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Last Updated: Monday, 26 September 2005, 10:06 GMT 11:06 UK
Scotland call up Super League six
Danny Brough
Danny Brough has been a key figure for Hull FC this season
Scotland have included six Super League players in their 20-man squad for this year's European Nations Cup campaign.

Danny Brough, Wayne McDonald, Duncan MacGillivray, Iain Morrison and Mike Wainwright are joined in the squad by uncapped hooker Ian Henderson.

There are also eight players from the National League, including Henderson's brother Andrew and Hull KR winger Jon Steel, a former union international.

Scotland's group games are against Wales (16 Oct) and Ireland (23 Oct).

Coach Steve McCormack has called up seven uncapped players in all and included the requisite six amateur players, four of whom must be in the matchday 17 to comply with tournament regulations.

The squad will gather on Monday, 10 October, to prepare to play Wales in Bridgend on Sunday, October 16, and Ireland in Glasgow a week later.

Scotland: Danny Brough (Hull), Andy Brown (Fife Lions), Steve Deviney (Easterhouse Panthers), Richard Fletcher (Castleford), Dougie Flockhart (Scotland Students), Andrew Henderson (Castleford), Ian Henderson (Bradford), Wade Liddell (Gateshead), Duncan MacGillivray (Wakefield), David McConnell (Rochdale), Wayne McDonald (Huddersfield), Andy McPhail (Clyde Bulls), Iain Morrison (Huddersfield), Gareth Morton (Hull KR), Mick Nanyn (Whitehaven), David Simm (Edinburgh Eagles), Jon Steel (Hull KR), Nick Surtees (St Albans Centurions), Mike Wainwright (Warrington), Oliver Wilkes (Leigh).

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