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Hunt recalled by Broncos for injured Milf

NZN 20/06/2017 Steve Zemek

Ben Hunt's demotion to reserve grade has been short-lived with the Brisbane playmaker recalled for Saturday's NRL clash with Canberra.

Hunt was sensationally dumped for the side's last start against South Sydney but is back in Wayne Bennett's 17 to face the Raiders at GIO Stadium due to Anthony Milford's shoulder injury.

After spending a week with Queensland Cup side Ipswich, the former Australian halfback has been named on the bench with Kodi Nikorima and veteran Benji Marshall to start.

Milford is expected to miss the next six weeks with a dislocated shoulder meaning Hunt has a chance to re-establish himself in the Broncos top side.

The Raiders will be boosted for the clash with the return of incumbent Australian prop Shannon Boyd from a knee problem.

Canterbury's Josh Reynolds has been named to return from his hamstring injury, setting up an intriguing clash with Warriors five-eighth Kieran Foran.

Foran - who is battling a quad injury but has been named to play - will arrive at Belmore next year, a move which has squeezed fan favourite Reynolds out of his junior club.

The Warriors will be without centre Solomone Kata due to family reasons.

North Queensland recruit Te Maire Martin is set for a possible showdown with his old club Penrith just days after exiting the foot of the mountains.

The Kiwis Test half was released from his contract to join Paul Green's side and has been named on an extended bench and could run out if Johnathan Thurston or Michael Morgan don't recover following State of Origin II.

Gold Coast winger Anthony Don has been named to return to face cellar dwellers Wests Tigers after recovering from a leg injury.

Tigers hooker Jacob Liddle has been named to start ahead of Matt McIlwrick.

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