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Ben Currie

Caps: 9
Age: 30
Club: Warrington Wolves
Tries: 3
Position: Second Row
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Ben Currie

International Stats

Caps: 9
Age: 30
Club: Warrington Wolves
Tries: 3
Position: Second Row

George Delaney

Caps: 0
Age: 0
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Prop Forward
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George Delaney

International Stats

Caps: 0
Age: 0
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Prop Forward

Tyler Dupree

Caps: 2
Age: 24
Club: Wigan Warriors
Tries: 0
Position: Prop Forward
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Tyler Dupree

International Stats

Caps: 2
Age: 24
Club: Wigan Warriors
Tries: 0
Position: Prop Forward

Ash Handley

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 3
Position: Winger
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Ash Handley

International Stats

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 3
Position: Winger

James Harrison

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Second-Rower, Prop-Forward
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James Harrison

International Stats

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Second-Rower, Prop-Forward

Chris Hill

Wigan-born prop Chris Hill has been a regular feature to Super League fans having featured predominantly for Warrington Wolves before he made the switch to Huddersfield Giants ahead of the 2022 season.

During his time at Warrington, Hill won the Betfred Challenge Cup twice and reached the Super League Grand Final on four occasions. In his first season with Huddersfield, the Giants reached the Challenge Cup Final where they were narrowly defeated by Wigan.

Hill has made 33 appearances for England and has featured at the 2013, 2017 and 2021 Rugby League World Cups.

Caps: 33
Age: 36
Club: Huddersfield Giants
Tries: 0
Position: Prop-Forward
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Chris Hill

Wigan-born prop Chris Hill has been a regular feature to Super League fans having featured predominantly for Warrington Wolves before he made the switch to Huddersfield Giants ahead of the 2022 season.

During his time at Warrington, Hill won the Betfred Challenge Cup twice and reached the Super League Grand Final on four occasions. In his first season with Huddersfield, the Giants reached the Challenge Cup Final where they were narrowly defeated by Wigan.

Hill has made 33 appearances for England and has featured at the 2013, 2017 and 2021 Rugby League World Cups.

International Stats

Caps: 33
Age: 36
Club: Huddersfield Giants
Tries: 0
Position: Prop-Forward

Tom Johnstone

Caps:
Age: 28
Club: Catalans Dragons
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Tom Johnstone

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Age: 28
Club: Catalans Dragons
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Matthew Lees

24-year-old Matty Lees has made nearly 100 Super League appearances for St Helens since his debut off the bench against Wakefield in Round Five of the 2017 season.

Lees has won the last three Betfred Super League Grand Finals, as well as the Betfred Challenge Cup in 2021.

The prop featured for the England Knights during their tour of Papua New Guinea and has since made three capped appearances for England, the first of which came against Samoa in the opening game of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

Caps: 6
Age: 26
Club: St Helens
Tries: 1
Position: Prop-Forward
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Matthew Lees

24-year-old Matty Lees has made nearly 100 Super League appearances for St Helens since his debut off the bench against Wakefield in Round Five of the 2017 season.

Lees has won the last three Betfred Super League Grand Finals, as well as the Betfred Challenge Cup in 2021.

The prop featured for the England Knights during their tour of Papua New Guinea and has since made three capped appearances for England, the first of which came against Samoa in the opening game of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

International Stats

Caps: 6
Age: 26
Club: St Helens
Tries: 1
Position: Prop-Forward

Mikey Lewis

Caps: 2
Age: 23
Club: Hull Kingston Rovers
Tries: 1
Position: Scrum Half
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Mikey Lewis

International Stats

Caps: 2
Age: 23
Club: Hull Kingston Rovers
Tries: 1
Position: Scrum Half

Jez Litten

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Hooker
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Jez Litten

International Stats

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Hooker

Elliot Minchella

Caps: 0
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Loose Forward
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Elliot Minchella

International Stats

Caps: 0
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Loose Forward

Harry Newman

Caps: 3
Age: 24
Club: Leeds Rhinos
Tries: 1
Position: Centre
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Harry Newman

International Stats

Caps: 3
Age: 24
Club: Leeds Rhinos
Tries: 1
Position: Centre

Matty Nicholson

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Second Row
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Matty Nicholson

International Stats

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Second Row

Brad O'Neill

Caps: 0
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Hooker
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Brad O'Neill

International Stats

Caps: 0
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Hooker

Harry Smith

Debuted in 2023 in a 64-0 victory over France at Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington.

