You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content

Official squads and team news for all 2022 Representative Round games including State of Origin and Test matches.

Ampol Women's State of Origin

Friday, June 24, 7.45pm at GIO Stadium

New South Wales: Sky Blues coach Kylie Hilder has recalled Dragons forward Shaylee Bent and Knights playmaker Kirra Dibb, while veteran Sam Bremner is 18th player. Corban Baxter (hamstring) is out with Dibb to start in the halves alongside Rachael Pearson.

Dally M Medal winner Emma Tonegato will make her Origin debut, although the Dragons fullback represented NSW in the interstate challenge in 2012 and 2013 so has experience at this level.

Olivia Kernick and Caitlan Johnston will make their NSW debut off the bench. 

No changes to the final team with the Sky Blues to run out as per program.

Queensland: Evania Pelite and Emily Bass are set to represent Queensland for the first time. The former rugby sevens players have relished their switch to rugby league in the past two years with Pelite in particular a key for the Maroons on Friday night.

Other changes from last year's squad include the return of 40-year-old Steph Hancock on the bench, Brittany Breayley-Nati at hooker and Jessika Elliston to the bench. Titans-bound playmaker Lauren Brown will provide utility value from the interchange while there was no room for Roosters playmaker Zahara Temara and veteran winger Karina Brown, who missed Origin selection for the first time since 2015.

There were no late changes to the 17 with Queensland to run out as named.

Team Lists

Backs

  • Fullback for NSW Women is number 1 Emma Tonegato
    Fullback for QLD Maroons is number 1 Tamika Upton
  • Winger for NSW Women is number 2 Yasmin Clydsdale
    Winger for QLD Maroons is number 2 Emily Bass
  • Centre for NSW Women is number 3 Jessica Sergis
    Centre for QLD Maroons is number 3 Evania Pelite
  • Centre for NSW Women is number 4 Isabelle Kelly
    Centre for QLD Maroons is number 4 Shenae Ciesiolka
  • Winger for NSW Women is number 5 Tiana Penitani
    Winger for QLD Maroons is number 5 Julia Robinson
  • Five-Eighth for NSW Women is number 6 Kirra Dibb
    Five-Eighth for QLD Maroons is number 6 Tarryn Aiken
  • Halfback for NSW Women is number 7 Rachael Pearson
    Halfback for QLD Maroons is number 7 Ali Brigginshaw

Forwards

  • Prop for NSW Women is number 8 Simaima Taufa
    Prop for QLD Maroons is number 8 Chelsea Lenarduzzi
  • Hooker for NSW Women is number 9 Keeley Davis
    Hooker for QLD Maroons is number 9 Brittany Breayley-Nati
  • Prop for NSW Women is number 10 Millie Boyle
    Prop for QLD Maroons is number 10 Shannon Mato
  • 2nd Row for NSW Women is number 11 Kezie Apps
    2nd Row for QLD Maroons is number 11 Tallisha Harden
  • 2nd Row for NSW Women is number 12 Shaylee Bent
    2nd Row for QLD Maroons is number 12 Tazmin Gray
  • Lock for NSW Women is number 13 Hannah Southwell
    Lock for QLD Maroons is number 13 Destiny Brill

Interchange

  • Interchange for NSW Women is number 14 Quincy Dodd
    Interchange for QLD Maroons is number 14 Lauren Brown
  • Interchange for NSW Women is number 15 Sarah Togatuki
    Interchange for QLD Maroons is number 15 Jessika Elliston
  • Interchange for NSW Women is number 16 Caitlan Johnston
    Interchange for QLD Maroons is number 16 Stephanie Hancock
  • Interchange for NSW Women is number 17 Olivia Kernick
    Interchange for QLD Maroons is number 17 Tiana Raftstrand-Smith

Reserves

  • Replacement for NSW Women is number 18 Sam Bremner
    Replacement for QLD Maroons is number 18 Zahara Temara

Match Officials

  • Referee: Belinda Sharpe
  • Senior Review Official: Chris Butler

Last updated:

Kiwi Ferns v Mate Ma'a Tonga Women

Saturday, June 25, 1.10pm AEST at Mount Smart Stadium

Kiwi Ferns: The Kiwi Ferns are 1-17 with no late changes. Amy Turner and Page McGregor will both make their Kiwi Ferns debut in the centres while Broncos powerhouse Roxy Murdoch also debuts in the back row. Laishon Albert-Jones will feature in the halves alongside Raecene McGregor.

