As we build up to the Tri-Nations in Wales next weekend we can finally reveal your Wheelchair Bravehearts squad.
Long serving Graeme Stewart is still injured but it’s a return for the influential Michael Mellon and a return to international action for Daniel Grant after an excellent season with Gravesend Dynamite.
Jay Anderson retains her captaincy, while Midge Hartley and Dave Anderson join up with the Bravehearts for the first time.
Gavid Dobson of Rochdale Hornets retains his place with David Birtles completing the contingent from Dundee.
Callum Young from Leyland Warriors completes the travelling Bravehearts sqaud.
John Willans and Mac Mclaren are unavailable for this trip but continue to be part of the sqaud.
Jim Dyson and Peter Lowis continue in the coaching positions with Kirsteen Burns joining up with the squad to provide medical cover and support. Alex Chandler and Graeme Stewart complete the off field team.
Speaking ahead of the tournament Peter Lowis said
We like the format of the tournament and it’ll be a chance to get plenty of competitive minutes as a sqaud. We had a really good training session in Glasgow and are happy with where we are as a squad. Jim and I have been working hard to try and attract the best players we can to the Scotland squad and are willing to take a look at players who are eligible to play for Scotland.
The complete sqaud is as follows;
Jay Anderson (C) – Dundee Dragons
Michael Mellon – Dundee Dragons
David Birtles – Dundee Dragons
Gavin Dobson – Rochdale Hornets
Daniel Grant – Gravesend Dynamite
Callum Young – Leyland Warriors
Midge Hartley – RAF Rugby League
Dave Anderson – RAF Rugby League