on 16 October 2022
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Group C- Ireland, Jamaica, Lebanon, New Zealand
Head Coach: Romeo Monteith
Capt. Joe Brown
World Cup Appearances: N/A
Squads: Jy-Mel Coleman, Jordan Andrade, Jacob Ogden, Alex Young, Joe Brown, Ben Jones-Bishop, Joel Farrell, Abevia McDonald, Mo Agoro, Bradley Ho, Kieran Rush, Michael Lawrence, Ashton Golding, James Woodburn-Hall, Renaldo Wade, Marvin Thompson, Andrew Simpson, Khamisi McKain, Chevaughn Bailey, Keenen Tomlinson, Ross Peltier, Aaron Jones-Bishop, AJ Wallace, Greg Johnson.
The Jamaicans stamped their ticket to this year's competition with a 16-10 victory over the Americans in Jacksonville in 2018 after failing to qualify for the World Cups in 2013 and 2017.
They have managed to defeat the Americans once again in Kingston in 2019 and drew with Scotland in Featherstone at the end of last year since defeating them in what was the biggest victory in the nation's brief rugby league history.
Head Coach: Ged Corcoran
Capt. George King
World Cup Appearances: 4 (2000, 2008, 2013, 2017)
Squads: Michael Ward, Louis Senior, Innes Senior, Harry Rushton, Henry O’Kane, Dan Norman, Richie Myler, Robbie Mulhern, Ronan Michael, James McDonnell, Ben Mathiou, George King, Toby King, Joe Keyes, Luke Keary, Jaimin Jolliffe, , James Hasson, Frankie Halton, Josh Cook, Ed Chamberlain, Liam Byrne, Keanan Brand, James Bentley.
The Wolfhounds have not competed on a global scale since the European Qualifiers prior to COVID. They hope to advance past the group stage for the first time since 2008.
They will begin their competition in Leeds against World Cup rookies Jamaica, before moving to Leeds to face Lebanon and ending their group stage against powerhouses New Zealand.
They will hope to beat a brave but inexperienced Jamaican team before facing Lebanon in a very important game that will likely decide who moves on to the next round.
Jamaica (Headingley Stadium, Leeds)
Lebanon (Leigh Sports Village, Leigh)
New Zealand (Headingley Stadium, Leeds)