Krystal Rota will captain the young side from hooker and will likely split time with Nita Maynard following the veteran's inclusion on the bench.

Karli Hansen is the 18th player.

Mate Ma'a Tonga: The Tonga side is 1-17 with no late changes on game day. Lavinia Tauhalaliku will captain the side from fullback with Broncos outside back China Polata slotting in at five-eighth. Dragons prop Tegan Dymock will lead the forward pack after announcing her re-signing with the Red V this week, while Shannon Muru is one to watch in the back row. Noia Fotu-Moala is 18th player.

Team Lists

Backs

  • Fullback for Kiwi Ferns is number 1 Autumn-Rain Stephens-Daly
    Fullback for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 1 Lavinia Tauhalaliku
  • Winger for Kiwi Ferns is number 2 Madison Bartlett
    Winger for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 2 Pier Pritchard
  • Centre for Kiwi Ferns is number 3 Page McGregor
    Centre for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 3 Haylee Hifo
  • Centre for Kiwi Ferns is number 4 Amy Turner
    Centre for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 4 Maatuleio Fotu-Moala
  • Winger for Kiwi Ferns is number 5 Katelyn Vaha'akolo
    Winger for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 5 Luisa Sekona
  • Five-Eighth for Kiwi Ferns is number 6 Laishon Jones
    Five-Eighth for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 6 China Polata
  • Halfback for Kiwi Ferns is number 7 Raecene McGregor
    Halfback for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 7 Keisharn Hala

Forwards

  • Prop for Kiwi Ferns is number 8 Annetta Nu'uausala
    Prop for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 8 Tegan Dymock
  • Hooker for Kiwi Ferns is number 9 Krystal Rota
    Hooker for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 9 Shirley Mailangi
  • Prop for Kiwi Ferns is number 10 Mya Hill-Moana
    Prop for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 10 Natasha Penitani
  • 2nd Row for Kiwi Ferns is number 11 Roxette Murdoch
    2nd Row for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 11 Kimberly Nikua
  • 2nd Row for Kiwi Ferns is number 12 Ngatokotoru Arakua
    2nd Row for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 12 Shannon Muru
  • Lock for Kiwi Ferns is number 13 Georgia Hale
    Lock for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 13 Katrina Latu

Interchange

  • Interchange for Kiwi Ferns is number 14 Nita Maynard
    Interchange for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 14 Monica Samita
  • Interchange for Kiwi Ferns is number 15 Charlotte Scanlan
    Interchange for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 15 Kalosipani Hopoate
  • Interchange for Kiwi Ferns is number 16 Kararaina Wira-Kohu
    Interchange for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 16 Ana Taumalolo
  • Interchange for Kiwi Ferns is number 17 Christyl Stowers
    Interchange for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 17 Amelia Mafi

Reserves

  • Replacement for Kiwi Ferns is number 18 Karli Hansen
    Replacement for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 18 Noia Fotu-Moala

Match Officials

  • Referee: Kasey Badger
  • Senior Review Official: Steve Chiddy

Last updated:

New Zealand v Mate Ma'a Tonga

Saturday, June 25, 3.20pm AEST at Mount Smart Stadium

New Zealand: The Kiwis are 1-17 with no late changes.

Prramatta duo Dylan Brown and Marata Niukore will make their Kiwis debut after being named at five-eighth and centre respectively, with Sharks winger Ronaldo Mulitalo also set for an international debut following his inclusion. Brown will partner Jahrome Hughes in the halves with Roosters centre Joseph Manu to feature at fullback. Peta Hiku and Jordan Rapana are the other backs.

Up front, Isaiah Papali'i starts on an edge alongside Kenny Bromwich, with in-form Raiders forward Joseph Tapine named at lock. Brandon Smith has been named at hooker with Kieran Foran named on the bench to provide cover in the spine. 

