Tongan head coach Jim Dymock is looking forward to his return to England.
The former Australian international forward spent four seasons playing for the London Broncos � the previous name for engage Super League club Harlequins RL � before retiring as a player and moving into coaching at the end of 2004.
Then he will look forward to bringing his squad across the world to take part in the world�s newest international Rugby League tournament, the Federation Shield.
�I can�t wait to get back to England,� he said �I really enjoyed my time playing with Broncos and it was a great place to play League.
�The Tongans are looking forward to playing in Europe but first we�ve got to concentrate on the World Cup qualifiers.
�At the end of that process we�ll consider who goes to Europe for the Federation Shield.
�We�re seeking to bring players with experience of playing in the Australian National Rugby League but we can�t be certain who we�ll have available until we know which players the NRL clubs will release, and if we sustain any injuries in the World Cup qualifiers.�
Prop Moimoi is a cult hero with his Australian club having had a song written about him by an Australian radio station and his own fan club called the �Fuifui Express�
Their encounter will be one half of a double headed start to the tournament with England playing France at Headingley Carnegie Stadium later the same day.
They will all be aiming for a place in the Federation Shield Final at Halton Stadium, Widnes on Sunday, November 12.