Australia A coach Jason Gilmore has named a 34-player squad for the upcoming tour of Japan in October.
Wallabies fullback Tom Banks is the key inclusion, making his return from a broken arm suffered in the first Test of 2022 against England.
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Banks is one of 12 capped Wallabies included as well as current squad members Jock Campbell and Langi Gleeson.
This includes the likes of Suliasi Vunivalu, Pone Fa'amausili and Lachlan Lonergan, with the three-match series designed to give extra game time to players as they push their case for the end-of-season tour.
“It’s great to have these three matches coming up to continue the development and give our players more game time against high-level international opposition," Gilmore said in a statement.
“With Dave Rennie’s guidance, we’ve picked the best possible players who are available and everyone’s really excited to put the work in on the training paddock and perform well over in Japan.”
NSW Waratahs new recruit Max Jorgensen has been named as the development player for the series, with the promising schoolboy signing with the club on Tuesday.
He is joined by Sevens flyer Mark Nawaqantiawase, returning to the 15-a-side game after featuring at the Commonwealth Games.
Brumbies lock Darcy Swain has also been selected, set to learn his fate at a SANZAAR Judiciary hearing on Wednesday evening.
Australia A made its long-anticipated return during July's Pacific Nations Cup, finishing second behind Samoa.
It will be the first time a Japan XV will take on the development side since 2008, set to kick off on Saturday, October 1 at Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium in Tokyo.
The action will then head to Best Denki Stadium in Fukuoka on October 8 before concluding in Osaka on October 14.
Australia A squad for Japan Tour
Richie Asiata, Queensland Reds
Tom Banks, ACT Brumbies
Ollie Callan, Western Force
Jock Campbell, Queensland Reds
Hudson Creighton, ACT Brumbies
Filipo Daugunu, Queensland Reds
Ben Donaldson, NSW Waratahs
Tane Edmed, NSW Waratahs
Pone Fa'amausili, Melbourne Rebels
Nick Frost, ACT Brumbies
Matt Gibbon, Melbourne Rebels
Langi Gleeson, NSW Waratahs
Ned Hanigan, NSW Waratahs
Isaac Henry, Queensland Reds
Archer Holz, NSW Waratahs
Harry Hoopert, Queensland Reds
Max Jorgensen*, NSW Waratahs
Bayley Kuenzle, Western Force
Lachlan Lonergan, ACT Brumbies
Ryan Lonergan, ACT Brumbies
Mark Nawaqanitawase, NSW Waratahs
Caderyn Neville, ACT Brumbies
Dylan Pietsch, NSW Waratahs
Billy Pollard, ACT Brumbies
Tom Robertson, Western Force
Rory Scott, ACT Brumbies
Ryan Smith, Queensland Reds
Hamish Stewart, Western Force
Darcy Swain, ACT Brumbies
James Tuttle, Melbourne Rebels
Seru Uru, Queensland Reds
Suli Vunivalu, Queensland Reds
Brad Wilkin, Melbourne Rebels
Teddy Wilson, NSW Waratahs
*denotes Development Player
Australia A vs Japan XV Tour
Saturday, October 1, at Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium in Tokyo
Saturday, October 8, at Best Denki Stadium in Fukuoka
Friday, October 14, at Yodoko Sakura Stadium in Osaka