Caps: 4
Age: 24
Club: Wigan Warriors
Tries: 1
Position: Scrum Half
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Harry Smith

Debuted in 2023 in a 64-0 victory over France at Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington.

International Stats

Caps: 4
Age: 24
Club: Wigan Warriors
Tries: 1
Position: Scrum Half

Luke Thompson

Caps: 7
Age: 0
Club:
Tries: 2
Position: Prop Forward
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Luke Thompson

International Stats

Caps: 7
Age: 0
Club:
Tries: 2
Position: Prop Forward

Danny Walker

Made a try scoring debut in a 64-0 victory over France in April 2023 

Caps: 1
Age: 25
Club: Warrington Wolves
Tries: 1
Position: Hooker
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Danny Walker

Made a try scoring debut in a 64-0 victory over France in April 2023 

International Stats

Caps: 1
Age: 25
Club: Warrington Wolves
Tries: 1
Position: Hooker

Jack Welsby

St Helens’ Jack Welsby is one of the brightest talents in English Rugby League and is a deserved inclusion in Shaun Wane’s World Cup Squad.

Despite being aged just 21, Welsby is already a three-time Betfred Super League Grand Final and one-time Betfred Challenge Cup winner. 

His tremendous performances last season saw him named at stand-off in the 2022 Super League Dream Team and he continued his phenomenal run of form after grabbing his first England try against Samoa.

Caps: 9
Age: 23
Club: St Helens
Tries: 1
Position: Full-Back, Scrum-Half
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Jack Welsby

St Helens’ Jack Welsby is one of the brightest talents in English Rugby League and is a deserved inclusion in Shaun Wane’s World Cup Squad.

Despite being aged just 21, Welsby is already a three-time Betfred Super League Grand Final and one-time Betfred Challenge Cup winner. 

His tremendous performances last season saw him named at stand-off in the 2022 Super League Dream Team and he continued his phenomenal run of form after grabbing his first England try against Samoa.

International Stats

Caps: 9
Age: 23
Club: St Helens
Tries: 1
Position: Full-Back, Scrum-Half

George Williams

Two-time Betfred Super League Grand Final and one-time World Club Challenge winner George Williams will be one of England’s primary half-back options at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

A consistent performer in England’s top flight, 27-year-old Williams joined fellow compatriots Elliott Whitehead, John Bateman and Josh Hodgson at Canberra Raiders, but returned to Super League in 2021.

Previously capped by Great Britain, the Warrington Wolves playmaker has already impressed on the international stage and he enhanced this reputation with three tries at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

 

Caps: 17
Age: 29
Club: Warrington Wolves
Tries: 7
Position: Stand-Off, Scrum-Half
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George Williams

Two-time Betfred Super League Grand Final and one-time World Club Challenge winner George Williams will be one of England’s primary half-back options at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

A consistent performer in England’s top flight, 27-year-old Williams joined fellow compatriots Elliott Whitehead, John Bateman and Josh Hodgson at Canberra Raiders, but returned to Super League in 2021.

Previously capped by Great Britain, the Warrington Wolves playmaker has already impressed on the international stage and he enhanced this reputation with three tries at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

 

International Stats

Caps: 17
Age: 29
Club: Warrington Wolves
Tries: 7
Position: Stand-Off, Scrum-Half

Oliver Wilson

Caps: 0
Age: 0
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Prop Forward
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Oliver Wilson

International Stats

Caps: 0
Age: 0
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Prop Forward

Sam Wood

Caps: 0
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Centre
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Sam Wood

International Stats

Caps: 0
Age: 54
Club:
Tries: 0
Position: Centre

Caitlin Beevers

Caitlin Beevers is one of the most promising young players in England and at just 21 has already won two Betfred Women’s Super League titles with Leeds Rhinos as well as a League Leaders’ Shield and the Challenge Cup.

Beevers made her debut for England back in 2018, in a game which featured a host of new young names coming into the international set-up. Since she has been part of the Papua New Guinea touring side and made try-scoring appearances against Wales and France.

Away from the field, Beevers is also a Match Official having officiated the Year 7 Boys Champions Schools Final at Wembley Stadium back in 2018. She was also a nominee for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year in 2019.

