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Australia's record Indigenous representation of Greg Inglis, Alex Johnston, Will Chambers, Sam Thaiday, Greg Bird and Johnathan Thurston.

The NRL announced an updated schedule of matches for this weekend's representative round on Friday night. 

This follows the postponement tonight of the ANZAC Test between the Holden Kangaroos and the New Zealand Kiwis – and the women's match between the Harvey Norman Jillaroos against the NZ Kiwi Ferns.

The new schedule is:

Pacific Test Double Header

Saturday, 2 May at Cbus Super Stadium
Gates open at 3pm
Junior Kangaroos v Junior Kiwis – 3.15pm
Fiji v PNG – 5.30pm
Samoa v Tonga –7.30pm 

Country v City

Sunday, 3 May at McDonald's Park, Wagga Wagga
Gates Open at 11.45am
Group 20 v Group 9 Women's League Tag  – 11.55am
Country v City – 1.45pm 


Sunday, 3 May at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Gates open at 1.45pm
Harvey Norman Jillaroos v NZ Kiwi Ferns – 2pm
Holden Kangaroos v NZ Kiwis - 4pm

NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg thanked all players and supporters for their patience and understanding tonight in difficult circumstances.

"It was unfortunate we had to reschedule the matches but we had to consider the safety of the players – and the interests of supporters," Mr Greenberg said.

"We worked with all our stakeholders – including the NZRL, Suncorp Stadium, NRL clubs,  the NSWRL and the QRL as well as the two teams - before making the decision to reschedule the game.

"I also want to thank the players, the broadcasters and the RLPA for working with us and coming up with a new program for the representative weekend.

"We understand that  some supporters will have travelled long distances to watch the match tonight and we apologise for the inconvenience.

"But I am sure everyone realises these were extraordinary weather conditions and we had no option but to reschedule the matches set down for tonight."

All tickets purchased for tonight's match will be valid for the rescheduled match on Sunday afternoon at Suncorp Stadium.

Patrons unable to attend will be eligible for a full refund by mailing their tickets to Ticketek: Attn Returns NRL Test Match, GPO Box 4000, Brisbane, Qld, 4001.

Tickets for the rescheduled ANZAC Test on Sunday are on sale via

All tickets purchased for Country v City match will be valid for the match at its revised kick-off time.

Again, fans who have already purchased tickets and are unable to attend will be entitled to a full refund. They can mail their unused tickets to Ticketek: Attn Country v City Refunds, GPO Box 1610, Sydney, NSW, 2001.

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