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2021 NRL All Stars Team News

The first teams have been named for the NRL season, with the Indigenous vs Māori sides announced for the Townsville game on February 20.

NRL All Stars: Indigenous Vs Māori 

Venue: Queensland Country Bank Stadium
Date: Saturday February 20, 2021 (7:10pm local)

Indigenous

1. Latrell Mitchell, 2. Blake Ferguson, 3. Jack Wighton, 4. Jesse Ramien, 5. Alex Johnston, 6. Cody Walker, 7. Jamal Fogarty, 8. Andrew Fifita, 9. Reuben Cotter, 10. Josh Kerr, 11. David Fifita, 12. Tyrell Fuimaono, 13. Tyrone Peachey, 14. Corey Thompson, 15. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, 16. Cade Cust, 17. Chris Smith, 18. Zac Saddler, 19. Josh Curren, 20. Brian Kelly.

Revised side named after the following players became unavailable: Josh Addo-Carr and Wade Graham.

Māori

1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, 2. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, 3. Joseph Manu, 4. Dylan Walker, 5. Patrick Herbert, 6. Jarome Luai, 7. Benji Marshall, 8. Russell Packer, 9. Jeremy Marshall-King, 10. James Fisher-Harris, 11. Briton Nikora, 12. Jordan Riki, 13. Joseph Tapine, 14. Issac Luke, 15. Emre Pere, 16. Zane Musgrove, 17. Jackson Topine, 18. Esan Marsters, 20. Daejarn Asi, 22. Wiremu Greig.

Revised side named after the following players became unavailable: Reimis Smith, Jahrome Hughes, Jesse Bromwich, Brandon Smith, Kenneath Bromwich, Kevin Proctor and Nelson Asofa-Solomona. Bailey Simonsson withdrew through injury.

This poll has ended (since 13 days).

Who will win the 2021 Men's All Star game?

Māori
71.43%
Indigenous
28.57%

Who will win the 2021 Women's All Star game?

Māori
57.14%
Indigenous
42.86%
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NRL-W All Stars: Indigenous Vs Māori 

Venue: Queensland Country Bank Stadium
Date: Saturday February 20, 2021 (4:40pm local)

Indigenous

1. Jaime Chapman, 2. Taleena Simon, 3. Monique Donovan, 4. Jasmine Peters, 5. Letica Quinlan, 6. Talia Fuimaono, 7. Akira Kelly, 8. Kaitlyn Phillips, 9. Quincy Dodd, 10. Caitlan Johnston, 11. Shaniah Power, 12. Shaylee Bent, 13. Tallisha Harden, 14. Lailee Phillips, 15. Keilee Joseph, 16. Olivia Kernick, 17. Abelee Stanley, 18. Ngalika Barker.

Māori

1. Corban McGregor, 2. Botille Vette-Welsh, 3. Amy Turner, 4. Hayley Tipene, 5. Jodeci Nicholson, 6. Zahara Temara, 7. Crystal Tamarua, 8. Nita Maynard, 9. Kennedy Cherrington, 10. Maya Hill-Moana, 11. Zali Eve Fay, 12. Rona Peters, 13. Lavinia Gould, 14. Shannon Mato, 15. Raecene McGregor, 16. Roxy Murdoch, 17. Page McGregor, 18. Shanice Parker.

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