Panthers forward Moses Leota is the fourth debutant named by coach Michael Maguire as he joins Foran, Nelson Asofa-Solomona and Briton Nikora on the bench. Jordan Riki is 18th Man.

Mate Ma'a Tonga: Tonga are 1-17 with no late changes. Joe Ofahengaue is 18th Man.

Having been overlooked by NSW for Origin Two, Kotoni Staggs will wear the No.6 for Tonga alongside Dragons young gun Talatau Amone in the halves. Manly winger Christian Tuipulotu will make his Test debut on the wing, taking over from Daniel Tupou, who is with the Blues in Origin. The backline also features Parramatta's Will Penisini, Manly flyer Tolu Koula and destructive Dragon Moses Suli.

In his 14th international for his country Jason Taumalolo will co-captain the team alongside respected Rooster Siosiua Taukeiaho, who plays his 12th Test for Tonga. They are joined in a powerhouse pack by Addin Fonua-Blake, Sitili Tupouniua and Keaon Koloamatangi while Haumole Olakau'atu, Tevita Tatola and Moeaki Fotuaika bring impact from the bench.

Tonga are coached by caretaker coach Dean Young for this match with Kristian Woolf unavailable because of English Super League duties with St Helens.

Team Lists

Backs

  • Fullback for New Zealand is number 1 Joseph Manu
    Fullback for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 1 Tolutau Koula
  • Winger for New Zealand is number 2 Ronaldo Mulitalo
    Winger for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 2 Christian Tuipulotu
  • Centre for New Zealand is number 3 Marata Niukore
    Centre for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 3 Will Penisini
  • Centre for New Zealand is number 4 Peta Hiku
    Centre for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 4 Moses Suli
  • Winger for New Zealand is number 5 Jordan Rapana
    Winger for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 5 Sione Katoa
  • Five-Eighth for New Zealand is number 6 Dylan Brown
    Five-Eighth for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 6 Kotoni Staggs
  • Halfback for New Zealand is number 7 Jahrome Hughes
    Halfback for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 7 Talatau Amone

Forwards

  • Prop for New Zealand is number 8 Jesse Bromwich
    Prop for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 8 Addin Fonua-Blake
  • Hooker for New Zealand is number 9 Brandon Smith
    Hooker for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 9 Siliva Havili
  • Prop for New Zealand is number 10 James Fisher-Harris
    Prop for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 10 Siosiua Taukeiaho
  • 2nd Row for New Zealand is number 11 Isaiah Papali'i
    2nd Row for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 11 Sitili Tupouniua
  • 2nd Row for New Zealand is number 12 Kenneath Bromwich
    2nd Row for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 12 Keaon Koloamatangi
  • Lock for New Zealand is number 13 Joseph Tapine
    Lock for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 13 Jason Taumalolo

Interchange

  • Interchange for New Zealand is number 14 Kieran Foran
    Interchange for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 14 Soni Luke
  • Interchange for New Zealand is number 15 Moses Leota
    Interchange for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 15 Haumole Olakau'atu
  • Interchange for New Zealand is number 16 Nelson Asofa-Solomona
    Interchange for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 16 Tevita Tatola
  • Interchange for New Zealand is number 17 Briton Nikora
    Interchange for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 17 Moeaki Fotuaika

Reserves

  • Replacement for New Zealand is number 18 Jordan Riki
    Replacement for Mate Ma'a Tonga is number 18 Joe Ofahengaue

Match Officials

  • Referee: Grant Atkins
  • Touch Judge: Liam Kennedy
  • Senior Review Official: Chris Butler

Last updated:

Samoa v Cook Islands

Saturday, June 25, 5.40pm at Campbelltown Sports Stadium

Samoa: Samoa are 1-17 with no late changes. Coach Matt Parish's squad features Panthers quartet Charlie Staines at fullback, Taylan May on the wing, Izack Tago in the centres and Spencer Leniu on the bench, Sea Eagles pair Josh Schuster and Martin Taupau and Dragons duo Francis Molo and Jaydn Su'A in the pack.

Anthony Milford will call the shots from halfback in his eighth Test match alongside Warrior Chanel Harris-Tavita in his second.

