The first ever Harvey Norman All Stars in Sydney will feature Premiership, Test and State of Origin stars, as well as some of the best and brightest men’s and women’s representatives in the game.
The NRL today announced the teams for the showcase, at CommBank Stadium on February 12, will feature the likes of Josh Addo-Carr, David Fifita, Nicho Hynes, Alex Johnston and Kotoni Staggs, as well as Chanel Harris-Tavita, James Fisher-Harris, Joseph Tapine and Kodi Nikorima.
The Harvey Norman All Stars women’s contest will feature Shaylee Bent, Tamika Upton, Keilee Joseph, Quincy Dodd, as well as Kennedy Cherrington, Botille Vette-Welsh, Corban Baxter and Zahara Temara.
The match will be the first major rugby league event of the 2022 calendar and just the second All Stars played in NSW.
Indigenous All Stars (Men)
Coach: Laurie Daley
Maori All Stars (Men)
Tuku Hau Tapuha
Coach: David Kidwell
Indigenous All Stars (Women)
Coach: Ben Jeffries
Maori All Stars (Women)
Corban Baxter (c)
Coach: Keith Hanley
Indigenous All Stars (Touch Football)
Cody Green (c)
Rebecca Mi Mi (c)
Leesa Mi Mi
Coaches: Trent Touma, Melissa Mitchell
Maori All Stars (Touch Football)
Jordan Marshall King ©
Ash Quinlan ©
Coaches: John Peeni/Te Aroha
Tickets are available from $25 for adults and $75 for families via nrl.com/tickets.
The 2022 NRL Harvey Norman All Stars is proudly supported by the NSW Government, via Destination NSW, along with major partners KARI Foundation and Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES).
The All Stars matches will be broadcast live on the Nine Network, Fox League, SKY New Zealand and on NRL Live Pass.