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Why is it called City vs Country? Is it between a squad composed of people from Sydney and one composed of people from elsewhere in NSW? Scott Gall 23:10, 12 June 2006 (UTC) Yep, that's pretty much it. Tiburon 14:33, 20 June 2006 (UTC) Where does Newcastle and Wollongong fit in- they are "Cities" but not part of Sydney... and what about Penrith- is that counted as being part of Sydney? ronan.evans 11:12, 1 May 2007 (UTC)

If it helps, think about it as Sydney (i.e. NSWRL) vs. Rest of NSW (i.e. NSWCRL). If a player started his career in a junior competition in a District administered by the NSWRL then he is eligible for 'City', if the competition was run by the NSWCRL then he is eligible for 'Country'. The Newcastle and Wollongong are administered by NSWCRL so they are 'Country' and Penrith is under the NSWRL so it is 'City'. CumberlandsAshes81 02:53, 4 May 2007 (UTC)

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2002 Game[edit]

For imformation purpose:

City: Brett Hodgson, Hazem El Masri, Michael De Vere, Kevin McGuinness, John Hopoate, Braith Anasta, Brent Sherwin, Nick Graham, Steve Menzies, Nathan Long, Mark O'Meley, Craig Gower, Robbie Kearns. Interchange: Matt Geyer, Craig Wing, John Skandalis, Darren Senter

Country: Luke Patten, Timana Tahu, Matthew Gidley, Mark Hughes, Jason Moodie, Scott Hill, Brett Kimmorley, Craig Fitzgibbon, Andrew Ryan, Steve Simpson, Josh Perry, Simon Woolford, Matt Parsons. Interchange:

 The Windler talk  12:29, 2 September 2008 (UTC)

May 2011[edit]

Hello there, I've seen many changes on this article, and tried to keep it as accurate as possible when removing the IP's vandalism. I hope Narconarco1 and Josh the newcastle fan can discuss the major edit here, as this article has been changed multi-multi-multiple times :) AdvertAdam talk 11:04, 2 May 2011 (UTC)