2011 All Stars match

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2011 (2011) All Stars Game  ()
1234 Total
INDIGENOUS 0600 12
NRL 41806 28
Date12 February 2011
StadiumSkilled Park
LocationGold Coast, Queensland
Preston Campbell MedalJosh Dugan
RefereesShayne Hayne, Ben Cummins, Gavin Badger, Henry Perenara
Attendance25,843
Broadcast partners
Broadcasters

The 2011 All Stars Match was the second of the annual representative exhibition match played between the Indigenous All Stars and the NRL All Stars which was held on the 12 of February 2011 at the Gold Coast's Skilled Park. The game was won by the NRL All Stars 28–12, claiming their first annual title.[1] Canberra Raiders fullback Josh Dugan won the Preston Campbell medal for Man of the Match. Preceding game included a Women's All Stars exhibition match which was won by the NRL Women's All Stars 22-6.[2]

Teams[edit]

NRL ALL STARS Position INDIGENOUS
ALL STARS
Josh Dugan
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Fullback
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Matt Bowen
Akuila Uate
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Wing
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Nathan Merritt
Michael Jennings
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Centre
North Queensland colours.svg
Willie Tonga
Jamie Lyon
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Centre
Melbourne colours.svg
Beau Champion1
Brett Morris
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Wing
Brisbane colours.svg
Jharal Yow Yeh
Darren Lockyer (c)
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Five-Eighth
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Scott Prince
Benji Marshall
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Halfback
North Queensland colours.svg
Johnathan Thurston (c)
Ben Hannant
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Prop
Canberra colours.svg
Tom Learoyd-Lahrs
Cameron Smith
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Hooker
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Travis Waddell
Matthew Scott
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Prop
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George Rose
Nathan Hindmarsh
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2nd Row
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Cory Paterson
Liam Fulton3
Wests Tigers colours.svg
2nd Row
Canterbury colours.svg
Jamal Idris
Paul Gallen
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Lock
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Greg Bird
Dave Taylor
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Interchange
Canterbury colours.svg
Ben Barba
Ashley Harrison
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Interchange
St. George colours.svg
Jamie Soward
Feleti Mateo
New Zealand colours.svg
Interchange
Parramatta colours.svg
Carl Webb
Shaun Kenny-Dowall
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Interchange
New Zealand colours.svg
Joel Moon2
Michael Ennis
Canterbury colours.svg
Interchange
Canberra colours.svg
Joel Thompson
Petero Civoniceva
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Interchange
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg
Ryan James
Kurt Gidley
Newcastle colours.svg
Interchange
Parramatta colours.svg
Anthony Mitchell4
Wayne Bennett
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Coach
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Laurie Daley

1 - Greg Inglis was originally selected but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Beau Champion.
2 - Sam Thaiday was originally selected but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Cory Paterson whilst Joel Moon joined the interchange.
3 - Gareth Ellis was originally selected but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Liam Fulton.
4 - Preston Campbell was originally selected but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Matt Bowen whilst Anthony Mitchell joined the interchange. Johnathan Thurston was handed the captaincy title from Campbell.

Result[edit]

13 February 2010, 8:00pm (AEDT)
NRL All Stars 28 – 12 Indigenous All Stars
Tries
Morris 3' 1
Gallen 24' 1
Kenny-Dowall 32' 1
Uate 35' 1
Dugan 72' 1
Goals
Marshall 2/2
Smith 1/2
Gidley 1/1
Tries
1 40' Barba
1 60' Merritt
Goals
1/1 Thurston
1/1 Prince
Skilled Park, Robina
Attendance: 25,843
Referee: Shayne Hayne, Ben Cummins, Gavin Badger, Henry Perenara
Man of the Match: Josh Dugan (Preston Campbell Medal)

Women's All Stars match[edit]

2011 (2011) Women's All Stars match  ()
1 Total
IND 0 0
WAS 0 0
DateSaturday 12 February 2011
StadiumSkilled Park
LocationGold Coast, Queensland
Woman of the MatchTBA
Advance Australia FairTBA
Broadcast partners
2012 →

The 2011 Women's All Stars Match was the first time the event was held.[3][4]

Women's Teams[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ABC Sport - Sports coverage for cricket, afl, rugby league, rugby union, football, tennis and more". ABC Online. Retrieved 12 February 2011.
  2. ^ http://www.awrljillaroos.leaguenet.com.au/
  3. ^ http://websites.sportstg.com/assoc_page.cgi?client=7-2131-0-0-0&sID=29155&&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=14179528
  4. ^ http://websites.sportstg.com/assoc_page.cgi?client=7-2131-0-0-0&sID=29155&&news_task=DETAIL&articleID=16174508

Coordinates: 28°4′1″S 153°22′44″E / 28.06694°S 153.37889°E / -28.06694; 153.37889 (Skilled Park)