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Supporters are being encouraged to enjoy a feast of Representative rugby league over two days following the rescheduling of Friday night's matches in Brisbane.

Six nations will play within 24 hours in south-east Queensland, culminating in the rescheduled ANZAC Test between Australia and New Zealand at 4pm at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday. The curtain raiser between the Harvey Norman Jillaroos and the NZ Kiwi Ferns will have an amended kick-off time of 1.45pm.

Fans are reminded that all tickets purchased for Friday night's match will be activated for the rescheduled match on Sunday afternoon.

"With good weather now forecast on the Gold Coast and Brisbane over the next two days, I'd encourage everyone to get out to the grounds and enjoy what will be an incredible two days of representative football," NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg said.

"This is the best of the best from our elite men, women and emerging players."

On top of the international fixtures, the AAMI Country v City match will be played in Wagga Wagga at the revised time of 1.45pm on Sunday, May 3. The clash between the XXXX Queensland Residents and the VB NSW Cup Representative side will be played at Langlands Park at 1.40pm on Sunday.

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

All tickets purchased for the AAMI 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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