THREE former North Ballarat Rebels have been selected in an Indigenous Australian Rules team to play Ireland later this month.
Port Adelaide's Jake Neade and Melbourne youngster Dom Barry will make the trip to Ireland as part of a 21-strong squad after just the one year on AFL senior lists.
Barry is yet to play with the Demons.
Neade debuted for Port in round one and was nominated for the AFL Rising Star Award in round 13.
He played in 16 games.
They join another ex-Rebel, Nathan Lovett-Murray, who announced his retirement at Essendon at the end of the season.
Sydney Swans great Michael O'Loughlin is coach.
The series will feature two Test matches on October 19 and on October 26.
Tony Armstrong (Sydney Swans)
Dominic Barry (Melbourne)
Eddie Betts (Adelaide)
Alwyn Davey (Essendon)
Aaron Davey (Melbourne)
Shaun Edwards (GWS)
Cameron Ellis-Yolmen (Adelaide)
Jarrod Harbrow (Gold Coast)
Joshua Hill (West Coast)
Leroy Jetta (Essendon)
Lewis Jetta (Sydney Swans)
Nathan Lovett-Murray (Essendon)
Ashley McGrath (Brisbane Lions)
Steven Motlop (Geelong)
Jake Neade (Port Adelaide)
Mathew Stokes (Geelong)
Lindsay Thomas (North Melbourne)
Sharrod Wellingham (West Coast)
Daniel Wells (North Melbourne)
Christopher Yarran (Carlton)