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The 2020 NRL Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars will return to the Gold Coast, a decade after the inaugural match was played at the now Cbus Super Stadium.
The 2019 Harvey Norman All-Stars is back with a bang with a new generation of Indigenous and Maori players selected to kick-off the 2019 rugby league season.
The NRL today welcomed a $500,000 Federal Government grant for the game’s Pacific Strategy, which uses rugby league to deliver important programs around health, education and other social issues.
The Hon Julie Bishop, Minister for Foreign Affairs, made the announcement in Townsville today alongside NRL chief executive Dave Smith and Ewen Jones, the Federal Member for Herbert.
Rugby League Immortal and incumbent Kangaroos coach, Mal Meninga has extended his contract through to the end of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup in England.
Two of the oldest cultures in the world will headline the start of the 2019 NRL season on Friday 15 February, when the Australian Indigenous All-Stars take on the New Zealand Maori Kiwis at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
Harvey Norman Jillaroos Coach, Brad Donald has named four Jillaroos debutants in the team to face the Cook Islands first up in the 2017 Women’s Rugby League World Cup.
The game’s finest Indigenous players will clash with a new World All Stars team following a revamp of the Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars concept.
NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg today announced that next year’s match, to be played on February 13 at Suncorp Stadium, will feature the Indigenous All Stars against the newly-termed World All Stars.
James Tedesco, Latrell Mitchell, Luke Keary and Damian Cook will make their Test debuts for the Australian Kangaroos in the Trans-Tasman Test Match against the New Zealand Kiwis at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland on Saturday evening.