England squad: Sean Wayne backs George Williams to shine for England against all-star UN | rugby league news


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England face the United Nations All Stars squad at Warrington Stadium in Halliwell Jones on Friday 25 June. Watch the England-Wales women’s international match and match beforehand on Sky Sports By Mark Bazley Last Update: 06/18/21 2:15 p.m. Shaun Wayne has named England’s 24-man provisional squad for the match with the Common Nations, and Sean Wayne is confident that George Williams will be ready to go when England take to the pitch against the United Nations All Stars squad next Friday. Williams, who is due to return to the UK on Saturday, has not played since the Canberra Raiders’ match against Melbourne Storm last month after being released from NRL and will undergo a fitness check before a final decision is made on his participation. He’s been keeping fit through his training sessions, and although he’s been in regular contact with a player he knows well since his Wigan Warriors days, England head coach Wane has no qualms at the moment about his placement at Halliwell Jones Stadium. . “He’s been training, he’s a smart kid and it’s only been four weeks since his last game,” Wayne said. “He has taken care of himself and knows how I want to play, and he’ll be really, really fit.” We have Luke Gill there, we have Gareth Weddop for the World Cup, so I had absolutely no pressure about George coming. “I’ve spoken to him every couple of days and he’s in a good place. I know he’s had some trouble when he leaves Canberra, but he’s a strong-minded Wigan kid who can get things going really fast.” He’s back in our great country now and can’t wait to join the players. “He’s been training, he’s a smart kid and it’s only been four weeks since his last game. He’s taken care of himself and he knows how I want to play, and he’ll fit in really well. Sean Wayne has joined George Williams on Wane’s 24-man temporary squad for the match. Against the All-Stars by Luke Gale and Jonny Lomax as mid-back options, though there is no room for Gareth Widdop after he was recently called up to the elite extended squad.The Warrington Wolves man, who has been in great shape in the Super League lately, is still in Wane’s thoughts. Although he did not cut the match at his home stadium, which is broadcast on Sky Sports, Wayne said, “It was very close. He’s a great player, his form was great and he’s in the World Cup squad. He’s very close and I appreciate him highly.” Reigning Man of Steel Paul McShane is among the players on the squad who could make their bows for England’s first team on 25 June, with Ash Handley, Mikolaj Oledzki, Toby King, Tom Davies, Jake Wardle and Wales player Former international Morgan Knowles, all on the cusp of becoming the first Poland-born player to play in international rugby league, former player Wayne was impressed by what he saw from Leeds Rhinos.Forward Williams’ team in England to face the All Stars, George Williams in the lineup England’s temporary 24-man squad to face the United Nations after his release from Canberra “He’s a great kid, he’s trained with us, he wants to learn, he wants to get better, he’s competitive and he’s a good boy,” Wayne said. “He’s good to be with you and he’s a friendly kid, so those qualities are perfect for me.” He’s strong, he runs really hard, he has good leg pace and he can play England way, so I’m excited to see how he does. Luann’s rival, Tim Shains, is expected to reveal his team to the United Nations on Sunday, although it has already been confirmed that the Australian-born international Jackson Hastings will be the co-captain. He is strong, he runs strong, and he has good speed in the field. The leg and he can play the English way, so I’m excited to see how he does.Shaun Wayne on Mikullage Oldszky Both Wayne and Shins are aware of the fact that there is a full round of Premier League matches going on next week as well, including three to be played on the same night as the England match against All Stars.’s domestic season means players like St Helens hooker James Roby have not been included in what Wane expects to be a severe clash, with the England manager also currently without his NFL players, but while he and Shens try to ensure no more are selected With six players from each of both teams, the 56-year-old still expects the match to be a good test for him and his players as they build their preparation for this year’s World Cup.” We are the coaches and we try to do our best in every club without a doubt.” Live International Women’s Rugby League June 25, 2021, 5:30 pm Live on “We have some injuries, but the team we put on Friday will be very strong. It will be a lot stronger when we beat the NRL players, but that won’t be it.” It will be a test match. Next week and for me to train against Tim Shines next week personally, it’s a huge moment for me in my coaching career.”


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