Caps: 6
Age: 54
Club: Leeds Rhinos
Tries: 6
Position: Full-Back, Winger, Centre
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Caitlin Beevers

Caitlin Beevers is one of the most promising young players in England and at just 21 has already won two Betfred Women’s Super League titles with Leeds Rhinos as well as a League Leaders’ Shield and the Challenge Cup.

Beevers made her debut for England back in 2018, in a game which featured a host of new young names coming into the international set-up. Since she has been part of the Papua New Guinea touring side and made try-scoring appearances against Wales and France.

Away from the field, Beevers is also a Match Official having officiated the Year 7 Boys Champions Schools Final at Wembley Stadium back in 2018. She was also a nominee for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year in 2019.

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Caps: 6
Age: 54
Club: Leeds Rhinos
Tries: 6
Position: Full-Back, Winger, Centre

Keara Bennett

Keara Bennett is another player who made her international bow in 2022 following a number of eye-catching displays for Leeds Rhinos. 

Bennett was in line to make her international debut against Wales however a Covid-19 test meant she had to wait another week earning her first England cap in the 36-10 victory over France a week later. 

The Leeds Rhinos hooker won the 2022 Betfred Women’s Super League and is the first graduate of England’s DiSE programme to go on to represent her country.

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club: Leeds Rhinos
Tries: 0
Position: Hooker
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Keara Bennett

Keara Bennett is another player who made her international bow in 2022 following a number of eye-catching displays for Leeds Rhinos. 

Bennett was in line to make her international debut against Wales however a Covid-19 test meant she had to wait another week earning her first England cap in the 36-10 victory over France a week later. 

The Leeds Rhinos hooker won the 2022 Betfred Women’s Super League and is the first graduate of England’s DiSE programme to go on to represent her country.

International Stats

Caps: 1
Age: 54
Club: Leeds Rhinos
Tries: 0
Position: Hooker

Jodie Cunningham

Loose forward Jodie Cunningham has cemented herself as key pillar in the England Women side having racked up 24 caps since her debut back in 2009 against France.

Cunningham’s versatility has seen her play several positions featuring for her country as a full-back, winger, centre, half-back and, in the last two seasons, as a loose forward. The 30-year-old is regarded as one of the most consistent players in the Betfred Women’s Super League which was rewarded with a Woman of Steel title following St Helens’ treble-winning season of 2021

Away from the field, Cunningham is looking to develop pathways for females wanting to play Rugby League as the RFL’s National Women and Girls Development Manager.

Caps: 25
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 8
Position: Loose-Forward, Scrum-Half, Stand-Off, Full-Back
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Jodie Cunningham

Loose forward Jodie Cunningham has cemented herself as key pillar in the England Women side having racked up 24 caps since her debut back in 2009 against France.

Cunningham’s versatility has seen her play several positions featuring for her country as a full-back, winger, centre, half-back and, in the last two seasons, as a loose forward. The 30-year-old is regarded as one of the most consistent players in the Betfred Women’s Super League which was rewarded with a Woman of Steel title following St Helens’ treble-winning season of 2021

Away from the field, Cunningham is looking to develop pathways for females wanting to play Rugby League as the RFL’s National Women and Girls Development Manager.

International Stats

Caps: 25
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 8
Position: Loose-Forward, Scrum-Half, Stand-Off, Full-Back

Amy Hardcastle

Amy Hardcastle is England Women’s all-time leading try-scorer having crossed for an impressive 21 tries in 21 appearances for her country since debuting back in 2009.

Hardcastle has been a stalwart of Women’s Rugby League for over a decade having won the treble with both Bradford Bulls, and most recently, St Helens in 2021. The 31-year-old is known for her a powerful style of play which makes her a handful to deal with out wide.

The 32-year-old was named in the Team of the Decade, but away from the field she is a mother to daughter Olivia, works with Rugby League Cares - the RFL’s charitable arm – and was a key worker within the NHS throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

Caps: 22
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 24
Position: Centre
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Amy Hardcastle

Amy Hardcastle is England Women’s all-time leading try-scorer having crossed for an impressive 21 tries in 21 appearances for her country since debuting back in 2009.

Hardcastle has been a stalwart of Women’s Rugby League for over a decade having won the treble with both Bradford Bulls, and most recently, St Helens in 2021. The 31-year-old is known for her a powerful style of play which makes her a handful to deal with out wide.

