.

    The Broncos forward and emerging Melbourne Storm half Brodie Croft have also made the step up to the NRL, making their debuts this season.

    Queensland State of Origin Emerging Under 20 Squad

    Corey Allan (Brisbane Broncos)
    AJ Brimson (Gold Coast Titans)
    Patrick Carrigan (Brisbane Broncos)
    Reuben Cotter (NQ Cowboys)
    Brodie Croft (Melbourne Storm)
    Mitch Dunn (NQ Cowboys)
    Harry Grant (Melbourne Storm)
    Keegan Hipgrave (Brisbane Broncos)
    Lachlan Lanskey (Brisbane Broncos)
    Bernard Lewis (Sydney Roosters)
    Jesse Marschke (Sydney Roosters)
    Thomas Mikaele (Wests Tigers)
    Haydyn O’Hara (Brisbane Broncos)
    Keenan Palasia (Brisbane Broncos)
    Cory Parker (Melbourne Storm)
    Emry Pere (NQ Cowboys)
    Hiale Roycroft (NQ Cowboys)
    Bacho Salam (NQ Cowboys)
    Phillip Sami (Gold Coast Titans)
    William Samuel (Canberra Raiders)
    Jesse Savage (Cronulla Sharks)
    Gehamat Shibasaki (Brisbane Broncos)
    Jaydyn Su’A (Brisbane Broncos)
    Cameron Torpy (Brisbane Broncos)
    Enari Tuala (NQ Cowboys)
    Brent Woolf (Brisbane Broncos)


    http://www.qrl.com.au/news/2016/12/19/queensland_under_20_.html
     
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    QAS Under 18 squad


    By QRL Media
    Wed 18th January, 12:55PM

    Queensland’s emerging talent will be in Brisbane this week for a Queensland Academy of Sport development camp.

    The Under 18 QAS camp will be held at the Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre from tomorrow (Thursday, January 19 to Sunday, January 22) with players to assemble under the guidance of experienced coaches Josh Hannay, Mick Roberts and QAS high performance coaching director Kurt Richards.

    Former Queensland Origin representative David Shillington will also attend the camp to speak with the young players about his experiences in the NRL.

    The players will take their game to another level through skills sessions and opposed training drills and they will learn about what it takes to represent Queensland.

    The Under 18 high performance camp will be running concurrently with the Under 20 QAS Camp.

    QAS Under 18 2017 squad

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    Thomas Flegler (Brisbane Broncos) (Tully Tigers RLFC)
    Luke Mastroianni (Gold Coast Titans) (Runaway Bay Seagulls JRLFC)
    Eddie Blacker (Brisbane Broncos) (Aspley Devils RLFC)
    Moeaki Fotuaika (Gold Coast Titans) (Logan Brothers RLFC)
    Samuel Murphy (NQ Cowboys) (Brothers Rockhampton JRLFC)
    David Fifita (Brisbane Broncos) (Souths RLFC)
    Tino Fa’asuamaleui (Brisbane Broncos) (Gympie JRLFC)
    Brandon Russell (Brisbane Broncos) (Northern Suburbs Ipswich Tigers)
    Nathan Barrett (NQ Cowboys) (Brothers Townsville RLFC)
    Braydon Trindall (Melbourne Storm) (Caboolture RLFC)
    Dray Ngatuere-Wroe (Brisbane Broncos) (Logan Brothers RLFC)
    Cory Paix (Brisbane Broncos) (Southern Suburbs JRLFC)
    Tanah Boyd (Brisbane Broncos) (Runaway Bay Seagulls JRLFC)
    Clayton Mack (Brisbane Broncos) (Pittsworth RLFC)
    Reihana Marsh (Gold Coast Titans) (Logan Brothers RLFC)
    Thane Kellermeyer (Brisbane Broncos) (Logan Brothers RLFC)
    Tom Kenny (NQ Cowboys) (Brothers Townsville RLFC)
    Frank Kuresa (Brisbane Broncos) (Goodna & Districts Eagles RLFC)
    Travis Turnbull (NQ Cowboys) (South West Mustangs RLFC)
    Mckenzie Baker (Sydney Roosters) (Centrals ASA JRLFC)
    Maxwell Dowd (Gold Coast Titans) (Southport Tigers RLFC)
    Tyson Smoothy (Brisbane Broncos) (Wide Bay Bulls)
    Kobe Hetherington (Brisbane Broncos) (Capricorn Capras)
    Tazmon McRobbie (NQ Cowboys) (Tully Tigers RLFC)
    Ronaldo Mulitalo (Cronulla Sharks) (Cronulla Sharks)



    http://www.qrl.com.au/news/2017/01/18/qas_under_18_squad.af_lower-grades_representative-news.html
     
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    2017 Pathways Squad | NSW Under-16s


    Fri 31st March, 10:45AM


    The NSWRL has revealed its 2017 NSW under-16s representative squad.

    The 33-player squad will be cut ahead of the side's clash with Queensland in the curtain raiser to Origin I.

    The announcement comes on the back of news that NSW Rugby League legends have been appointed to lead the sides for 2017.


