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The Canberra Raiders have named their squad to commence the 2019 season.

The Green Machine started pre-season training on Thursday (November 1), with the bulk of the squad returning to Raiders HQ to commence preparation for the 2019 season.

The clubs five International players still involved in the England v New Zealand Test Series will return to training early in 2019, after they finish their representative commitments. New recruit Ryan Sutton is due to arrive for training on November 9 after enjoying some much-earned time off following his Super League Grand Final win for Wigan.

The current NRL contracted squad stands at 27 players, with a number of train and trial players vying for a position in the clubs final 30-man squad. The three open positions in the squad are also open for the possibility of recruiting players from outside the club before the start of the new season.

John Bateman and Ryan Sutton headline the new faces in this year's squad, with Corey Horsburgh, Sebastian Kris and Hudson Young all promoted into the top 30.

The Raiders have also confirmed four of their six development players for the 2019 season, with Brendan O'Hagan, Andre Niko, Kyle Paterson and Paul Roache all training fulltime.

The Raiders under 20s squad will be finalised in the next week or two, with some players from within that squad having the opportunity to train with the NRL during the pre-season.

2019 Canberra Raiders Pre-Season squad

TOP 30

Brad Abbey, John Bateman, Luke Bateman, Nick Cotric, Jarrod Croker, Emre Guler, Siliva Havili, Ata Hingano, Josh Hodgson, Corey Horsburgh, Royce Hunt, Liam Knight, Sebastian Kris, Joey Leilua, Dunamis Lui, Jack Murchie, Michael Oldfield, Josh Papalii, Jordan Rapana, Aidan Sezer, Sia Soliola, Ryan Sutton, Joe Tapine, Elliott Whitehead, Jack Wighton, Sam Williams, Hudson Young.

Development Players

Andre Niko, Brendan O'Hagan, Kyle Paterson, Paul Roache

Train and Trial Players

Lachlan Cooper, Dan Keir, Matt Lyons, Makahesi Makatoa, Reuben Porter, Tony Satini.

Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.