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NRL Club Members have until 7pm tonight to snap up the first tickets for the inaugural Indigenous All Stars v NRL Stars game taking place at Skilled Park on the Gold Coast on Saturday, February 13, 2010. The exclusive pre-sale period for members opens this morning at 9am.

The All Stars game will kick-off the 2010 season and will celebrate Rugby League’s ongoing commitment to Indigenous culture, as well as showcase Rugby League’s best talent.

27,000 tickets will be available for purchase for the inaugural Indigenous All Stars v NRL All Stars clash and are available through Ticketek outlets, on 132 849 or

From 9am to 7pm tomorrow, Thursday, October 22, MyNRL members will be able to purchase their tickets. Anyone can become a MyNRL member for free by registering at

Tickets for the general public will go on sale from 9am on Monday, October 26, 2009.

In a first, fans are being asked to play the role of selector, with voting for the Indigenous All Stars opening this Saturday, October 24, 2009.

Preston Campbell has been named as captain of the 20-man Indigenous squad, with an additional three players to be chosen by the ARL Indigenous Council selectors and coach Neil Henry.

The public is being asked to select the 16 remaining team jerseys through

The NRL All Stars will be a rare collection of players that will include VB Kangaroos captain Darren Lockyer and vice-captain Cameron Smith, plus New Zealand captain and vice-captain Benji Marshall and Adam Blair.

A public vote for the remaining 16 players will take place throughout January 2010. The pre-requisite for the NRL All Stars is that one player from each NRL team must feature in the 16 voted by the public.

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Tickets are available through Ticketek on 132 849, at Ticketek outlets or online at New Zealand customers can call 0800 842 538 or +61 132 849. 


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