In pictures: Wigan Warriors stars who have earned Great Britain honours since 2000

This week details of the Great Britain 2019 Tour were revealed.

Thursday, 7th March 2019, 10:04 am
Updated Thursday, 7th March 2019, 11:48 am
Sean O'Loughlin

To mark their return after a 12-year hiatus we take a look at Wigan Warriors players who have worn the jersey since 2000 .

Having made his debut for Great Britain in the 1996 South Pacific tour, Terry OConnor appeared 14 times for the Lions. He retired from GB in 2002
Making his Great Britain debut in the 2004 Tri-Nations series, Sean OLoughlin has made 11 GB appearances to date

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Gary Connolly played 31 times for GB, making most of his appearances in the 1990s. But he also played in the 2001 Ashes Series
Paul Johnson made most of his 12 Great Britain appearances while at Wigan. He made his debut in 2001 and went on to play in the 2004 and 2005 Tri-Nations.
Making his Lions debut in 1998 while at Leeds, Terry Newton played 15 times for GB, including the 2001 Ashes Series, 2002 Test and in 2003 Ashes while at Wigan.
Radlinskiplay played 20 times for Great Britain, predominantly in the 2000s where he featured in the 2001 Ashes Series, 2002 Test defeat in Sydney and 2003 Ashes
Gareth Hock won four caps for Great Britain during his time at Wigan, including the 23-12 win over Australia in 2006
A Wigan Warrior between 2001 and 2005, Stephen Wild made one of his two GB appearances while at the club in 2004
Stuart Fielden won caps for Great Britain while at Wigan Warriors in 2006 against New Zealand, and Australia
Forcing his way into the Great Britain and Ireland team for the 2003 Ashes series, Carney made the first of his 14 GB appearances at the JJB Stadium.
While at Wigan, David Hodgson played on the wing for GB in a 2001 42-12 win over France.