    2017 NSW Under-16s Squad


    Jacob Church, Canberra Raiders
    Jackson Topine, Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Kurt Picken, Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Mosese Pope, Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Brae Verheyen, Central Coast Centurions
    Ryan Jones, Central Coast Centurions
    Damon Smith, Cronulla Sharks
    Douglas Levi, Cronulla Sharks
    Isaac Masima, Cronulla Sharks
    Kyle Pickering, Cronulla Sharks
    Thomas Demeio, Cronulla Sharks
    Aaron Schoupp, Illawarra Steelers
    Blake Dowel, Illawarra Steelers
    Connor Muhleisen, Illawarra Steelers
    Mathew Feagai, Illawarra Steelers
    Max Feagai, Illawarra Steelers
    Sam Hooper, Illawarra Steelers
    Albert Hopoate, Manly Sea Eagles
    Ben Trbojevic, Manly Sea Eagles
    Joshua Schuster, Manly Sea Eagles
    Bradman Best, Newcastle Knights
    Harry Croker, Newcastle Knights

    Cooper Jenkins, Newcastle Knights
    Jaron Purcell, Newcastle Knights
    Campbell Byrd, Parramatta Eels
    David Hollis, Parramatta Eels
    Jed Edwards, Parramatta Eels
    Sam Hughes, Parramatta Eels
    Tyler Field, Parramatta Eels
    Braiden Magele, Penrith Panthers
    Tevita Taumoepenu, South Sydney Rabbitohs
    Bailey Hayward, Sydney Roosters
    Kobe Rugless, Sydney Roosters

    NSW Under-16s Staff

    Head Coach: Brad Fittler
    Assistant Coach: Danny Buderus
    Development Coach: Scott Jones (Parramatta)


    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/03/31/_2017_pathways_squad.html
     
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    2017 Pathways Squad | NSW Under-18s


    Fri 31st March, 11:00AM


    The NSWRL has revealed its 2017 NSW under-18s representative squad.

    The 31-player squad will be cut ahead of the side's clash with Queensland in the curtain raiser to Origin II.

    The announcement comes on the back of news that NSW Rugby League legends have been appointed to lead the sides for 2017.

    2017 NSW Under-18s Squad


    Alex Seyfarth, Balmain Tigers
    Harry Fitzhugh, Brisbane Broncos
    Payne Haas, Brisbane Broncos
    Sebastian Kris, Canberra Raiders
    Brandon Wakeham, Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Lachlan Talau, Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Zac Saddler, Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs
    Elih Jackson, Central Coast Centurions
    Bronson Xerri, Cronulla Sharks
    Jaeman Salmon, Cronulla Sharks
    James Roumanos, Cronulla Sharks
    Luke Metcalf, Cronulla Sharks
    Brock Gardner, Newcastle Knights
    Mathew Croker, Newcastle Knights
    Phoenix Crossland, Newcastle Knights

    Ethan Parry, Parramatta Eels
    Filia Utoikamanu, Parramatta Eels
    John Fonua, Parramatta Eels
    John-Paul Nohra, Parramatta Eels
    Kyle Schneider, Parramatta Eels
    Stefano Utoikamanu, Parramatta Eels
    Tuimavave Afualo, Parramatta Eels
    Oregon Kaufusi, Parramatta Eels
    Lindsay Smith, Penrith Panthers
    Rocky Togatuki, Penrith Panthers
    Shawn Blore, Penrith Panthers
    Campbell Graham, South Sydney Rabbitohs
    Daniel Suluka Fifita, South Sydney Rabbitohs
    Joshua Cook, South Sydney Rabbitohs
    Zachary Lomax, St George Illawarra Dragons
    Joshua Curran, Sydney Roosters

    NSW Under-18s Staff

    Head Coach: Brad Fittler
    Assistant Coach: Danny Buderus
    Development Coach: Mark O’Meley (Central Coast)


    http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2017/03/31/_2017_pathways_squad_1163026658.html
     
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    Good to see both Croker brothers, Matt and Harry, made their squads. It's either the 3rd or 4th year in a row for Matt. They are both big, athletic forwards with big motors and good footwork at the line. They are basically the full package as forwards. Matt trained with NYC this year, and I expect he'll be playing NYC after the Ball season is over.
    Brock Gardner (lock or second row) and Phoenix Crossland (halfback) both played under 16s for NSW last year, so they are a year young for Under 18s.
     
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    Bit hard to tell at this stage I know but who out of the guys picked in both squads do you think will survive the cut and play in these 2 curtain raisers ??
     
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    Matt Croker should for sure. He has been making squads for a few years, and being a lock or prop, he is in the mix for 3 starting spots and 3 bench spots.
    Bradman Best is a good fullback, but I see Albert Hopoate is there, and he is better (or was in the one game I've seen).
    It's a shame Tex Hoy didn't make it. I think he is our best under 18s player. There must be some really good fullbacks to keep him out.
     
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    I remember you talking about Tex before, Didn't he play 5/8 in Harold Matts too ??
     
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    He played a funny role in Matts. He was fullback in defence, but was in the line so much in attack that he was the main playmaker, taking most of the kicks and setting up a heap of tries. In Ball this year we have Jock Madden at 5/8, who is a very good organiser and takes the lead in playmaking, so Tex plays a more traditional fullback role (but I've only seen one game, so maybe that was just that game).
     
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    Knights site is saying Cooper Jenkins is in the 16s too.
    I see the list says Cooper Jenkins from Penrith.
    I wonder who is wrong?
     
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    NSWRL was wrong - they have changed it to Cooper Jenkins Newcastle now.
     
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    Edited the post above too
     
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    So Tex has the skills to be a ball playing fullback ??

    Or do you see him as a full time 5/8 ??
     
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    He can be anything he wants to be - except forward.
    Great athlete - very fast - very mobile - but also a cool, calm playmaker with great vision.
    I'd play him at halfback, but he seems to be settling into fullback.
     
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    Jock not get a call up either? Hmmmm.
     
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    Jock played under 16s last year, so he is a year young for this.
    His size might count against him too. He looked small in under 16s, but I actually think he's grown a bit since last year, but not enough to impress. Maybe next year.
     
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    It's interesting that Danny Buderus is assistant coach of the under 16s, because Max Buderus was outstanding today as the Knights under 16s murdered 8th placed Roosters 76 to 18.
    Danny probably can't call for his selection, but someone should.
     

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