Presented By. Blake Austin is back in the NRL's shopfront window two years after knocking back a lucrative Raiders extension, adamant he and his family have struck a priceless commodity in England. Austin has been brought into Wayne Bennett's World Nines squad and is eyeing a similar call-up to Great Britain thanks to his maternal grandmother's English upbringing.
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Parramatta-born Austin, 28, has 19 tries in 24 games for the Wolves and is England-qualified by virtue of his parental grandmother. The former Canberra, Penrith and Wests Tigers half played three games for Portugal earlier in his career. He is the only new face in the England EPS set-up. The EPS is designed to give Super League-based players opportunities to get together, train and build relationships. The Olympic coach who vanished before facing trial. Analysis and opinion from the BBC's rugby league correspondent. Get latest scores and headlines sent straight to your phone, sign-up to our newsletter and learn where to find us on online.
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The half-back revealed Huddersfield Giants' Aidan Sezer has returned home. Blake Austin has ruled out a return to Australia during the coronavirus pandemic, putting an end to rumours over a short-term NRL deal. It comes as Austin revealed his former Canberra Raiders team-mate Aidan Sezer has made the decision to leave Huddersfield and move back to his homeland until rugby league resumes in the United Kingdom. However, with the NRL set for a return on May 28, there has been speculation that some Super League players could be set for a short-term to help out those Down Under. The Super League has a real fight on its hands to really keep the game thriving and I am here to be a part of that. By William Jackson. Blake Austin in action for Great Britain. Sign up to the Hull Live newsletter for daily updates and breaking news Sign up here! When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.