New signing Wayde Egan has been named to make his club debut in the first 2020 NRL trial against the Storm in Palmerston North on Saturday (5.00pm kick-off).

The 22-year-old hooker, who made 29 NRL appearances for Penrith in 2018 and 2019, will also be having his first outing since recovering from shoulder surgery last year.

Egan is one of 10 players with NRL experience named by head coach Stephen Kearney.

Tonga international David Fusitua is the most experienced player named, and is included along with four 2019 NRL rookies in centre-winger Patrick Herbert, utility Hayze Perham and halves Chanel Harris-Tavita and Adam Keighran.

Other NRL players named are prop Sam Lisone, middle forward Lachlan Burr, second rower Taane Milne and interchange forward Leivaha Pulu.


1Rocco Berry
2Patrick Herbert
3Hayze Perham
4David Fusitua
5Edward Kosi
6Chanel Harris-Tavita
7Adam Keighran
8Phillip Makatoa
9Wayde Egan
10Sam Lisone
11Taane Milne
12Eliesa Katoa
13Lachlan Burr
14Temple Kalepo
15Jackson Frei
16Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard
17Paul Turner
18Selestino Ravutaumada
20Israel Ogden
21Tom Ale
22Setu Tu
24Tyler Slade
25Preston Riki
26Isaiah Vagana
27King Vuniyayawa
28Leivaha Pulu
Chanel Harris-Tavita

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