TWO Workington own players are among the Cumbrian faces called up for international duties ahead of this years Rugby League World Cup.

Workington Towns Alex Young will be a new face in the Jamaica side as they compete in the international tournament this autumn.

Popular townie Joe Brown will also continue his service in the Jamaica squad alongside Young.

The Reggae Warriors are drawn in Group C and will face Ireland at Headingley, Leeds (October 16), 2008 World Cup winners New Zealand at the MKM Stadium, Hull (October 22) and Lebanon at Leigh Sports Village (October 30).

They are not the only players from Cumbrian teams that will be called up to world cup service.

Following their impressive performances in this year's Championship four Whitehaven  players have been called up to three of the national teams that will compete in this years epic showcase of rugby league

Will Evans made his international debut mid-season for Wales in their Test against France and will go on to represent the side in this year's world cup.

Former town Hooker Curtis Davies, was sent to Whitehaven mid season,  will also play for Wales.

Popular Whitehaven prop Guy Graham has been called up to the Scotland squad ahead of the world cup.

Haven's Ryan King will continue his stay in the Italy squad throughout this years world cup.