ROSS Peltier, Jon Magrin and Omari Caro will be involved in Jamaica’s World Cup warm-up against France tomorrow night.

The Bulls trio are among a 20-man squad named by Glenn Morrison for the clash in Perpignan – the first meeting between the two nations.

The party landed in France last night after an 11-hour journey following an air traffic controllers strike in France that delayed their departure from Manchester.

JRLA director of rugby Romeo Monteith said: “It was a real strain on the players and management to be sitting around in the airport that long. However, they exhibited extreme patience and are happy to be in France to represent their country.

“The boys know how big a challenge this will be for us. France are the sixth ranked nation and we are 17th. We’re here to continue to show our brand and our ability and we will be doing all we can to ensure the French know they have been in a good game.”

The squad also includes former Bradford area players Danny Thomas, Jode Sheriffe, Richie Barnett and Jy-Mel Coleman.

Jamaica won their last international in August against Canada with 16 of the 17 players drawn from the country’s domestic leagues. This time, all 20 players selected are from the English professional leagues.