The Harvey Norman All Stars is a showcase event promoting Indigenous and Maori cultures in a week-long festival at a selected venue in Australia.
The men's concept was established in 2010 by former Dally M medallist Preston Campbell and for seven matches included the game's best Indigenous players lining up against the world's best NRL players.
A women's game was first played in 2011 between the Indigenous All Stars and an All Stars side made up of Australian Jillaroos representatives and other rising talent.
A change in the format was introduced across the men's and women's matches in 2019 with the Māori Kiwis and Māori Ferns formed, replacing the NRL and All Stars sides.
The winning team receives the Fanning-Murphy trophy each year, in honour of former Indigenous player Katrina Fanning and Jillaroos legend Karyn Murphy.
In 2021, the Māori Ferns dominated the Indigenous All Stars 24-0 in Townsville to reclaim the trophy.
|2021||Māori Ferns||Indigenous All Stars||24-0||QCB Stadium, Townsville|
|2020||Indigenous All Stars||Māori Ferns||10-4||Gold Coast, Queensland|
|2019||Māori Ferns||Indigenous All Stars||8-4||AAMI Park, Melbourne|
|2017||Indigenous All Stars||All Stars||14-4||McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle|
|2016||All Stars||Indigenous All Stars||24-4||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
|2015||All Stars||Indigenous All Stars||26-8||Gold Coast, Queensland|
|2014||All Stars||Indigenous All Stars||24-0||Allianz Stadium, Sydney|
|2013||All Stars||Indigenous All Stars||22-6||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
|2011||All Stars||Indigenous All Stars||22-6||Gold Coast, Queensland|
Women's Rugby League
Everything you need to know: Ampol Women's State of Origin 2021