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Panthers quartet named in Samoa squad

A host of Panthers have been named in the 20-man Samoa squad to face Cook Islands at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday 25 June.

Panthers players Izack Tago, Taylan May, Charlie Staines and Spencer Leniu have been named to make their international debuts ahead of next week's Test match.

The fixture will kick-off at 5:40pm and precedes the Fiji Bati and PNG Kumuls match.

Be there for the Clash of the Pacific, with tickets starting from just $10 for Adults and $5 for kids.

Players who are eligible for NSW or Queensland, as well as Samoa, can play Origin and still represent their heritage at the end-of-season World Cup in England.

Panthers assistant coach Andrew Webster and former Panthers player Frank Pritchard were recently appointed to join Matt Parish’s coaching staff ahead of the World Cup.

Toa Samoa squad

Anthony Milford (Knights)
Bunty Afoa (Warriors)
Chanel Harris-Tavita (Warriors)
Charlie Staines (Panthers)
David Nofoaluma (West Tigers)
Francis Molo (Dragons)
Izack Tago (Panthers)
Jaxson Paulo (Rabbitohs)
Jaydn Su’a (Dragons)
Jazz Tevaga (Warriors)
Josh Aloiai (Sea Eagles)
Josh Schuster (Sea Eagles)
Keenan Palasia (Broncos)
Luciano Leilua (Cowboys)
Martin Taupau (Sea Eagles)
Mathew Feagai (Dragons)
Ronald Volkman (Warriors)
Spencer Leniu (Panthers)
Taylan May (Panthers)
Toafofoa Sipley (Sea Eagles)


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