Justin Olam will step into the international arena when he suits up for Papua New Guinea this weekend.
The Storm outside back has been named to take on the Cook Islands this Saturday at Campbelltown Sports Stadium.
Olam has been in strong form for the Sunshine Coast Falcons in the Queensland Cup.
He previously played with the PNG Hunters before signing with Melbourne in the off-season.
1. Stargroth Amean – PNG Hunters
2. Justin Olam - Melbourne Storm
3. Thompson Teteh - Redcliffe Dolphins
4. Nene McDonald - St George Illawarra Dragons
5. Adex Were - PNG Hunters
6. Watson Boas - PNG Hunters
7. Ase Boas - PNG Hunters
8. Henry Noki - PNG Hunters
9. Wartovo Puara Jnr - PNG Hunters
10. Luke Page - Burleigh Bears
11. Rod Griffin – Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
12. Rhys Martin – Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
13. Stanton Albert - PNG Hunters
14. Tommy Butterfield - East Tigers
15. Willie Minoga - PNG Hunters
16. Wellington Albert - PNG Hunters
17. Richard Pandia - Ipswich Jets
18. Nixon Put - PNG Hunters