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Ash Wellings v Martin Gaut, Pete Farmer v Aaron King, Keith Wall v Jamie King, Tom Roden v Darrell Handley.
Produced in association with Participant Media, Anonymous Content, the film has Liza Chasin, Jonathan King, Tom McCarthy and the late Steve Golin as its producers.
Super League leaders St Helens have Jack Ashworth, Matt Lees and Danny Richardson in the 37-strong squad, while they are joined by Warrington's Toby King, Tom Lineham, Dec Patton, Joe Philbin and Danny Walker.
REPLACEMENTS: Scott Otten, Gareth Thomas, Alex Jeffries, Lloyd Ashley, James King, Tom Habberfield, Luke Price, Owen Watkin.
BIRMINGHAM MOSELEY for 2017/18 - Retained: Chris Brightwell, Jacques Le Roux, Aaron Crofts, Mike Penn, Tim Molenaar, Mark Harrison, Greg King, Tom Fidler.
Conor Dunne and Dayne Peacock are also unavailable next year for similar reasons, on top of the fact that Ross King, Tom Delaney and John Purcell are out with longterm injuries, though several players have been added to the panel after showing good form on the club scene this year.
Cash-strapped Rovers have had a tough summer with key trio Josh King, Tom Cairney and Rudy Gestede leaving and Rhodes being constantly linked with a move elsewhere.
After nine years in Emmerdale playing Carl King, Tom is enjoying the chance to show off his musical skills, including playing the guitar, although he has no regrets about his lengthy stint in the ITV soap.
Along with Winfrey is David Oyelowo, who will portray the late Martin Luther King Jr., Carmen Ejogo as Coretta Scott King, Tom Wilkinson as President Lyndon B.
Paul King, Tom Silver, Lee Bendan, Loren Quick and Danny Clark (2) were the Rumney try scorers, with Clark converting four.
King, Tom Jones, Aretha Franklin, Bill Cosby, Kenny Rogers, The Moody Blues, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Crosby and Nash, Trace Adkins, Regis Philbin, Susan Lucci, Patti LaBelle, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jennifer Hudson, Melissa Etheridge, k.d.
Ovitz; director, Graves; writers, Silverstein, Marcel, Braga, Fury; camera, Nelson Cragg; production designers, Carlos Barbosa, Joseph Hodges; editors, Jeff Betancourt, Caroline Ross, Henk Van Eeghen; music, Brian Tyler; casting, Cami Patton, Christine King, Tom McSweeney.