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WALES AND GERMANY NAME SQUADS FOR RUGBY LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL
Wales Dragonhearts – made up of players from their domestic competition - and Germany have named their squads for the international this Saturday at Glamorgan Wanderers, Cardiff (kick-off 3pm).



The sides met in Germany last year, with the Welsh getting home 40-32 in a superb contest.



“It has been a very difficult selection process with everyone putting their hand up,” said Dragonhearts head coach Andrew Thorne. “We had a final session last weekend at Parc Y Scarlets and the effort from all the boys was outstanding.”

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Posted by JTCFJG on Sat Oct 14, 2017 10:44 am
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I am surprised that Germany didn't recruit more NRL players. Surely star NQ winger Kyle Feldt would have been eligible. He would have formed a potent wing centre combination with James Keinhorst. And Joel Reithmuller has again been allowed to play for Italy, when it is Germany which most desperately needs him. :(
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Posted by Levrier on Wed Oct 18, 2017 8:55 pm
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Good to see Welshman playing for Wales. All the horse trading over who is eligible to play for whom always reminds me of primary school when Mr Burke would have competitions with each team going by the name of a country.

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