Rabbitohs flyer Jaxson Paulo and Broncos forward Keenan Palasia get their first crack at international football while Fa'amanu Brown's remarkable comeback story continues as he plays his first Test for Samoa since the 2017 World Cup.

Dragons youngster Mat Feagai is 18th Man.

Cook Islands: Geoffrey Daniela has come in on the wing on game day with Malachi Morgan out. Tinirau Arona has shifted to hooker and Aaron Teroi goes to the bench.

Xavier Willison has gone from lock to prop, Moses Noovao-McGreal goes from the bench to lock and Reuben Porter has been added to the bench. 

Under the guidance of Tony Iro, the squad features three sets of brothers - Esan and Steven Marsters, Reubenn and Vincent Rennie, and Kayal and Andre Iro, the sons of Kiwis and Cook Islands great Kevin Iro. 

Titan Esan Marsters and Warrior Pride Petterson-Robati are the co-captains.

Former Warrior Anthony Gelling will look to add to the eight caps he has earned since debuting back in 2009 in the game in Cairns, which includes two at the 2013 World Cup against the USA and Wales. He slots into the centres alongside Reubenn Rennie.

Team Lists

Backs

  • Fullback for Samoa is number 1 Charlie Staines
    Fullback for Cook Islands is number 1 Kayal Iro
  • Winger for Samoa is number 2 Taylan May
    Winger for Cook Islands is number 2 Steven Marsters
  • Centre for Samoa is number 3 Izack Tago
    Centre for Cook Islands is number 3 Anthony Gelling
  • Centre for Samoa is number 4 Jaxson Paulo
    Centre for Cook Islands is number 4 Reubenn Rennie
  • Winger for Samoa is number 5 David Nofoaluma
    Winger for Cook Islands is number 14 Geoff Daniela
  • Five-Eighth for Samoa is number 6 Chanel Harris-Tavita
    Five-Eighth for Cook Islands is number 6 Esan Marsters
  • Halfback for Samoa is number 7 Anthony Milford
    Halfback for Cook Islands is number 7 Reece Joyce

Forwards

  • Prop for Samoa is number 8 Martin Taupau
    Prop for Cook Islands is number 8 Vincent Rennie
  • Hooker for Samoa is number 9 Jazz Tevaga
    Hooker for Cook Islands is number 10 Tinirau Arona
  • Prop for Samoa is number 10 Francis Molo
    Prop for Cook Islands is number 13 Xavier Willison
  • 2nd Row for Samoa is number 11 Josh Schuster
    2nd Row for Cook Islands is number 11 Brendan Piakura
  • 2nd Row for Samoa is number 12 Jaydn Su'A
    2nd Row for Cook Islands is number 12 Pride Petterson-Robati
  • Lock for Samoa is number 13 Josh Aloiai
    Lock for Cook Islands is number 15 Moses Noovao-McGreal

Interchange

  • Interchange for Samoa is number 14 Fa'amanu Brown
    Interchange for Cook Islands is number 9 Aaron Teroi
  • Interchange for Samoa is number 15 Keenan Palasia
    Interchange for Cook Islands is number 16 Davvy Moale
  • Interchange for Samoa is number 16 Spencer Leniu
    Interchange for Cook Islands is number 17 Makahesi Makatoa
  • Interchange for Samoa is number 17 Bunty Afoa
    Interchange for Cook Islands is number 18 Reuben Porter

Reserves

  • Replacement for Samoa is number 18 Mathew Feagai
    Replacement for Cook Islands is number 19 Brody Tamarua

Match Officials

  • Referee: Peter Gough
  • Touch Judge: Darian Furner
  • Touch Judge: Ziggy Przeklasa-Adamski
  • Senior Review Official: Chris Butler

Last updated:

Papua New Guinea v Fiji

Saturday, June 25, 7.50pm at Campbelltown Sports Stadium

Papua New Guinea: Tryscoring machine Alex Johnston wins his third Test cap for the Kumuls and will play fullback with Robert Derby (Northern Pride) and Solo Wane (PNG Hunters) taking the wing spots. Brisbane's David Mead will captain the side and forms a powerful centre combination with Melbourne's Justin Olam. Townsville Blackhawks star Kyle Laybutt and the Roosters' Lachlan Lam are the halves.

