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2022 NRL All Stars: Teams and History

The All Stars game at Parramatta will be the 11th edition of the season opening game which has featured the Indigenous All Stars playing against the NRL All Stars, World All Stars and Maori All Stars.

All Star Squads

Kick-off: Saturday February 12 at 8:10pm (Sydney time) at CommBank Stadium

Related: NRL-W All Stars Teams and History

Final squads released Tuesday, February 8.

Indigenous All Stars

Captain: Josh Addo-Carr

Original squad: Albert Kelly, Alex Johnston, Andrew Fifita, Braydon Trindall, David Fifita, Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, Jack Bird, Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, Jesse Ramien, Josh Curran, Josh Kerr, Kotoni Staggs, Nicho Hynes, Reuben Cotter, Ryan James, Selywn Cobbo, Tyrell Fuimaono, Will Kennedy, Will Smith, Brent Naden, Shaquai Mitchell.

Final squad: 1. William Kennedy, 2. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, 3. Jesse Ramien, 4. Brent Naden, 5. Josh Addo-Carr (c), 6. Nicho Hynes, 7. Braydon Trindall, 8. Andrew Fifita, 9. Reuben Cotter, 10. Ryan James, 11. David Fifita, 12. Tyrell Fuimaono, 13. Josh Curran, 14. Albert Kelly, 15. Will Smith, 16. Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, 17. Josh Kerr, 18. Selwyn Cobbo, 19. Tyrell Sloan, 20. Shaquai Mitchell.

Coach: Laurie Daley

Maori All Stars

Original squad: Briton Nikora, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Dylan Walker, Erin Clark, Esan Marsters, James Fisher-Harris, Jayden Nikorima, Jazz Tevaga, Jordan Rapana, Joseph Tapine, Kenny Bromwich, Kevin Proctor, Kodi Nikorima, Morgan Harper, Pasami Saulo, Patrick Herbert, Reimis Smith, Royce Hunt, TC Robati, Tuku Hau Tapuha

Final squad: 1. Jordan Rapana, 2. Morgan Harper, 3. Dylan Walker, 4. Reimis Smith, 5. Patrick Herbert, 6. Chanel Harris-Tavita, 7. Kodi Nikorima, 8. Joseph Tapine, 9. Erin Clark, 10. James Fisher-Harris, 11. Kenny Bromwich, 12. Briton Nikora, 13. Jazz Tevaga, 14. Esan Marsters, 15. Royce Hunt, 16. TC Robati, 17. Kevin Proctor, 18. Tuku Hau Tapuha, 19. Jayden Nikorima, 20. Wiremu Greig.

Coach: David Kidwell

* COVID-related issues may have an impact on both squads

Related: 2022 NRL Trials and Results

All Stars Stats

Team Records

Points Scored: 372 (Indigenous All Stars 210, NRL All Stars 88, Maori All Stars 54, World All Stars 20)
Most Points in a Game: 64 (2012)
Average Points Per Game: 37.2
Highest Team Score: 36 (NRL All Stars, 2012)
Lowest Team Score: 6 (NRL All Stars 2013, 2015)
Biggest Winning Margin: 26 (Indigenous 2013, 2017)
Smallest Winning Margin*: 4 (Indigenous 2010, World All Stars 2016)
Average Winning Margin: 13.2
* excludes 2021 match which was drawn

Individual Scoring Records

Try Scorers

4 Dane Gagai (Indigenous 2, Maori 2), Ben Barba (Indigenous)
3 Nathan Merritt (Indigenous), Blake Ferguson (Indigenous), Reece Robinson (Indigenous)
2 Dylan Walker (Maori 1, NRL All Stars 1), Josh Dugan (NRL All Stars), Josh Addo-Carr (Indigenous), Brandon Smith (Maori), Leilani Latu (Indigenous), Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (Maori), Greg Inglis (Indigenous)
1 Jordan Riki (Maori), Chris Grevsmuhl (Indigenous), Josh Kerr (Indigenous), Bevan French (Indigenous), Jharal Yow Yeh (Indigenous), Ashley Taylor (Indigenous), Josh Curran (Indigenous), David Fifita (Indigenous), Kodi Nikorima (Maori), David Mead (World All Stars), Cody Walker (Indigenous), Alex Johnston (Indigenous), Johnathan Thurston (Indigenous), Esan Marsters (Maori), Benji Marshall (NRL All Stars), Frank Pritchard (NRL All Stars), Brett Morris (NRL All Stars), Luke Lewis (NRL All Stars), Josh Morris (NRL All Stars), Manu Vatuvei (NRL All Stars), Konrad Hurrell (NRL All Stars), Michael Jennings (NRL All Stars), Luke Bailey (NRL All Stars), Nene MacDonald (World All Stars), Jamie Soward (Indigenous), Matt Bowen (Indigenous), Paul Gallen (NRL All Stars), Akuila Uate (NRL All Stars), Semi Radradra (World All Stars), Ben Jones (Indigenous), Wendell Sailor (Indigenous), Jack Bird (Indigenous), Shaun Kenny-Dowall (NRL All Stars), Jack Reed (NRL All Stars), Will Chambers (Indigenous), James Roberts (Indigenous), Jarryd Hayne (NRL All Stars)

