Craig Kopczak available for Wales in European Championship
Last Updated: 21/09/15 10:50am
Former Wales captain Craig Kopczak has confirmed his availability for this year's European Championship.
The Huddersfield prop, who led Wales in the 2013 World Cup, sat out last year's tournament, in which his country lost all three matches to collect the wooden spoon, for personal reasons.
"I had a year out for a freshen up," said Kopczak, 28, who has won eight caps since making his debut in the 2011 Four Nations Series. "But now I'm really looking forward to getting back in the mix.
"I've not been involved in the Euros before so I'm excited to see what it's about, hopefully we'll bring the trophy back to Wales."
Castleford centre Michael Channing and Wakefield prop Anthony Walker have also put their hands up for Wales, who have home games against Scotland in Wrexham on Friday, October 16, and France at Cardiff Arms Park on Friday, October 30.