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SQUAD ANNOUNCEMENT | NSW Under-18

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The NSWRL has announced its 2017 Under-18 squad, with a final team set to take on Queensland Under-18 in the Origin II curtain-raiser on 21 June. NSW will look to secure back-to-back victories following a convincing 26-0 display in 2016.

With the Parramatta Eels and Cronulla Sharks playing out a thrilling SG Ball Cup Grand Final on Saturday - capping a season in which they were the best two teams - 13 players named come from the two clubs. Harry Fitzhugh is the only player selected not to come from the SG Ball competition, being picked from the Brisbane Broncos' system.

View the 2017 NSW Under-16 squad

The squad will meet for training on 24 May and 7 June prior to the final team selection on 10 June - announced first on NSWRL.com.au. They will then go into camp on 16 June to prepare for the match against Queensland.

The 2017 NSW Under-18 squad is as follows:

Alex Seyfarth

Balmain Tigers

Brandon Wakeham

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs

Sebastian Kris

Canberra Raiders

Elih Jackson

Central Coast Roosters

Teig Wilton  

Cronulla Sharks

Luke Metcalf

Cronulla Sharks

James Roumanos   

Cronulla Sharks

Jaeman Salmon

Cronulla Sharks

Bronson Xerri

Cronulla Sharks

Harry Fitzhugh

Brisbane Broncos

Bailey Dickenson

Illawarra Steelers

Zac Lomax  

Illawarra Steelers

Tyson Simpson

Illawarra Steelers

Mathew Croker

Newcastle Knights

Filia Utoikamanu

Parramatta Eels

Oregon Kaufusi

Parramatta Eels

Valance Harris

Parramatta Eels

Kyle Schneider

Parramatta Eels

Noel Aukafolau

Parramatta Eels

John Fonua

Parramatta Eels

Ethan Parry

Parramatta Eels

John Paul Nohra

Parramatta Eels

Lindsay Smith

Penrith Panthers

Daine Laurie

Penrith Panthers

Joshua Curran

Sydney Roosters

Jake Kambos           

Sydney Roosters

Dwayne Fuimaono

Sydney Roosters

Jake Hazard

Sydney Roosters

Daniel Fifita

South Sydney Rabbitohs

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