Point Scorers

38 Johnathan Thurston (Indigenous)
20 Benji Marshall (NRL All Stars)
16 Dane Gagai (Indigenous 8, Maori 8), Ben Barba (Indigenous)
14 Blake Ferguson (Indigenous)
12 Nathan Merritt (Indigenous), Reece Robinson (Indigenous)
10 Latrell Mitchell (Indigenous)
8 Leilani Latu (Indigenous), Josh Dugan (NRL All Stars), Josh Addo-Carr (Indigenous), Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (Maori), Brandon Smith (Maori), Kalyn Ponga (Maori), Dylan Walker (NRL All Stars 4, Maori 4).
Greg Inglis.
6 Adam Reynolds (World All Stars 4, NRL All Stars 2).
4 Josh Kerr (Indigenous), Jordan Riki (Maori), Konrad Hurrell (World All Stars), David Mead (World All Stars), Josh Curran (Indigenous), Bevan French (Indigenous), Cody Walker (Indigenous), Esan Marsters (Maori), David Fifita (Indigenous), Ashley Taylor (Indigenous), Frank Pritchard (NRL All Stars), Cameron Smith (NRL All Stars), Brett Morris (NRL All Stars), Chris Grevsmuhl (Indigenous), Luke Bailey (NRL All Stars), Josh Morris (NRL All Stars), Manu Vatuvei (NRL All Stars), Kodi Nikorima (Maori), Michael Jennings (NRL All Stars), Alex Johnston (Indigenous), Nene MacDonald (World All Stars), Jharal Yow Yeh (Indigenous), Luke Lewis (NRL All Stars), Paul Gallen (NRL All Stars), Matt Bowen (Indigenous), Scott Prince (Indigenous), Ben Jones (Indigenous), Shaun Kenny-Dowall (NRL All Stars), Akuila Uate (NRL All Stars), Will Chambers (Indigenous), Jack Bird (Indigenous), Semi Radradra (World All Stars), Jack Reed (NRL All Stars), Wendell Sailor (Indigenous), James Roberts (Indigenous), Jamie Soward (Indigenous), Jarryd Hayne (NRL All Stars).
2 Patrick Herbert (Maori), Tyrone Roberts (Indigenous), Aiden Sezer (Indigenous), Jarrod Croker (NRL All Stars), Jordan Kahu (Maori), Adam Blair (Maori), Jamal Fogarty (Indigenous), Chris Sandow (Indigenous).

* no field goals have been scored in the event’s history.

All Stars History

All Stars Game 10, 2021: Maori All Stars 10 Indigenous All Stars 10 (Townsville)

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Match Report: the Maori All Stars led 10-2 before the Indigenous All Stars fought back. Latrell Mitchell’s penalty goal in the 79th minute saw the first draw in the event’s history.

All Stars Game 9, 2020: Maori All Stars 30 Indigenous All Stars 16 (Robina)

Match Report: the Maori All Stars won their first All Stars match thanks to a brace from Brandon Smith in the final ten minutes, storming home against the Indigenous All Stars 30-16.

All Stars Game 8, 2019: Indigenous All Stars 34 Maori All Stars 14 (Melbourne)

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Match Report: Brisbane Broncos rookie David Fifita was outstanding in the Indigenous All Stars 34-14 win over the Maori All Stars in their first All Stars meeting.

All Stars Game 7, 2017: Indigenous All Stars 34 World All Stars 8 (Newcastle)

Match Report: Johnathan Thurston starred for the Indigenous side in their 34-8 win over the World All Stars in Newcastle. Jarrod Croker’s knee injury was a concern for the Raiders.

All Stars Game 6, 2016: World All Stars 12 Indigenous All Stars 8 (Brisbane)

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Match Report: James Graham won the Preston Campbell medal for best on field as the World All Stars won in their debut game 12-8 at Suncorp Stadium.

All Stars Game 5, 2015: Indigenous All Stars 20 NRL All Stars 6 (Gold Coast)

Match Report: The Indigenous All Stars scored twenty unanswered points after half-time to run out comfortable 20-6 winners over the NRL All Stars.

All Stars Game 4, 2013: Indigenous All Stars 32 NRL All Stars 6 (Brisbane)

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Ben Barba and Reece Robinson scored hat-tricks for the Indigenous All Stars in their 32-6 victory over the NRL All Stars at Suncorp Stadium.

All Stars Game 3, 2012: NRL All Stars 36 Indigenous All Stars 28 (Robina)

The NRL All Stars recorded back-to-back victories in the event in their 36-28 win over the Indigenous All Stars after trailing 22-12 at the half-time break.

All Stars Game 2, 2011: NRL All Stars 28 Indigenous All Stars 12 (Gold Coast)

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Tries to Paul Gallen, Shaun Kenny-Dowall and Akuila Uate in the second quarter guided the NRL All Stars to their first victory of the event over the Indigenous All Stars.

All Stars Game 1, 2010: Indigenous All Stars 16 NRL All Stars 12 (Gold Coast)

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Jamie Soward’s match-winning try in the 74th minute saw the Indigenous All Stars defeat the NRL All Stars 16-12. Preston Campbell was the captain of the inaugural Indigenous side while Darren Lockyer was nominated as the skipper for the NRL All Stars outfit. Wendell Sailor was the first try scorer in the event’s history, crossing over after three minutes.

Note: no event was held in 2014 or 2018.

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