2013 All Stars match

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2013 (2013) All Stars Game  ()
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1 2 3 4 Total
INDIGENOUS 12 6 4 10 32
NRL 6 0 0 0 6
Date 9 February 2013
Stadium Suncorp Stadium
Location Brisbane, Queensland
Preston Campbell Medal Ben Barba
Attendance 41,000
Broadcast partner
Broadcaster Nine Network


The 2013 All Stars Match was the fourth of the annual representative exhibition matches played between the Indigenous All Stars and the NRL All Stars team which was held on the 9th of February 2013. Once again the players were selected through a voting scheme which over 40,000 fans polled their selections over the two online voting stages.[1] Final stage voting for both sides were closed on the midnight 14 January. After the success of the previous three events the match was moved from Gold Coast's Skilled Park to the larger capacity Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. The Indigenous All Stars won the match 32–6 to even the ledger with two wins from the four games played so far. Both Ben Barba and Reece Robinson became the first players to score a hat-trick in an All Stars 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]

Benji Marshall (New Zealand captain) and Cameron Smith (Australian captain) were automatic selections for the NRL All Stars side whilst Johnathan Thurston was made captain and an automatic pick for his Indigenous side. After the 16 best voted players for each side were selected by their respective coaches, the coaches were then allowed to personally pick further players to complete their 20 man squads. An asterisk(*) next to a player's name represents debutants for their respective sides.

NRL ALL STARS Position INDIGENOUS
ALL STARS
Jarryd Hayne
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Fullback
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Ben Barba
Akuila Uate
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Wing
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Reece Robinson*
Shaun Kenny Dowall
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Centre
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Justin Hodges
Josh Morris
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Centre
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Greg Inglis
Brett Morris
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Wing
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Blake Ferguson
Benji Marshall (c)
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Five-eighth
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Johnathan Thurston (c)
Adam Reynolds*
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Halfback
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Scott Prince
James Tamou*
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Prop
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George Rose
Cameron Smith
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Hooker
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Travis Waddell
Ben Hannant
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Prop
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Andrew Fifita
Ashley Harrison1
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2nd Row
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Joel Thompson
Willie Mason*
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2nd Row
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Greg Bird
Chris Heighington5*
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Lock
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Nathan Peats
Robbie Farah
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Interchange
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Ryan James
Tim Grant*
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Interchange
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Aidan Sezer*
David Shillington
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Interchange
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Joel Romelo*
Feleti Mateo
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Interchange
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Jake Foster*
Justin O'Neill2*
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Interchange
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Dane Nielsen*
Kieran Foran4*
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Interchange
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Timana Tahu*
Shaun Johnson3*
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Interchange
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Jack Wighton*
Wayne Bennett Coach Laurie Daley

1 - David Taylor was originally selected to play but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Ashley Harrison.[3]
2 - Billy Slater was originally selected to play but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Jarryd Hayne whilst Justin O'Neill filled Hayne's spot on the bench.[4]
3 - Cooper Cronk was originally selected to play but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Shaun Johnson.[5]
4 - Anthony Watmough was originally selected to play but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Kieran Foran.[6]
5 - Paul Gallen was originally selected to play but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Chris Heighington.[7]

Result[edit]

9 February 2013, 7:45pm(AEDT)
Indigenous All Stars 32 – 6 NRL All Stars
Tries
Barba 3
(10', 21', 31')
Robinson 3
(46', 71', 78')
Goals
Thurston 3/4
Prince 1/1
Tries
1 (14') Hayne
Goals
1/1 Reynolds
Suncorp Stadium
Attendance: 41,021
Man of the Match: Ben Barba (Preston Campbell Medal)

Women All Stars Teams[edit]

2013 (2013) All Stars match  ()
1 2 3 4 Total
IND
WAS
Date Saturday 9 February 2013
Stadium Suncorp Stadium
Location Brisbane
Woman of the Match TBA
Advance Australia Fair TBA

The NRL has announced the Women's and Indigenous Women's All Stars teams to take the field as part of the Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars match on Saturday 9 February in Brisbane. This will be the Second Women's rugby league match for the women as part of the fixture, with the level of competition stepping up again next year, thanks to increased women's pathways nationally and female participation levels across the game at an all time high.[8][9]

INDIGENOUS
WOMEN ALL STARS
Position WOMEN
ALL STARS
Casey Karklis Fullback Sam Hammond
Latoya Billy Wing Karina Brown
Tallisha Harden (c) Centre Annette Brander
Caitlyn Moran Centre Corban McGregor
Narikah Johnson Wing Chelsea Baker
Nakia Davis-Welsh Five-eighth Allana Ferguson
Jenni-Sue Hoepper Halfback Maddie Studdon
Rebecca Young Prop Steph Hancock (c)
Kelsey Parkins Hooker Brittany Breayley
Ashleigh Singleton Prop Heather Ballinger
Emma-Marie Young 2nd Row Kezie Apps
Jasmin Allende 2nd Row Renae Kunst
Elizabeth Cook-Black Lock Ruan Sims
Lauren Motlop Interchange Charmayne Nathan
Simone Smith Interchange Kody House
Lavina Phillips Interchange Vanessa Foliaki
Rebecca Riley Interchange Simaima Taufa-Kautai
Carly Phillips Interchange Shanice Parker
Dean Widders Coach Steve Folkes

Result[edit]

9 February 2013
7.15pm (AEST)
Indigenous Woman All Stars Woman All Stars team
Tries:
Goals:
Tries:
Goals:
Suncorp Stadium
Attendance:
:
Referee/s: Jarred Maxwell & Ben Cummins

References[edit]

Coordinates: 27°27′53″S 153°0′34″E / 27.46472°S 153.00944°E / -27.46472; 153.00944 (Suncorp Stadium)