The GYG Latin Heat – representing the best of Latin American heritage youth players – have named their team to participate in the NRL One Community Redfern Nines on Saturday, September 19.
1.Jordan Ramos (Brazil)
2.Lochlan Keegan (Argentina)
3.Eduardo Vega-Valderrama (Argentina/Bolivia)
4.Paul Vitale (Chile)
5.Mana Castillo-Sioni (Chile)
6.Javier Britos (Uruguay)
7.Jonathon Xavier (Brazil)
8.Andrew Foai (Chile)
9.Steven Azzopardi (Spain – Guest)
10.James Gonclaves (Brazil)
11.Dahcell Ramos-Malo (Ecuador)
12.Junior Alarcon (El Salvador)
13.Richard Hernandez (Chile)
14.Michael Bolz (Uruguay)
15.Luke Morrissey (Uruguay)
Coach: Steve Anson / Gabriel Keegan
Trainers: Kim Britos / Robert Burgin / Eduardo Wegener
Games get underway from 10am at Sydney University (St Johns Oval), Parramatta Road, Camperdown.
Latin Heat will play its first pool game v South Sydney Indigenous at 10.40am and second pool game at 11.20am v Malta.
Finals begin 12:20pm, with semi-finals at 2:20pm and the Grand Final at 3:40pm.
POOL A – Latin Heat, South Sydney Indigenous, Malta
POOL B – Mediterranean, NSWRL Young Achievers, Cook Islands
POOL C – NSW Maori, Australian Italian, Australian Fijian Koroisau
POOL D – NSW Samoa, Australian Fijian Naiqama, Africa United.
All participants in this competition are 17 or 18 years of age.