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League Nation Live hosts Nathan Appo, Aaron Fa'Aoso, Justin Hodges, Hannah Hollis and Jodan Perry.

Tonight at 7.30pm on NITV (Ch 34 & Foxtel 144)

League Nation Live brings viewers their weekly dose of NRL action with all the news from on and off the field - hosted by Justin Hodges, Aaron Fa’Aoso, Hannah Hollis, Jodan Perry and Nathan Appo. On this week’s show:

• League Nation Live celebrates the Women in League Round and joining the team on the couch will be rugby league, rugby sevens and touch representative Bo de la Cruz, Queensland Sports Commentator Victoria Carthew and the ladies of the Bronco’s Girl Academy. Running from August 4 to 8, Round 22 celebrates the half a million females who have a direct connection with rugby league, whether it’s as administrators, players, coaches, employees, volunteers or club members. 

With more than 90 female-only rugby league competitions across Australia and over 68,000  female members across the16 NRL Clubs, female participation is the fastest growing area of the game, up 27% on 2015.

• Titans centre, Konrad Hurrell joins Justin Hodges, to review the results from last week and look ahead to this weekend’s clashes.

• Gold Coast singer-songwriter and former Australian Idol finalist (2009) Casey Barnes, performs his recently released single ‘Live As One’ live in the studio, ahead of his album launch on August 26.

Produced by Indigenous production company, Carbon Media, in front of a live Brisbane studio audience, the series brings 90 jam-packed minutes of entertainment and sports each Tuesday night. From community clubs to the State of Origin, all layers of the game will be covered by some of the country’s biggest league personalities, alongside entertainment guests and performances. 

Viewers can keep up to date with all the news via League Nation Live website, and join in the conversation on Facebook and Twitter using #LeagueNationLive and #NITV.

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