Rugby League: GB Call Caps Harris' Return from Exile; GILLETTE TRI-NATIONS: BRITAIN V NEW ZEALAND, TOMORROW, KO 6.15PM

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Rugby League: GB Call Caps Harris' Return from Exile; GILLETTE TRI-NATIONS: BRITAIN V NEW ZEALAND, TOMORROW, KO 6.15PM


Byline: David BURKE

IESTYN HARRIS is on the brink of his first Great Britain cap for more than five years.

The ex-Welsh RU star has been named in Britain's 19-man squad by his Bradford boss Brian Noble for tomorrow's Gillette Tri-Nations clash against New Zealand at Huddersfield.

Harris, who has played only 13 matches for the Bulls since returning from a three-year exile with Cardiff RU, was left out of the British side which slipped to a last-gasp 12-8 defeat by Australia last Saturday.

But Harris, 28, is drafted into the squad alongside Paul Johnson, Sean O'Loughlin - both ill last week - and Mickey Higham.

Chev Walker and Steve Wild are axed, but Harris can expect to be at least among the subs.

Leeds try-machine Danny McGuire, who only played the last 20 minutes, will make his full debut at stand off.

Britain's build-up has been hampered by a virus with Andy Farrell among the victims. But there is little danger of Farrell missing his 31st cap and his 26th successive match as captain.

British coach Brian Noble said: "There are three or four players who are feeling ill. It's something we are having to keep on top off because it has been ricocheting between one player and another despite us trying to keep them eating and drinking separately."

Harris, who gained the last of his nine GB caps in the 26-4 defeat by New Zealand in Auckland in October 1999, said: "When I went to union I thought I'd played my last League international, but it's great to be back.

"We have the right blend of youth and experience and it's a better balanced squad than then."

British players, who need to win two of their last three matches to book a final place against Australia, have been handed a pounds 6,000-a-man incentive to land the Tri-Nations title. …

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