The forward pack features two more PNG Hunters reps in hooker Wartovo Puara and prop Sylvester Namo as well as Jacob Alick from the Gold Coast Titans. The Hunters' Junior Rop is 18th Man. The Kumuls are coached by Stanley Tepend.

Fiji: Lamar Manuel-Liolevave will start the game and Ralulu Nasoki added to the bench after second-rower Taniela Sadrugu dropped out of the side originally named on Tuesday.

RRoosters veteran Kevin Naiqama will again captain the Bati in his 20th Test match and he'll play five-eighth alongside Nautu'a Masima from Wests Magpies. Panthers powerhouse Viliame Kikau has the honour of co-captaining his country in his 12th Test match. Wingers Maika Sivo and Mikaele Ravalawa, centres Semi Valemei and Waqa Blake and young Panthers fullback Sunia Turuva make up a powerful back five.

Storm prop Tui Kamikamica and Kikau lead the pack along wth Taane Milne at lock while Penioni Tagituimua from the Mounties club is the No.9.

Team Lists

Backs

  • Fullback for Papua New Guinea is number 1 Alex Johnston
    Fullback for Fiji is number 1 Sunia Turuva
  • Winger for Papua New Guinea is number 2 Robert Derby
    Winger for Fiji is number 2 Mikaele Ravalawa
  • Centre for Papua New Guinea is number 3 David Mead
    Centre for Fiji is number 3 Semi Valemei
  • Centre for Papua New Guinea is number 4 Justin Olam
    Centre for Fiji is number 4 Waqa Blake
  • Winger for Papua New Guinea is number 22 Solo Wane
    Winger for Fiji is number 5 Maika Sivo
  • Five-Eighth for Papua New Guinea is number 6 Kyle Laybutt
    Five-Eighth for Fiji is number 6 Kevin Naiqama
  • Halfback for Papua New Guinea is number 7 Lachlan Lam
    Halfback for Fiji is number 7 Nautu'a Masima

Forwards

  • Prop for Papua New Guinea is number 8 Epel Kapinias
    Prop for Fiji is number 8 Joseph Ratuvakacerivalu
  • Hooker for Papua New Guinea is number 9 Wartovo Puara
    Hooker for Fiji is number 9 Penioni Tagituimua
  • Prop for Papua New Guinea is number 10 Sylvester Namo
    Prop for Fiji is number 10 Tui Kamikamica
  • 2nd Row for Papua New Guinea is number 11 Dan Russell
    2nd Row for Fiji is number 11 Viliame Kikau
  • 2nd Row for Papua New Guinea is number 12 Nixon Putt
    2nd Row for Fiji is number 16 Lamar Manuel-Liolevave
  • Lock for Papua New Guinea is number 13 Jacob Alick
    Lock for Fiji is number 13 Taane Milne

Interchange

  • Interchange for Papua New Guinea is number 14 Liam Horne
    Interchange for Fiji is number 14 Isaac Lumelume
  • Interchange for Papua New Guinea is number 15 Emmanuel Waine
    Interchange for Fiji is number 15 Pio Seci
  • Interchange for Papua New Guinea is number 16 McKenzie Yei
    Interchange for Fiji is number 17 Kaylen Miller
  • Interchange for Papua New Guinea is number 17 Dilbert Issac
    Interchange for Fiji is number 18 Ralulu Nasoki

Reserves

  • Replacement for Papua New Guinea is number 18 Junior Rop
    Replacement for Fiji is number 22 Waqasaqa Qiolevu

Match Officials

  • Referee: Todd Smith
  • Touch Judge: Chris Sutton
  • Senior Review Official: Matt Noyen

Last updated:

Ampol State of Origin Game Two

Sunday, June 26, 7.50pm AEST at Optus Stadium

New South Wales: With Jack Wighton unavailable for due to Covid protocols, Bulldogs five-eighth Matt Burton has been called into the squad at centre, a position he handled with ease during the Panthers' 2021 premiership charge. He lines up alongside former team-mate Stephen Crichton, who has been promoted from the bench to starting centre with Kotoni Staggs overlooked.

