Mount Isa’s Billy McConnachie was on the losing side as Scotland were beaten 50-12 by Wales in the 2018 Rugby League European Championship last week.
The Ipswich Jets star left Mount Isa in 2013 and first represented Scotland, nicknamed the Bravehearts, in 2016, when they played Australia that year in the Four Nations tournament.
The former West Tigers prospect, now 29, qualifies for Scotland through his grandfather James Muir McConnachie who was from Glasgow.
McConnachie came on as a substitute in the game against Wales.
After that defeat McConnachie lines up in the Scottish squad against Ireland and France with the Championship winner and runner-up qualifying automatically for the 2021 World Cup.
He is one of two southern hemisphere players in the side with James Bell (New Zealand Warriors).
Billy has earned the nickname 'Madness' for his fearless running style.