Friday’s Jamaica versus England Knights match at Castleford’s Mend-a-Hose Jungle will be shown live on Our League from 7.45pm.
Billed as both a ‘home’ fixture for Jamaica and a testimonial match for their Castleford Tigers player Jordan Turner, Rugby League fans can watch all the action for just £4.95 - with all proceeds going towards Turner's testimonial fund.
RFL Chief Commercial Officer, Mark Foster, says: "Jamaica approached us with a view to streaming the match in aid of Jordan Turner’s testimonial and we’re delighted to now confirm that Jamaica versus England Knights will be shown live on Our League. Visit rugby-league.com/ourleague for more details."
Romeo Monteith, Jamaica Director of Rugby adds: "We would like to thank England Knights for agreeing to play us in aid of Jordan’s testimonial and also the RFL for streaming the match on Our League to help raise more funds for a great player and person."
Tickets to see Jamaica versus England Knights live at the Mend-a-Hose Jungle can still be purchased online at skiddle.com and are available on the gate.
Jamaica squad: Greg Johnson (Batley Bulldogs), Jordan Turner (Castleford Tigers), Kadeem Williams (Coventry Bears) Jon Magrin, Keenen Tomlinson, (Dewsbury Rams), Danny Bravo, Ross Peltier, (Doncaster), James Woodburn-Hall (Halifax Panthers) Ashton Golding, Michael Lawrence (Huddersfield Giants), Aaron Jones-Bishop, Jordan Andrade, Jy-mel Coleman (Hunslet RLFC), Mo Agoro, (Keighley Cougars), Jacob Ogden (London Broncos) Abevia McDonald, (London Skolars), Izaac Farrell, Joel Farrell (Sheffield Eagles), Joe Brown (Workington Town), Ben Jones-Bishop (York City Knights), Christopher Ball (Unattached)
England Knights squad: Matty Ashton (Warrington Wolves), Jack Broadbent (Leeds Rhinos), Levi Edwards (Leeds Rhinos), Matthew English (Huddersfield Giants), Morgan Gannon (Leeds Rhinos), Sam Halsall (Wigan Warriors), Tom Holroyd (Leeds Rhinos), George Lawler (Hull KR), Matthew Lees (St Helens), Mikey Lewis (Hull KR), Ellis Longstaff (Warrington Wolves), James McDonnell, Liam Marshall, Kai Pearce-Paul (all Wigan Warriors), Will Pryce (Huddersfield Giants), Aaron Smith (St Helens), Danny Walker (Warrington Wolves), Oliver Wilson (Huddersfield Giants), Connor Wrench (Warrington Wolves).