Manly workhorse Jake Trbojevic's omission from Game One caused plenty of debate but he returns for his 14th Origin, along with Angus Crichton, who was part of series wins in 2018, '19 and '21 but was overlooked for the opener in Sydney. Cronulla powerhouse Siosifa Talakai is poised to make his Origin debut on a new-look Blues bench alongside  Crichton, Junior Paulo and hooker Damien Cook, who has been replaced in the starting line-up by premiership-winning Panther Api Koroisau.

The other new faces in the squad are Victor Radley, Clint Gutherson and Jordan McLean. Forwards Ryan Matterson, Tariq Sims and Reagan Campbell-Gillard all lost theri places in the team. Nicho Hynes is again the 18th Man.

Queensland: The Maroons have been forced into a couple of changes after Reuben Cotter hurt his hamstring during warm-up for the Cowboys' game against Manly last Friday and Xavier Coates suffered an ankle injury in Game One.

Cowboys winger Murray Taulagi comes into the starting side after he was part of the extended squad in Sydney while back-rower Jai Arrow returns after missing Game Three last year for disciplinary reasons and being 18th Man in Sydney.

A former Queensland under-20s and Junior Kangaroos player, Taulagi will become the seventh Cowboy to be involved in Origin this year with teammates Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, Valentine Holmes, Tom Dearden, Jeremiah Nanai and Cotter all featuring in the squad for Game One and Jordan McLean joining the NSW squad for Perth.

Broncos Thomas Flegler and Corey Oates have been added to the wider squad along with Titans forward Beau Fermor and Warriors fullback Reece Walsh. 

Team Lists

Backs

  • Fullback for Blues is number 1 James Tedesco
    Fullback for Maroons is number 1 Kalyn Ponga
  • Winger for Blues is number 2 Brian To'o
    Winger for Maroons is number 2 Selwyn Cobbo
  • Centre for Blues is number 3 Matt Burton
    Centre for Maroons is number 3 Valentine Holmes
  • Centre for Blues is number 4 Stephen Crichton
    Centre for Maroons is number 4 Dane Gagai
  • Winger for Blues is number 5 Daniel Tupou
    Winger for Maroons is number 5 Murray Taulagi
  • Five-Eighth for Blues is number 6 Jarome Luai
    Five-Eighth for Maroons is number 6 Cameron Munster
  • Halfback for Blues is number 7 Nathan Cleary
    Halfback for Maroons is number 7 Daly Cherry-Evans

Forwards

  • Prop for Blues is number 8 Payne Haas
    Prop for Maroons is number 8 Lindsay Collins
  • Hooker for Blues is number 9 Apisai Koroisau
    Hooker for Maroons is number 9 Ben Hunt
  • Prop for Blues is number 10 Jake Trbojevic
    Prop for Maroons is number 10 Josh Papalii
  • 2nd Row for Blues is number 11 Cameron Murray
    2nd Row for Maroons is number 11 Kurt Capewell
  • 2nd Row for Blues is number 12 Liam Martin
    2nd Row for Maroons is number 12 Felise Kaufusi
  • Lock for Blues is number 13 Isaah Yeo
    Lock for Maroons is number 13 Tino Fa'asuamaleaui

Interchange

  • Interchange for Blues is number 14 Damien Cook
    Interchange for Maroons is number 14 Harry Grant
  • Interchange for Blues is number 15 Angus Crichton
    Interchange for Maroons is number 15 Jai Arrow
  • Interchange for Blues is number 16 Junior Paulo
    Interchange for Maroons is number 16 Patrick Carrigan
  • Interchange for Blues is number 17 Siosifa Talakai
    Interchange for Maroons is number 17 Jeremiah Nanai

Reserves

  • Replacement for Blues is number 18 Nicholas Hynes
    Replacement for Maroons is number 18 Tom Dearden

Match Officials

  • Referee: Ashley Klein
  • Touch Judge: Dave Munro
  • Touch Judge: Phil Henderson
  • Senior Review Official: Grant Atkins

Last updated:

Acknowledgement of Country

Parramatta Eels respect and honour 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.

Major Sponsor

Premier Partners

VIEW ALL PARTNERS