WARRINGTON Wolves pair Toby King and Tom Lineham played key roles in a 38-6 win for England Knights against Jamaica at Headingley.

Both Wire players featured in last year's tour with the Knights to Papua New Guinea and head coach Paul Anderson, who is also in charge of the academy at Warrington Wolves, was rewarded with calling on them again for the team's first ever meeting with the 2021 World Cup qualifiers.

Right-centre King was a class act as he assisted his winger Greg Minikin from Castleford Tigers to score a hat-trick of first-half tries and he also bagged one for himself before the break as England assembled 28-0 lead in the opening 40 minutes.

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Toby King's try and celebrations. Pictures: Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com

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Twice he provided precision passes to put his winger over and acted as a foil for the other as Minikin capitalised on a long pass from Salford Red Devils full-back Niall Evalds.

Lethal left winger Lineham notched a try in each half and had a third effort ruled out.

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Tom Lineham's first try and celebration against Jamaica. Pictures: Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com

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King and Lineham can now enjoy a break ahead of pre-season training for 2020.