Later this Season, former St Helens Ahead James Graham will captain England at the World Cup Nines in Sydney.
The St George Illawarra Dragons brace is just one of six NRL-based players in the 16-strong group, together with the rest.
Eleven of the celebration will stay on from the hemisphere to Share in this four-match Great Britain tour of New Zealand and Papua New Guinea, including Castleford Tigers half-back Jake Trueman.
Graham, 34, who obtained five Great Britain caps in 2006-7 and captained England at 2010, is united in the Nines squad by former Wigan Warriors prop Ryan Sutton and his Canberra Raiders team-mate Elliott Whitehead.
There is also a call-up in the Nines along with the Lions squads for former Leeds Rhinos winger Ryan Hall – Englands listing try-scorer who now plays for Sydney Roosters – Warrington Wolves-bound Gareth Widdop and Tom Burgess but there isnt any location for ex-Leeds captain Kallum Watkins, currently with Gold Coast Titans.
George Williams is the Wigan participant in the Nines squad, which does not include any of the players out of St Helens and Super League Grand Finalists Salford Red Devils.
Its been confirmed that Warrington pair Daryl Clark and Jack Hughes, Huddersfield Giants winger Jermaine McGillvary and Hull FC usefulness back Jake Connor may remain on for your Great Britain tour.
Sam Tomkins, Reece Lyne, Ash Handley and Liam Watts are put on standby to the Lions, using the complete 24-man vacationing party to be announced on Monday week, two days after the Super League Grand Final.
A variety of players, such as John Bateman and Josh Hodgson and Warrington stand-off Blake Austins Canberra pair, were not considered because of its Nines because of trauma but are expected to be readily available for the Great Britain tour.
England have been drawn for the inaugural Nines tournament, which will be played on October 18 and 19, at the Bankwest Stadium, Sydney.
England squad: James Graham, Gareth Widdop (equally St George Illawarra Dragons), Tom Burgess (South Sydney Rabbitohs), Daryl Clark, Jack Hughes (equally Warrington Wolves), Jake Connor (Hull FC), Ryan Hall (Sydney Roosters), Ash Handley (Leeds Rhinos), Reece Lyne (Wakefield Trinity), Jermaine McGillvary (Huddersfield Giants), Elliot Whitehead, Ryan Sutton (both Canberra Raiders), Sam Tomkins (Catalans Dragons), Jake Trueman, Liam Watts (both Castleford Tigers), George Williams (Wigan Warriors).