Jarrod Sammut is the marquee name in Malta’s 37-man squad for this October’s Autumn internationals against Ireland and Thailand.
The Maltese will play the Ireland with coach Chris Parker in charge, before heading to Thailand to take on a representative side later in the month – and the Workington half-back is included alongside a host of domestic names. Hemel’s Kyal Greene is among the other English-based players involved.
“We have two great internationals this year,” said Parker.
“Ireland are doing great things domestically and if you follow their social media the game is really progressing over there.
“Thailand are pulling out all the stops to put on a show in Chiang Mai and look to be assembling a squad that will test out our boys.”
However, Parker will be unavailable for the trip to Thailand, meaning Peter Cassar will instead be in charge for the game in Chiang Mai.
Malta squad to face Ireland and Thailand in October:
Aaron Weston, Andrew Muscat, Beau Sciberras, Ben Stone, Blake Phillips, Chris Parker, CJ Rapinette, Danny Burke, Dean Zammit, Dragan Cerketa, Gary Hili, Jake Attard, Jake Lennox, Jake Lynch, Jake Mamo, Jake Webster, Jarrod Sammut, Jayden Azzopardi, Jean Pierre Zarb, Joe Briggs, Jonathan Trott, Jonathon Magrin, Josh Hardy, Julian Caruana, Justin Barlogio, Kaine Dimech, Karl Cassar, Kyal Greene, Malcolm Attard, Matthew Thompson, Nathan Falzon, Paul Parkinson, Robin Cutajar, Sam Keep, Sam Stone, Thomas Vella, Zachariah Micallef