The 32-year-old was named in the Team of the Decade, but away from the field she is a mother to daughter Olivia, works with Rugby League Cares - the RFL’s charitable arm – and was a key worker within the NHS throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

International Stats

Caps: 22
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 24
Position: Centre

Zoe Harris

Zoe Harris’ form for St Helens saw her earn her first international cap earlier this year in the 6-32 defeat of Wales.

Harris has been an integral part of the St Helens side for a number of seasons and featured heavily in their treble-winning season of 2021. Harris will head into the Rugby League World Cup as one of a trio of players to have only represented their country once beforehand.

Caps: 2
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 0
Position: Scrum-Half, Stand-Off
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Zoe Harris

Zoe Harris’ form for St Helens saw her earn her first international cap earlier this year in the 6-32 defeat of Wales.

Harris has been an integral part of the St Helens side for a number of seasons and featured heavily in their treble-winning season of 2021. Harris will head into the Rugby League World Cup as one of a trio of players to have only represented their country once beforehand.

International Stats

Caps: 2
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 0
Position: Scrum-Half, Stand-Off

Zoe Hornby

Newcastle-born Zoe Hornby is the only member of the Rugby League World Cup squad who is yet to earn an international cap for England.

However, Hornby has certainly caught the eye of many across Rugby League with her performances for Leeds Rhinos in 2022 – in particular, her Player of the Match winning display in the Rhinos Challenge Cup Final defeat to St Helens at Leeds United’s Elland Road.

Caps: 0
Age: 54
Club: Leeds Rhinos
Tries: 0
Position: Prop-Forward
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Zoe Hornby

Newcastle-born Zoe Hornby is the only member of the Rugby League World Cup squad who is yet to earn an international cap for England.

However, Hornby has certainly caught the eye of many across Rugby League with her performances for Leeds Rhinos in 2022 – in particular, her Player of the Match winning display in the Rhinos Challenge Cup Final defeat to St Helens at Leeds United’s Elland Road.

International Stats

Caps: 0
Age: 54
Club: Leeds Rhinos
Tries: 0
Position: Prop-Forward

Shona Hoyle

Shona Hoyle has become one of the first names on the teamsheet when it comes to England Women over the past five years. 

Debuting in the 2017 against France, Hoyle went on to represent England at the Rugby League World Cup in Australia and is now just one of handful of the current squad with caps in the double figures – 12.

Hoyle has played for a number of clubs in the Betfred Women’s Super League including Bradford Bulls, Castleford Tigers, Huddersfield Giants but is now a regular for St Helens.

Caps: 13
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 3
Position: Prop-Forward, Second-Row
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Shona Hoyle

Shona Hoyle has become one of the first names on the teamsheet when it comes to England Women over the past five years. 

Debuting in the 2017 against France, Hoyle went on to represent England at the Rugby League World Cup in Australia and is now just one of handful of the current squad with caps in the double figures – 12.

Hoyle has played for a number of clubs in the Betfred Women’s Super League including Bradford Bulls, Castleford Tigers, Huddersfield Giants but is now a regular for St Helens.

International Stats

Caps: 13
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 3
Position: Prop-Forward, Second-Row

Emily Rudge

Captain Emily Rudge is the most experienced player in the England Women squad, and also England Women’s most-experienced player of all-time leading the rankings for caps with 26.

Rudge will feature in her fourth Rugby League World Cup in 2022, after making her debut back in the 2008 competition at scrum half against Australia. The St Helens forward was handed the captaincy in 2019 ahead of the tour of Papua New Guinea in which she memorably scored four tries in a single game against the Orchids.

The 31-year-old has now led her country in each of their last seven Test Matches and away from the field is looking to inspire the next generation of Women’s Rugby League players as a PE teacher.

Caps: 27
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 15
Position: Second-Row
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Emily Rudge

Captain Emily Rudge is the most experienced player in the England Women squad, and also England Women’s most-experienced player of all-time leading the rankings for caps with 26.

Rudge will feature in her fourth Rugby League World Cup in 2022, after making her debut back in the 2008 competition at scrum half against Australia. The St Helens forward was handed the captaincy in 2019 ahead of the tour of Papua New Guinea in which she memorably scored four tries in a single game against the Orchids.

