Great Britain Community Lions captain Sean Wildbore has spoken of his honour at captaining the side.
The Skirlaugh second rower will lead from the front tomorrow when the Lions finish their three-game tour with a test match against the South African Rhinos at Vanderbijlpark, Johannesburg, kick off 3pm.
“I was lucky enough to tour Australia in 2008 as a player but to do it again as captain is a massive honour,” said Wildbore.
“We’ve had a great tour so far and the lads have been very professional in all that they’ve done. We’re all now focussed on what will be a tough encounter against the Rhinos and we’ll go into the game in a confident manner after two polished displays so far.”
“Having said that we won’t be going into the game over confident. South Africa will be a very tough and physical side and we are under no illusions that it will be a real test for us.”
GB Community Lions – team to play South African Rhinos:
1 Paul Pendlebury (Wigan St Judes)
2 Chris Walker (Oulton Raiders)
3 Gavin Corfield (Wigan St Judes)
4 Wayne Leyland (Ince Rose Bridge)
5 Joe Budd (York Acorn)
6 Jordan Precious (Skirlaugh)
7 Tony Baker (Ince Rose Bridge)
8 Lee Brown (East Hull)
9 Anthony Atherton (Wigan St Patricks)
10 Scott Winstanley (Ince Rose Bridge)
11 Sean Wildbore (Skirlaugh)
12 Mark Holmes (Oulton Raiders)
13 Gary Middlehurst (Leigh East)
14 Ryan Smith (Leigh Miners Rangers)
15 Matty Bowers (Skirlaugh)
16 Kevin Thompson (Wath Brow Hornets)
17 David Dunwell (Normanton Knights)