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HKRL Battle of Origin squads announced

The HKRL Battle of Origin returns this Saturday 24th June and will see the best of the ICG Super League come up against each other in a one-off game at King’s Park. Kick off is at 7.30pm.

Reflecting Hong Kong’s global population, this year’s edition will see one side representing the Northern Hemisphere take on another side representing the Southern Hemisphere.

“We’ve had two very good rounds of the ICG Super League so far, but this game will be a different beast altogether. Hong Kong is a city where people from all over the world come to live and work. Our player pool reflects this. As well as having a strong group of local, homegrown talent, we have players from all four corners of the world so our Origin game reflects this fact” said HKRL Chairman, Neville Metcalfe.

“We can’t wait for this fixture which will see the best from all four Super League teams drop their club colours for one game, represent where they are from and battle to be Origin winners for another year.”

Northern Hemisphere squad

Ringo Lung, Chris Harris, Andy Pong, David Banks, Tom Hull, Gregg Scott, John Caguinguin, Maxime Gerardin, Nathan Dewar, Lewis Jones, Lukas Lai, Jason Yuan, Ben Wong, Numa Pigelet, Etienne le Floch, Felix Ng, Owen Pescod, Woody An, Rion Yeh, Brad Way, John Howarth, Ian Molyneux, Frank Cartwright, Nigel Wood, Brian Ho, Rhys Johnson

Southern Hemisphere squad

Hogan Toomalatai, Osmond Atonio, Ryan Moralee, Tommy Wong, Frankie Solomona, Tui Tanielu, Jonathan Floodman, Sanjaya Jaysuriya, Johnathan Kastelan (C), Lawrence Tuck, Matt Jones, Dylan Navra, Faizel Solomona, Fai Mika, Liam Walters, Luther Putu, Alvin Chan, Zach Suisala, Josh Tuisoso, Micah Soro, Harry Leato, Daniel Mascord, Steven Ron Yates, Nathan Black, Spencer Browne




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