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Papalii in Roos frame

Raiders’ enforcer Josh Papalii is in contention for a starting spot in the Kangaroos pack for next week’s Test against New Zealand, as Broncos star Sam Thaiday remains in doubt with a calf injury.
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Papalii will have a last chance to impress national coach Tim Sheens and the selectors when the Raiders take on the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval on Sunday. Thaiday won’t have the same opportunity after the incumbent starting second-rower was ruled out of the Anzac Day clash with South Sydney.

Papalii is yet to play a midyear Test, but will be a strong chance after he stormed into the Kangaroos on the way to Australia winning the World Cup at the end of last season.

Sheens wouldn’t be drawn on whether Papalii would be selected, but said he would be among those mentioned to fill the starting spot if Thaiday was ruled out.

”If Josh’s form is up to scratch, he’s certainly being considered, it’s just a matter of his game time at club level,” Sheens said.

”Sam Thaiday’s in some sort of doubt, so that could open up not just a bench spot, but also a starting spot for not just Josh but other back-rowers.

”We’ll see what happens with Sam at the end of the week.”

Sheens said Papalii possessed a ”pretty good all-round game” and had shown himself to be more than capable of stepping up to Origin and international level.

”He’s got the running game you need as a back-rower these days on the edge, to worry the living daylights out of a seven or a six defending their own line and you’ve got to be able to take good yardage out of your own half,” Sheens said.

”You’ve got to read the defence as well and you’ve got to be able to make tackles on quicker backs and make good decisions.

”He’s got good skills with the ball and he showed that throughout the World Cup.”

Papalii came to the attention of Sheens after a recommendation from Kangaroos assistant coach and Papalii’s former mentor at the Raiders, David Furner.

A strong performance for the Prime Minister’s XI against PNG booked Papalii’s spot in the World Cup squad. He made the most of his chances in the pool games to be a bolter for the final.

The 21-year-old missed three games for the Raiders this year with an ankle injury, but has played the past two, including last Sunday’s 24-22 win against the Melbourne Storm.

“His form’s been pretty solid. He’s a big boy and needs game time,” Sheens said.

”We pick the team on Sunday, so we’re having a good look at the last round.

”The thing with all the boys that played last year is that they’ve got plenty of points with me, but they’ve still got to be playing reasonably good football.”

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