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Women's Indigenous All Stars centre Caitlyn Moran.

The NRL has announced the Women's and Indigenous Women's All Stars teams to take the field as part of the Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars match on Saturday 13 February in Brisbane.

This will be the fifth match for the women as part of the fixture, with the level of competition stepping up again next year, thanks to increased women's pathways nationally and female participation levels across the game at an all time high.

The Indigenous team will field five debutants, whilst the All Stars will have six new faces in the team.

Indigenous All Stars coach Dean Widders was full of praise for his team, most of who had participated in an extended Indigenous squad skills camp and trial match a month ago.

"We have chosen a side of young women from all walks of life and they share one dream – to play rugby league for their communities and represent their peoples," Mr Widders said.

"There will be plenty of passion on display when the team runs out onto Suncorp Stadium to take on the All Stars and I hope fans get to the ground early for what will be a great match."

All Stars women's coach, Steve Folkes said the match was a fantastic opportunity to promote women in sport to a wide-ranging audience.

"We have more women than ever enjoying our game and playing in competitions right around the country," Mr Folkes said.

"There are very few women's teams that get the chance to play at a world-class venue such as Suncorp Stadium and I have no doubt that both teams will soak up the surroundings – I am expecting a tough match!"

Both teams will join the Men's All Stars and Touch Football All Stars teams in camp as part of the build up in Brisbane ahead of the fixture at Suncorp Stadium.

Tickets are on sale now at, with prices starting at $20 for an adult and $50 for a family pass providing admission for all three matches.

Fans can purchase their All Stars merchandise at and click on 'teams'.

For all the details on the week-long celebration and match, head to

Indigenous Womens All Stars
1 Casey Karklis
2 Latoya Billy
3 Tallisha Harden (c)
4 Caitlyn Moran
5 Narikah Johnson - debut
6 Nakia Davis-Welsh
7 Jenni-Sue Hoepper
8 Rebecca Young
9 Kelsey Parkins - debut
10 Ashleigh Singleton
11 Emma-Marie Young
12 Jasmin Allende
13 Elizabeth Cook-Black - debut
14 Lauren Motlop - debut
15 Simone Smith - debut
16 Lavina Phillips
17 Rebecca Riley
18 Carly Phillips 

Womens All Stars
1 Sam Hammond
2 Karina Brown
3 Annette Brander
4 Corban McGregor - debut
5 Chelsea Baker - debut
6 Allana Ferguson - debut
7 Maddie Studdon
8 Steph Hancock (c)
9 Brittany Breayley
10 Heather Ballinger
11 Kezie Apps
12 Renae Kunst
13 Ruan Sims
14 Charmayne Nathan - debut
15 Kody House - debut
16 Vanessa Foliaki
17 Simaima Taufa-Kautai
18 Shanice Parker - debut

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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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