Wests Tigers have had three players selected in the Under 20s State of Origin squads for the curtain raiser to Game III next Wednesday, July 8.

Marion Seve will start in the centres for Queensland, while Jacob Liddle and Matt Woods have been selected on a five-man interchange bench for New South Wales.

Seve, 20, played his junior football for the Ipswich Brothers before attending Keebra Park High School and represented the Australian Schoolboys in 2013.

In his first season of Holden Cup, Liddle has excelled at hooker and is still just 18-years-old. The Wyong Roos junior also toured with the Australian Schoolboys last year.

Woods has co-captained the Wests Tigers Holden Cup side this season and plays in the back-row.

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QLD U/20s

 

NSW U/20s

Paul Byrnes (Broncos)

1

Latrell Mitchell (Roosters)

Gideon Mosby-Gela (Cowboys)

2

Brian Kelly (Titans)

Jordan Drew (Broncos)

3

John Olive (Rabbitohs)

Marion Seve (Wests Tigers)

4

Robert Jennings (Panthers)

Conor Carey (Cowboys)

5

Brent Naden (Panthers)

Jayden Nikorima (Broncos)

6

Jackson Hastings (Roosters)

Ashley Taylor (Broncos)

7

Drew Hutchinson (Dragons)

George Fai (Broncos)

8

Alex Twal (Eels)

Jayden Berrell (Broncos)

9

Grant Garvey (Roosters)

Lindsay Collins (Broncos)

10

Liam Knight (Sea Eagles)

Coen Hess (Cowboys)

11

Joe Stimson (Storm)

Alex Barr (Broncos)

12

Tyrell Fuimaono (Eels)

Jai Burrow (Broncos)

13

Luke Yates (Knights)

Karl Lawton (Titans)

14

Jacob Liddle (Wests Tigers)

Luke Bateman (Raiders)

15

Oliver Clarke (Panthers)

Sam Lavea (Broncos)

16

Addison Demetriou (Sea Eagles)

Oshae Tuiasau (Titans)

17

Hame Sele (Dragons)

Andrew Niemoeller (Cowboys) 

18

Matt Woods (Wests Tigers)

Kurt Wrigley

Coach

Dean Pay