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Wests Tigers youngsters Luke Brooks and Curtis Sironen have been named in the New South Wales Emerging Blues squad for 2015.

The camp, which will be held in Sydney during January, gives up-and-coming players a taste of what it's like to play State of Origin football for New South Wales, and covers a number of aspects including team culture, physical performance and mental preparation.

Sironen was included in the City Origin side in 2013 before missing the team last year due to injury. Brooks was named in the NSW U/20 Origin side in 2014 before withdrawing, and capped off a stellar season by being named the Dally M Rookie of the Year.

Check out the full 2015 NSWRL Emerging Blues squad below.

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Jack Wighton — Canberra Raiders

Paul Vaughan — Canberra Raiders

David Klemmer — Canterbury Bulldogs

Josh Jackson — Canterbury Bulldogs

Ryan James — Gold Coast Titans

Aidan Sezer — Gold Coast Titans

Dale Finucane — Melbourne Storm

Sione Mata'utia — Newcastle Knights

Nathan Peats — Parramatta Eels

Tepai Moeroa — Parramatta Eels

Matt Moylan — Penrith Panthers

Josh Mansour — Penrith Panthers

Bryce Cartwright — Penrith Panthers

Adam Docker — Penrith Panthers

Alex Johnston — South Sydney Rabbitohs

Dylan Walker — South Sydney Rabbitohs

Adam Reynolds — South Sydney Rabbitohs

Luke Keary — South Sydney Rabbitohs

Cameron McInnes — South Sydney Rabbitohs

Kyle Turner — South Sydney Rabbitohs

Luke Brooks — Wests Tigers

Curtis Sironen — Wests Tigers


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