DARYL Clark and Peter Mata’utia could add their names to the list of Warrington Wolves players to have represented the Combined Nations All-Stars tomorrow.

Both are in head coach Ellery Hanley’s squad for the clash with England at The Halliwell Jones Stadium and if they feature, they would be the 15th and 16th players to represent the team while playing for Warrington.

Here’s a look at the others to do so in the All-Stars’ former guises – Other Nationalities and the Exiles…


The Welsh forward was Warrington’s first Other Nationalities representative, playing in the 26-11 loss to England at Bradford’s Park Avenue in 1905 before facing the same opposition at Wigan’s Central Park the following year – a game which ended in a 3-3 draw.

Thomas is among the club’s leading appearance makers having turned out 385 times for the club between 1903 and 1914, scoring 47 tries and kicking 191 goals.

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Another Welsh forward who played in the 1906 draw with England – his only Other Nationalities appearance.

Shugars also holds the distinction of being the club’s first Great Britain tourist in 1910. He played 212 for Warrington between 1904 and 1912, scoring 18 tries.

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The Welsh scrum-half scored two tries in his sole Other Nationalities run-out – a 27-20 loss to England at Headingley in 1929.

For Warrington, he scored 36 tries in 197 appearances between 1927 and 1934.


The Welsh centre/second row played for the Other Nationalities team against England in 1930 during his spell with Warrington.

He made 113 appearances for The Wire, including featuring in the 1928 Challenge Cup Final loss to Swinton. He scored nine tries, kicked one goal and one drop goal.


The Warrington Hall of Fame member played for Other Nationalities when they lost 34-27 to England at Workington’s Lonsdale Park in 1933.

One of Australia’s greatest all-round sportsmen, the centre scored 74 tries and kicked 70 goals in his 232 Wire games between 1931 and 1938 before becoming a top-class golfer, finishing third in the 1939 Open Championship at St Andrew’s.

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The great man played more Other Nationalities games than anyone else during his time with Warrington

He played 16 times for the team between 1949 and 1955 against the likes of England, Wales and France, scoring an incredible 26 tries in the process.

The Australian wing wizard’s remarkable 740 tries in 620 Warrington games between 1945 and 1962 remains a club record by far to this day in both facets, and he is immortalised by a statue outside The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

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The captain of Warrington’s Challenge Cup-winning side of 1950 played 12 games for Other Nationalities, scoring two tries and kicking 15 goals.

For Warrington, only Steve Hesford, Brian Bevan and Lee Briers have scored more points than the Australian forward’s total of 1,894, which encompasses 90 tries and 812 goals.

In total, he made 346 appearances for the club between 1948 and 1957.

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The last person to coach Wire to a league title all the way back in 1955, the legendary New Zealander played for Other Nationalities against Wales in 1953.

His playing record for Warrington stands at six tries and two goals in 37 appearances and as a coach, he led the club to back-to-back league titles and a double in 1953-54.

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The Hall of Fame Welsh half-back scored one try in two games for Other Nationalities during the 1955 European Rugby League Championship.

A 1953-54 double winner, Price made 113 appearances for Warrington between 1953 and 1957, scoring 16 tries.

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Playing alongside Price in those two games against England and France in 1955 was Irish hooker McKinney.

Another member of the club’s last title-winning side, McKinney played 64 games and scored three tries for Warrington between 1955 and 1957.

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When the concept was revived to give England a mid-season game against a side made up of UK-based players from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, Wire’s Kiwi international was a part of the first Exiles side in 2011.

He played as the Exiles beat England 16-12 at Headingley.

After signing from New Zealand Warriors, the second rower was part of the Wire side that lifted the Challenge Cup in 2009 and 2010 and the League Leaders’ Shield in 2011.

Overall, he made 104 appearances for the club, scoring 24 tries.

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During his three-season, 75-game spell with The Wire, the Australian full-back played in three Exiles fixtures against England in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

He captained the side in the second game of the series in 2012, scoring two tries and kicking four goals in a 32-20 win in Huddersfield.

Hodgson – now back in Super League as head coach of Hull FC – scored 39 tries and kicked 315 goals for the club and won the Lance Todd Trophy for playing an instrumental role in Wire’s 2012 Challenge Cup Final win over Leeds Rhinos.

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The prolific Australian winger scored two tries in three Exiles appearances against England, crossing in 2012’s 32-20 win in the second game of the series and again in 2013’s 30-10 loss at The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Monaghan had a remarkable try-scoring record for The Wire, touching down 145 times in as many appearances between 2011 and 2015.

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The big Australian second rower played the first game of the 2012 Exiles series and the sole 2013 clash with England.

Waterhouse made a big impression after signing from Penrith Panthers, scoring 19 tries in 82 appearances between 2012 and 2014.

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