The 31-year-old has now led her country in each of their last seven Test Matches and away from the field is looking to inspire the next generation of Women’s Rugby League players as a PE teacher.

International Stats

Caps: 27
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 15
Position: Second-Row

Tara Jane Stanley

Tara Stanley is one of the more experienced members of the England Women squad and is heading into her third Rugby League World Cup after featuring in both 2013 and 2017.

Stanley was played several roles on the international stage debuting at full-back in 2012 before a move into the centres and a return to the number one spot in 2018 against France.

Stanley was part of the Castleford Tigers side which won the League Leaders’ Shield in 2019 before joining York City Knights in 2021. She would lift the League Leaders’ Shield again in 2022 with the Knights and her performances saw her crowned Woman of Steel.

Caps: 16
Age: 54
Club: York RLFC
Tries: 8
Position: Full-Back, Centre
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Tara Jane Stanley

Tara Stanley is one of the more experienced members of the England Women squad and is heading into her third Rugby League World Cup after featuring in both 2013 and 2017.

Stanley was played several roles on the international stage debuting at full-back in 2012 before a move into the centres and a return to the number one spot in 2018 against France.

Stanley was part of the Castleford Tigers side which won the League Leaders’ Shield in 2019 before joining York City Knights in 2021. She would lift the League Leaders’ Shield again in 2022 with the Knights and her performances saw her crowned Woman of Steel.

International Stats

Caps: 16
Age: 54
Club: York RLFC
Tries: 8
Position: Full-Back, Centre

Paige Travis

Paige Travis is one of a number of St Helens players who have caught the eye in recent seasons.

Travis is a hard-hitting back-rower who earned her first England cap in the 2021 victory over Wales in Warrington. She has been an ever-present for England since, scoring her first international try at Catalans Dragons Stade Gilbert Brutus against France at the backend of 2021.

Caps: 4
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 1
Position: Second-Row, Prop-Forward
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Paige Travis

Paige Travis is one of a number of St Helens players who have caught the eye in recent seasons.

Travis is a hard-hitting back-rower who earned her first England cap in the 2021 victory over Wales in Warrington. She has been an ever-present for England since, scoring her first international try at Catalans Dragons Stade Gilbert Brutus against France at the backend of 2021.

International Stats

Caps: 4
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 1
Position: Second-Row, Prop-Forward

Victoria WHITFIELD

Vicky Whitfield is another powerful forward in the England Women squad who has proven a destructive force for St Helens in recent seasons.

Whitfield was a key part of their 2021 treble-winning outfit and also featured in the 2022 Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup Final at Leeds United’s Elland Road.

She debuted for England in 2018 against France and has since featured from the interchange bench in 2021 and 2022 victories over the French.

Caps: 3
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 1
Position: Prop-Forward
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Victoria WHITFIELD

Vicky Whitfield is another powerful forward in the England Women squad who has proven a destructive force for St Helens in recent seasons.

Whitfield was a key part of their 2021 treble-winning outfit and also featured in the 2022 Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup Final at Leeds United’s Elland Road.

She debuted for England in 2018 against France and has since featured from the interchange bench in 2021 and 2022 victories over the French.

International Stats

Caps: 3
Age: 54
Club: St Helens
Tries: 1
Position: Prop-Forward

Olivia Wood

Olivia Wood is one of the newest members of the England Women squad having broken into the side in 2022 ahead of mid-season internationals against Wales and France.

Wood has been an integral part of the York City Knights team that progressed to the Challenge Cup Final in 2021 and would go on to lift the League Leaders’ Shield earlier this year.

Caps: 3
Age: 54
Club: York RLFC
Tries: 1
Position: Prop-Forward
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Olivia Wood

Olivia Wood is one of the newest members of the England Women squad having broken into the side in 2022 ahead of mid-season internationals against Wales and France.

Wood has been an integral part of the York City Knights team that progressed to the Challenge Cup Final in 2021 and would go on to lift the League Leaders’ Shield earlier this year.

International Stats

Caps: 3
Age: 54
Club: York RLFC
Tries: 1
Position: Prop-Forward

Sebastien Bechara

Born in Nottingham to an English mother and Canadian father, Seb lives in Perpignan and plays for Catalan Dragons. Back in 2012, he lost one of his legs in a motorcycle accident and started playing Wheelchair RL with the Dragons, who have dominated the French Championship for years.  The Dragons reached the final of the Betfred Challenge Cup, losing to Leeds Rhinos. He was selected for England in 2015, winning the European championships and getting to the 2017 World Cup final. Seb has won the French championship 8 times and the French cup 6 times – he’s also a professional Trumpet player!

