Ireland have named seven uncapped players in a 19-man squad to face the England Knights at Langtree Park this coming Saturday.
Leeds academy player Sean Casey, will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of his father Leo and brother Callum by playing for his country, is joined in the squad by fellow new boys Adam Hughes, Danny Bridge, James Mendicka, Anthony Mullally, Kurt Haggerty and John O'Donnell.
Mark Aston's squad includes six home-grown players in Wayne Kerr, Joe Taylor, Paddy Barcoe, Ian Cross, Aaron McCloskey and Hughes.
There are five Super League regulars in Widnes forwards Mullally, Haggerty and Dave Allen, Warrington back-rower Tyrone McCarthy and London Broncos three-quarter Jamie O'Callaghan.
Featherstone half-back Liam Finn will captain the side for the fourth time in a match that will be played as a curtain-raiser to England's game against the Exiles.
Full Ireland squad: Wayne Kerr (Country Cowboys), Elliott Cosgrove (Dewsbury) Adam Hughes, Joseph A Taylor, Paddy Barcoe (all Dublin City Exiles), Liam Finn, Michael Haley (both Featherstone), Sean Casey (Leeds), Jamie O'Callaghan (London Broncos), Pat Smith (Sheffield Eagles), Aaron McCloskey, Ian Cross (both St Helens), Danny Bridge, James Mendicka, Tyrone McCarthy (all Warrington), Anthony Mullally, Dave Allen, Kurt Haggerty (all Widnes), John O'Donnell (Wigan).