Wests Tigers International Selections
Wests Tigers have had a number of players selected in the various international train-on squads for the upcoming Four Nations Tournament and Junior Test.
With Australia, New Zealand and Samoa squads, along with Junior Kangaroos and Junior Kiwis squads, named in the last few weeks, the Club have a total of 16 players from both their NRL and NYC teams selected in the respective international teams.
More players from other clubs are added to the respective squads as teams are eliminated from the Finals series, with finals squads confirmed after the 2014 NRL Grand Final.
Check out the full list of Wests Tigers players selected in the international train-on squads below, as well as the full schedule for the representative games.
Wests Tigers International Representatives
Robbie Farah (Australia Kangaroos)
Aaron Woods (Australia Kangaroos)
Adam Blair (New Zealand Kiwis)
Martin Taupau (New Zealand Kiwis)
Bodene Thompson (New Zealand Kiwis)
Sauaso Sue (New Zealand Kiwis and Toa Samoa)
Tim Simona (Toa Samoa)
James Gavet (Toa Samoa)
Ava Seumanufagai (Toa Samoa)
Matthew Lodge (Junior Australian Kangaroos)
Te Maire Martin (Junior New Zealand Kiwis)
Dallas Graham (Junior New Zealand Kiwis)
Delouise Hoeter (Junior New Zealand Kiwis)
Watson Heleta (Junior New Zealand Kiwis)
Manaia Cherrington (Junior New Zealand Kiwis)
Lamar Liolevave (Junior New Zealand Kiwis)
Four Nations, Junior Test & International Schedule
Sunday, October 12 — Prime Minister's XIII vs. PNG Kumuls (Kokopo)
Saturday, October 18 — Junior Kiwis vs. Junior Kangaroos (Auckland)
Saturday, October 25 — Four Nations, Australia vs. New Zealand (Brisbane)
Saturday, October 25 — Four Nations, England vs. Toa Samoa (Brisbane)
Saturday, November 1 — Four Nations, New Zealand vs. Toa Samoa (Whangarei)
Sunday, November 2 — Four Nations, Australia vs. England (Melbourne)
Saturday, November 8 — Four Nations, New Zealand vs. England (Dunedin)
Sunday, November 9 — Four Nations, Australia vs. Toa Samoa (Wollongong)
Saturday, November 15 — Four Nations Final, TBD (Wellington)