Jeff Dickinson-Fox reviews the campaign which saw Melbourne Storm crowned premiers in 2017.
5 days ago
France has named a squad of players entirely from their domestic competition to try and win the inaugural European Nations Cup, which will be contested at Wilderspool Stadium, Warrington on Sunday November 16. The side, which whilst still strong, is far from the Chanticleers strongest will need a big performance in order to knock off the very talented and high flying England A side.
The team is as follows:
Fr?d?ric Banquet (Carcassonne) Michael Van Snick (Villeneuve) Fabrice Estebanez (Limoux) Teddy Saddaqui(Carcassonne) Fourcade Abasse (St Gaudens) Laurent Frayssinous (UTC) Julien Rinaldi (UTC) Mark Faumuina (Villefranche) David Berthezene (UTC) Olivier Pramil (Toulouse) Pascal Jampy (UTC) John Waigafa (Limoux) Laurent Carrasco (Villeneuve)
Julien Gerin (Toulouse) Rachid Hechiche (Lyon Villeurbane) Pierre Sabatie (Villeneuve) S?bastien Azema (Carcassonne)