Caps: 30
Age: 30
Club: Halifax Panthers Wheelchair
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Sebastien Bechara

Born in Nottingham to an English mother and Canadian father, Seb lives in Perpignan and plays for Catalan Dragons. Back in 2012, he lost one of his legs in a motorcycle accident and started playing Wheelchair RL with the Dragons, who have dominated the French Championship for years.  The Dragons reached the final of the Betfred Challenge Cup, losing to Leeds Rhinos. He was selected for England in 2015, winning the European championships and getting to the 2017 World Cup final. Seb has won the French championship 8 times and the French cup 6 times – he’s also a professional Trumpet player!

International Stats

Caps: 30
Age: 30
Club: Halifax Panthers Wheelchair
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Wayne Boardman

Wayne is the proud holder of England Wheelchair RL Heritage Number 1 and was a coach for the games way back when the pioneers of Wheelchair RL were establishing the game, both domestically and internationally.  A former running game player who was injured in a motorcycle accident, he plays for Halifax Panthers in the Betfred Wheelchair Super League.

Caps: 17
Age: 50
Club: Halifax Panthers Wheelchair
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Wayne Boardman

Wayne is the proud holder of England Wheelchair RL Heritage Number 1 and was a coach for the games way back when the pioneers of Wheelchair RL were establishing the game, both domestically and internationally.  A former running game player who was injured in a motorcycle accident, he plays for Halifax Panthers in the Betfred Wheelchair Super League.

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Caps: 17
Age: 50
Club: Halifax Panthers Wheelchair
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Jack Brown

Jack is the first and current holder of the Wheelchair Rugby League Golden Boot, awarded to the best International player in the World.  He has been playing Wheelchair Rugby League since it was established in the UK back in 2005, and started with Halifax.  He’s captained England many times, and holds the highest number of caps. Jack has played in 3 World Cups and a European Championship, wining the inaugural Championships in both – he moved to Australia in 2020, and is now the coach of Queensland Wheelchair RL.

Caps: 27
Age: 34
Club: Halifax Panthers Wheelchair RL
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Jack Brown

Jack is the first and current holder of the Wheelchair Rugby League Golden Boot, awarded to the best International player in the World.  He has been playing Wheelchair Rugby League since it was established in the UK back in 2005, and started with Halifax.  He’s captained England many times, and holds the highest number of caps. Jack has played in 3 World Cups and a European Championship, wining the inaugural Championships in both – he moved to Australia in 2020, and is now the coach of Queensland Wheelchair RL.

International Stats

Caps: 27
Age: 34
Club: Halifax Panthers Wheelchair RL
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Jack Brown

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Age: 0
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Jack Brown

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Josh Butler

Caps: 5
Age: 0
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Josh Butler

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Caps: 5
Age: 0
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Nathan Collins

A player for Leeds Rhinos, Nathan has been a key part of a hugely successful few years for the Wheelchair side, following his grandfather Gilbert Ashton who was a Leeds RLFC running game player. Nathan made his England Debut in the 2016 Home Nations vs Scotland aged just 15, and played in the 2017 World Cup, scoring a hat trick v France and being named in the top 10 players in the world – he was shortlisted for the Golden Boot in 2019.

Caps: 20
Age: 23
Club: Leeds Rhinos Wheelchair RL
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Nathan Collins

A player for Leeds Rhinos, Nathan has been a key part of a hugely successful few years for the Wheelchair side, following his grandfather Gilbert Ashton who was a Leeds RLFC running game player. Nathan made his England Debut in the 2016 Home Nations vs Scotland aged just 15, and played in the 2017 World Cup, scoring a hat trick v France and being named in the top 10 players in the world – he was shortlisted for the Golden Boot in 2019.

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Caps: 20
Age: 23
Club: Leeds Rhinos Wheelchair RL
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Joe Coyd

Joe has the highest number of England caps and made his debut in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup in Medway, Kent.  He plays for the London Roosters, having started with Medway Dragons when he was 12.  He’s the younger brother of England Wheelchair RL Head Coach, Tom.  Coyd also plays running game Rugby League too, and won the London & The South Premiership with Medway Dragons in 2021.

