In a joint New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) and National Rugby League (NRL) announcement today at the NZRL headquarters, two major new international fixtures have now been confirmed to be played in New Zealand.
Kick-off 5.30pm AEST, Campbelltown Stadium. Game televised live on Fox Sports 2.
Tonga have named a 19 man squad for their International Pacific Test against Fiji this Saturday May 6th at Campbelltown Stadium.
The Tonga National Rugby League has announced the following preliminary train-on squad ahead of the World Cup qualifier against Cook Islands on October 17 at 7.30pm at Campbelltown Stadium.
Tonga coach Kristian Woolf said: "Not only is there a lot riding on the game in terms of a spot in the 2017 World Cup, it is also a chance for us to get together as a team and keep building on the momentum created after the May Test against Samoa.
Tonga have named their test line-up for the 2015 Pacific Test double header taking place this Saturday 2nd of May on the Gold Coast.
Tonga were the initial title holders of the Pacific Test when they defeated Samoa 36 - 4 in Penrith back in 2013 when the Pacific Test concept was born.
Tonga has today announced their 17-man team to take on the PNG Kumuls in a fully sanctioned International Test Match in Lae this Sunday 19th October 2014. The Tongans will arrive into Port Moresby on Wednesday
Current Broncos Assistant Coach Kristian Woolf who has recently taken on the Head Coaching job of the new Intrust Super Cup Team the Townsville Blackhawks for 2015 coaches the Tongans.
Tonga head coach Charles Tonga has named his 19 man squad to play Cook Islands at Leigh Sports Village on Tuesday (20:00)