Scotland Rugby League Wheelchair final squad which will compete at the Wheelchair Four Nations later this year has just been announced the squad has been selected following a trial and three training sessions with a 15 player training squad with players from Ayrshire, Dundee, Glasgow and Halifax.
Scotland Rugby League Wheelchair Squad 2014
Graeme Stewart (Glasgow Panthers)
Ian McKeen (Dundee Dragons)
Adam Mould (Glasgow Panthers)
Stephen Carling (Dundee Dragons)
Sean Frame (Glasgow Panthers)
Jen Scally (Dundee Dragons)
Sarah Baillie (Glasgow Panthers)
Finlay MacCuish (Dundee Dragons)
Thomas Pincock (Glasgow Panthers)
Gavin Dobson (Halifax)
The Scotland squad will now continue to prepare for the Four Nations by training and playing a number of friendlies over the next couple of months, Scotland Coach Jamie Seery commented “from my point of view this has been best squad we have had since the sport started in Scotland which is down to the number of players we had going for just 10 places, now we have selected the squad our focus turns to preparing the best we can for the Four Nations. While we have a number of players that played in the 2012 Four Nations and in last year’s World Cup we have a lot of new exciting players that can add to that which will help us compete in every game we play”.
The highly anticipated 2014 Wheelchair Rugby League Four Nations will be hosted by holders England at Medway Park in September, and following last year’s very successful World Cup it’s sure to be a tournament not to be missed.