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Indigenous All Stars favourite Johnathan Thurston will consult directly with team selectors on Thursday night courtesy of a live ‘chat’ on commencing  Thursday, November 6, at 7:30pm EDST (6:30pm in Queensland).

The Indigenous All Stars will become the first Rugby League team selected directly by fans and Jonathan will be available to discuss the fans thoughts on the side live from the UK as the VB Kangaroos prepare to head to Paris for this week’s Four Nations match against France by clicking here

Thurston is currently ranked third in the Indigenous All Stars team voting tally and is the public’s preferred choice to win the halfback jersey against the NRL All Stars at the Gold Coast’s Skilled Park Stadium on February 13.

He will also be answering questions about the VB Kangaroo’s Four Nations campaign, with the team set to play its final pool match this weekend.

More than 14,000 fans have registered their team for the Indigenous side, with Thurston joining Greg Inglis, Sam Thaiday, Tom Learoyd-Lahrs and Justin Hodges as the frontrunners in the voting tally.

Fans still have until November 15 to cast their vote at and be a part of this historic selection process.

Tickets to the inaugural All Stars clash are also available from Ticketek

As of 5pm EDST on Thursday the voting favourites include (in no particular order):


Leading Players


Rhys Wesser, Matthew Bowen, Nathan Merritt

Right Wing

Wendell Sailor, Jharal Yow Yeh, Jamal Idris

Right Centre

Justin Hodges, Greg Inglis, Willie Tonga

Left Centre

Greg Inglis, Timana Tahu, Jamal Idris

Left Wing

Nathan Merritt, Jharal Yow Yeh, Jamal Idris


Jamie Soward, Chris Sandow, Scott Prince


Johnathan Thurston, Luke Walsh, Scott Prince


Daine Laurie, George Rose, Carl Webb


PJ Marsh, Travis Waddell, Jake Friend


George Rose, Carl Webb, Tom Learoyd-Lahrs

Second Row

Sam Thaiday, Carl Webb, Cory Paterson

Second Row

Daine Laurie, Cory Paterson, Tom Learoyd-Lahrs


Cory Paterson, Yileen Gordon, Sam Thaiday  


Palmer Wapau, Jamie Soward, Willie Tonga, Timana Tahu, Scott Prince, Joel Thompson.

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