Manaia Cherrington, Andy Fiagatusa, Delouise Hoeter and Kurtis Rowe will join the squad after an impressive season in the NYC competition.
The Wests Tigers Holden Cup side was eliminated from the finals series last Friday following a 36-16 semi-final loss to the Canberra Raiders.
The Junior Kiwis play the Junior Kangaroos on Sunday, October 13, at WIN Jubilee Oval in Kogarah, Sydney.
Four Wests Tigers players have been named in the Junior Kangaroos train-on squad David Nofoaluma, Curtis Sironen, Luke Brooks and Kyle Lovett.
2013 JUNIOR KIWIS TRAIN-ON SQUAD (at September 25):
Brisbane Broncos: Kodi Nikorima, Duncan Paia'aua
Cronulla Sharks: Faamanu Brown, Valentine Holmes
Gold Coast Titans: Jahrome Hughes
Melbourne Storm: Matt McGahan, Pride Pettersen-Robati, Cade Umaga
Newcastle Knights: Danny Levi, Joseph Tapine
Parramatta Eels: Zach Docker-Clay, Takai Moeakiola
South Sydney Rabbitohs: Tulsa Saumamao
New Zealand Warriors: Siliva Havili, Ngani Laumape
Wests Tigers: Manaia Cherrington, Andy Fiagatusa, Delouise Hoeter, Kurtis Rowe
The Junior Kiwis selectors - John Ackland, Brent Gemmell, Mark Horo and Kelvin Wright, along with the convenor Tony Iro - will add to the squad in the coming weeks as teams are eliminated from the NRL and Holden Cup finals.
PLAYER PROFILE: MANAIA CHERRINGTON
PLAYER PROFILE: ANDY FIAGATUSA
PLAYER PROFILE: DELOUISE HOETER
PLAYER PROFILE: KURTIS ROWE
FOUR WESTS TIGERS NAMED IN JUNIOR KANGAROOS TRAIN-ON SQUAD