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Two former Vodafone Warriors Joel Moon (pictured) and Lance Hohaia will line up for the Exiles in the third annual clash against England at Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington on Saturday morning (7.00 kick-off NZT). Photo: Photosport.

The match will be shown live on Maori Television.

Moon, now with Leeds, is in the centres while Hohaia (St Helens) is on the bench.

Former Kiwis Tony Puletua (St Helens), Zeb Taia (Les Catalans) and Harrison Hansen (Wigan) are also in the side along with Kylie Leuluai (Leeds).

The side is again coached by former Leeds and Vodafone Warriors coach Brian McClennan.



1 Brett Hodgson (Warrington Wolves, Australia, captain)

2 Joel Monaghan (Warrington Wolves, Australia)

3 Steve Menzies (Catalans Dragons, Australia)

4 Joel Moon (Leeds Rhinos, Australia)

5 Pat Richards (Wigan Warriors, Ireland)

6 Travis Burns (Hull Kingston Rovers, Australia)

7 Michael Dobson (Hull Kingston Rovers, Australia)

8 Kylie Leuluai (Leeds Rhinos, Samoa)

9 Heath L'Estrange (Bradford Bulls, Australia)

10 Tony Puletua (St Helens, Samoa)

11 Sia Soliola (St Helens, Samoa)

12 Trent Waterhouse (Warrington Wolves, Australia)

13 Harrison Hansen (Wigan Warriors, Samoa),


14 Lance Hohaia (St Helens, New Zealand)

15 Mickey Paea (Hull Kingston Rovers, Tonga)

16 Zeb Taia (Catalan Dragons, Cook Islands)

17 Chris Bailey (London Broncos, Australia)


(probable line-up)

1 Samd Tomkins (Wigan)

2 Josh Charnley (Wigan)

3 Leroy Cudjoe (Huddersfield)

4 Zac Hardaker (Leeds)

5 Ryan Hall (Leeds)

6 Kevin Sinfield (Leeds, captain)

7 Rangi Chase (Castleford) or Richie Myler (Warrington)

8 Chris Hill (Warrington)

9 James Roby (St Helens)

10 Lee Mossop (Wigan)

11 Liam Farrell (Wigan)

12 Ben Westwood (Warrington)

13 Gareth Ellis (Hull FC)


14 Rangi Chase (Castleford) or Richie Myler (Warrington)

15 Eorl Crabtree (Huddersfield)

16 Adrian Morley (Warrington)

17 Brett Ferres (Huddersfield) or Jamie Jones-Buchanan (Leeds)
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