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From 10:00am EDST (9:00am in Queensland) today, all fans will have the chance to book their place at the inaugural Indigenous All Stars v NRL All Stars game when tickets go on general sale.

Skilled Park will play host to this historic event on Saturday, February 13, 2010, with the best athletes from across the game coming together in the first match of its kind.

Tickets for the Indigenous All Stars v NRL All Stars game are available through Ticketek outlets, on 132 849 or

The 27,000 fans fortunate enough to be at Skilled Park on February 13 will bear witness to a truly historical match for the game of Rugby League. Thousands of club and MyNRL members have already snapped up tickets in an exclusive pre-sale offer.

The All Stars will not only display the incredible amount of skill in the code, but it will also celebrate Rugby League’s commitment to Indigenous culture and the contribution that Indigenous athletes make to the game.

In another first, it is the fans that ultimately select those players who take the field on each of the All Stars teams.

The Indigenous team will be captained by Preston Campbell and coached by Cowboys’ Neil Henry. The fans will decide a further 16-players that will join the team. Henry and the ARL Indigenous Council will choose the remaining three players on the 20-man squad.

The Indigenous All Stars side is currently open for voting through Voting is open for less than a month, closing on November 15.

The NRL All Stars side will see Australian and New Zealand captain, Darren Lockyer and Benji Marshall, as well as their deputies Cameron Smith and Adam Blair, play side by side. The remaining 16 places on the side will be decided by the fans in a public vote to take place in January 2010.

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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.

Acknowledgement of Country

National Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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