Caps: 30
Age: 27
Club: London Roosters Wheelchair RL
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Joe Coyd

Joe has the highest number of England caps and made his debut in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup in Medway, Kent.  He plays for the London Roosters, having started with Medway Dragons when he was 12.  He’s the younger brother of England Wheelchair RL Head Coach, Tom.  Coyd also plays running game Rugby League too, and won the London & The South Premiership with Medway Dragons in 2021.

International Stats

Caps: 30
Age: 27
Club: London Roosters Wheelchair RL
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Tom Halliwell

Tom started playing Wheelchair RL game after a running game injury, and made his England debut vs Wales as part of the 2015 European Championship winning team. Halliwell has been a major part of Leeds Rhinos’ Wheelchair success in the last few years, including a treble in 2021 and a double in 2022. Now captain of his country, after taking on the role before the 2021 mid-season Test Match vs Wales.

Caps: 24
Age: 25
Club: Leeds Rhinos Wheelchair - Wheelchair RL
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Tom Halliwell

Tom started playing Wheelchair RL game after a running game injury, and made his England debut vs Wales as part of the 2015 European Championship winning team. Halliwell has been a major part of Leeds Rhinos’ Wheelchair success in the last few years, including a treble in 2021 and a double in 2022. Now captain of his country, after taking on the role before the 2021 mid-season Test Match vs Wales.

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Caps: 24
Age: 25
Club: Leeds Rhinos Wheelchair - Wheelchair RL
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Rob Hawkins

Rob plays for Halifax Panthers in the Betfred Wheelchair RL Super League and has proven to be a prolific scorer, scoring key tries in key moments as Halifax were crowned champions in 2022. Hawkins was a newcomer to the England National Performance squad in 2021, making his debut against Wales in June 2020 on the wing. He started playing aged just 10, and won Young Player of the Year in 2019.

Caps: 7
Age: 22
Club: Halifax Panthers Wheelchair RL
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Rob Hawkins

Rob plays for Halifax Panthers in the Betfred Wheelchair RL Super League and has proven to be a prolific scorer, scoring key tries in key moments as Halifax were crowned champions in 2022. Hawkins was a newcomer to the England National Performance squad in 2021, making his debut against Wales in June 2020 on the wing. He started playing aged just 10, and won Young Player of the Year in 2019.

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Caps: 7
Age: 22
Club: Halifax Panthers Wheelchair RL
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Jack Heggie

Caps: 7
Age: 0
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Jack Heggie

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Caps: 7
Age: 0
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Lewis King

Born and raised in Dartford, Lewis started playing at Argonauts and now plays for London Roosters in the Betfred Wheelchair Super League.  King began playing Wheelchair RL after suffering a spinal injury – he made a try scoring debut against France in in 2019, was Player of the Tour on the Ashes Tour to Australia in 2019 and was crowned Betfred Wheelchair Super League Player of the Year in 2019.

Caps: 11
Age: 39
Club: London Roosters Wheelchair RL
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Lewis King

Born and raised in Dartford, Lewis started playing at Argonauts and now plays for London Roosters in the Betfred Wheelchair Super League.  King began playing Wheelchair RL after suffering a spinal injury – he made a try scoring debut against France in in 2019, was Player of the Tour on the Ashes Tour to Australia in 2019 and was crowned Betfred Wheelchair Super League Player of the Year in 2019.

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Caps: 11
Age: 39
Club: London Roosters Wheelchair RL
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Adam Rigby

Hailing from Wigan, Adam is a huge fan of Rugby League and works for North West Ambulance service.  He made his England debut as part of the 2008 World Cup winning squad and has been a leading player in the game in the North West for number of teams, including current team Wigan Warriors.  Adam was a runner up in the 2021 Grand Final as he played a key role in his side’s campaign.

Caps: 16
Age: 32
Club: Wigan Warriors Wheelchair RL
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Adam Rigby

Hailing from Wigan, Adam is a huge fan of Rugby League and works for North West Ambulance service.  He made his England debut as part of the 2008 World Cup winning squad and has been a leading player in the game in the North West for number of teams, including current team Wigan Warriors.  Adam was a runner up in the 2021 Grand Final as he played a key role in his side’s campaign.

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Caps: 16
Age: 32
Club: Wigan Warriors Wheelchair RL
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