Lodge named in Junior Kangaroos train-on squad



  • Matthew Lodge named in Junior Kangaroos train-on squad

    Dan Talintyre
    Mon 22nd September, 03:05PM


    Wests Tigers forward Matthew Lodge has been named in the Junior Australian Kangaroos train-on squad for the upcoming Junior Test against New Zealand.

    The match will be played on Saturday, October 18 at Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland.

    Lodge joined Wests Tigers halfway through the year after a mid-season release from the Melbourne Storm, and went on to make his first-grade debut for the Club against the Penrith Panthers in Round 17. The 19-year-old would play a total of four NRL games in 2014, before returning to the Club’s NYC Holden Cup team for the 2014 finals series.

    A former Australian Schoolboys product who was named in the 2013 NYC Team of the Year, Lodge also played for New South Wales U/20’s team earlier this year.

    Each week, players will be added to the train-on squad after NYC teams are eliminated from the Holden Cup finals series. A final squad will then be announced on October 5.

    Below is the updated Junior Kangaroos squad for the Junior (U/20’s) Test.



    Player and Club

    Josh Chudleigh - North Queensland Cowboys

    Patrick Kaufusi - North Queensland Cowboys

    Jake Mamo - Newcastle Knights

    Sione Mata’utai - Newcastle Knights

    Andy Saunders - Penrith Panthers

    Chris Smith - Penrith Panthers

    Kieran Moseley - Penrith Panthers

    Isaah Yeo - Penrith Panthers

    Waqa Blake - Penrith Panthers

    Cameron McInnes - South Sydney Rabbitohs

    Tevita Pangai - Canberra Raiders

    Luke Bateman - Canberra Raiders

    Patrick Mago - Canberra Raiders

    Nene Macdonald - Sydney Roosters

    Willis Meehan - Sydney Roosters

    Clint Gutherson - Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

    Valentine Holmes - Cronulla Sharks

    Cameron Munster - Melbourne Storm

    Matthew Lodge - Wests Tigers


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    Matthew Lodge named in Junior Kangaroos train-on squad

    Dan Talintyre
    Mon 22nd September, 03:05PM


    Wests Tigers forward Matthew Lodge has been named in the Junior Australian Kangaroos train-on squad for the upcoming Junior Test against New Zealand.

    The match will be played on Saturday, October 18 at Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland.

    Lodge joined Wests Tigers halfway through the year after a mid-season release from the Melbourne Storm, and went on to make his first-grade debut for the Club against the Penrith Panthers in Round 17. The 19-year-old would play a total of four NRL games in 2014, before returning to the Club’s NYC Holden Cup team for the 2014 finals series.

    A former Australian Schoolboys product who was named in the 2013 NYC Team of the Year, Lodge also played for New South Wales U/20’s team earlier this year.

    Each week, players will be added to the train-on squad after NYC teams are eliminated from the Holden Cup finals series. A final squad will then be announced on October 5.

    Below is the updated Junior Kangaroos squad for the Junior (U/20’s) Test.



    Player and Club

    Josh Chudleigh - North Queensland Cowboys

    Patrick Kaufusi - North Queensland Cowboys

    Jake Mamo - Newcastle Knights

    Sione Mata’utai - Newcastle Knights

    Andy Saunders - Penrith Panthers

    Chris Smith - Penrith Panthers

    Kieran Moseley - Penrith Panthers

    Isaah Yeo - Penrith Panthers

    Waqa Blake - Penrith Panthers

    Cameron McInnes - South Sydney Rabbitohs

    Tevita Pangai - Canberra Raiders

    Luke Bateman - Canberra Raiders

    Patrick Mago - Canberra Raiders

    Nene Macdonald - Sydney Roosters

    Willis Meehan - Sydney Roosters

    Clint Gutherson - Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

    Valentine Holmes - Cronulla Sharks

    Cameron Munster - Melbourne Storm

    Matthew Lodge - Wests Tigers

    Well done Lodgey.



  • Looks like Panthers future is looking pretty bright of they can hold onto juniors.

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  • 'Gratz lodgy.

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  • He is a standout player, well deserved spot, he will be a future Australian and origin prop

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  • We may have lost Marika to the Storm but I think we got the better end of the pineapple.


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