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An initial NSW Under-20s squad has been chosen by the NSWRL ahead of an Origin Pathways High-Performance Camp held at Narrabeen this weekend with Newcastle Knight Jack Cogger among the squad.

More than 30 of this state’s most promising players will descend upon the Northern Beaches this weekend, with the future Blues to learn from a range of Origin greats including VB Blues coach Laurie Daley, former skipper Brad Fittler and a number of other high-performance mentors.

The full NSW 2016 Under-20s Pathways Program squad will attend the camp run by NSWRL Performance Programs Manager and former first-grader Jamie Feeney.


Max Elliott, Brisbane

Tevita Pangai, Canberra

Lachlan Croker, Canberra

Jayden Brailey, Cronulla

Connor Tracey, Cronulla

Lachlan Stein, Cronulla

Brian Kelly, Gold Coast

Darcy Cox, Manly

Curtis Scott, Melbourne

Jack Cogger, Newcastle

Alex Twal, Parramatta

Tyrell Fuimaono, Parramatta

Oliver Clarke, Penrith

Nathan Cleary, Penrith

Robert Jennings, Penrith

Dylan Edwards, Penrith

Tyrone May, Penrith

Liam Coleman, Souths

Angus Crichton, Souths

Brock Gray, Souths

Gabe Hamlin, Souths

John Olive, Souths

Nat Butcher, Sydney Roosters

Grant Garvey, Sydney Roosters

Connor Watson, Sydney Roosters

Paul Momirovski, Sydney Roosters

Latrell Mitchell, Sydney Roosters

Junior Tatola, Wests Tigers

Bailey Sironen, Wests Tigers

Ray Stone, Wests Tigers

Jacob Liddle, Wests Tigers

The NSW Under-20s will clash with Queensland’s Under-20s in the curtain-raiser before Origin III, 2016 to be played at ANZ Stadium on July 13. 

The NSW Under-20s are aiming to record their fifth consecutive win after claiming victories over the past four years

Meanwhile, six Knights juniors have been selected to attend the U18s High Performance camp. 

Mathew Croker, Matthew Cooper, Kurtis Dark, Brodie Jones, Brednan O'Hagan and Tom Starling will take part in the Under-18s Player Pathways camp at Narrabeen also this weekend.

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