Turner names side for next
challenge

BARLA Great Britain Lions coach Mick Turner has named the squad to face the Many Rivers Regional U21 Representative side at Kempsey on Wednesday.

After the Test defeat against the Australian Aboriginals the side will want to get back to winning ways in the final week of the with two matches remaining to finish the tour on a high not and after the latest set back confidence is spreading back to the Test squad.

BARLA Great Britain Lions:

1. Matt Rogers (Eastmoor Dragons) 2. Chris Lee (West Hull) 3. Carl Rudd (Wath Brow Hornets) 4. Gavin Corfield (Wigan St Judes) 5. Paul Toole (Blackbrook) 6. John McMullen (Wigan St Judes) 7. Terry Lynn (West Hull) 8. Mark Deans (Wath Brow Hornets) 9. Ashley Lindsay (Shaw Cross Sharks) 10. Gavin Last (West Hull) 11. Lee Wingfield (Leigh East) 12. Dave Patterson (Leigh East) 13. Tommy Goulden (C) (Leigh Miners Rangers) Subs: 14. Danny Kilshaw (Leigh East) 15. Scott Teare (Wath Brow Hornets) 16. Dave Goddard (The Army) 17. Anthony Broadhead (Thornhill Trojans) 18. Paul Egan (Wigan St Patricks) 19. Paul Davidson (Wath Brow Hornets)

Australia Tour 2004 Fixtures:

Game 1 - Tuesday 22nd June 10 v 22 Manly-Warringah A Grade Rep Side Manly, Sydney Kick Off: 2.30pm

Game 2 - Saturday 26th June 30 v 36 South West Metro Waratahs Hillier Oval, Liverpool, Sydney Kick Off: 2.30pm

Game 3 - Saturday 3rd July 52 v 12 Redfern All Blacks Erskinville Oval, Erskinville, Sydney Kick Off: 2.30pm

Game 4 - Saturday 10th July 24 v 50 Australian Aboriginals - TEST MATCH Kitchener Oval, Gunnedah Country, NSW Kick Off: 3.30pm

Game 5 - Wednesday 14th July v Many Rivers Regional U21 Rep Side Kempsey, NSW Kick Off: 3.00pm

Game 6 - Saturday 17th July v Combined Police/Corrective Services Venue TBA, Sydney Kick Off: 4.00pm

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