2019 All Stars match

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2019 (2019) All Stars match  ()
1234 Total
IND 1010010 34
MAO 6440 14
Date15 February 2019
StadiumAAMI Park
LocationMelbourne, Victoria
Preston Campbell MedalTyrone Roberts
RefereesGrant Atkins, Gavin Badger
Attendance18,802
Broadcast partners
Commentators
← 2017
2020 →

The 2019 All Stars match was the eighth annual representative exhibition All Stars match of Australian rugby league. The match was played between the Indigenous All Stars and the Māori All Stars and for the first time, the match was played in Victoria's AAMI Park. The match was held on the 15 February 2019.[1]

Teams[edit]

INDIGENOUS
ALL STARS
Position MĀORI
ALL STARS
Alex Johnston2
South Sydney colours.svg
Fullback
Auckland colours.svg
Peta Hiku
Blake Ferguson
Parramatta colours.svg
Wing
South Sydney colours.svg
Dane Gagai
Latrell Mitchell
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Centre
Wests Tigers colours.svg
Esan Marsters
James Roberts
Brisbane colours.svg
Centre
Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg
Dean Whare
Josh Addo-Carr
Melbourne colours.svg
Wing
North Queensland colours.svg
Jordan Kahu
Cody Walker (c)
South Sydney colours.svg
Five-eighth
Newcastle colours.svg
Kalyn Ponga
Tyrone Roberts
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg
Halfback
Melbourne colours.svg
Jahrome Hughes
Andrew Fifita
Cronulla colours.svg
Prop
Melbourne colours.svg
Jesse Bromwich
Nathan Peats
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg
Hooker
Melbourne colours.svg
Brandon Smith
Leilani Latu1
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg
Prop
Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg
James Tamou3
Will Chambers
Melbourne colours.svg
2nd Row
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg
Kevin Proctor
Adam Elliott
Canterbury colours.svg
2nd Row
Auckland colours.svg
Adam Blair (c)
Tyrone Peachey
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg
Lock
Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg
James Fisher-Harris
David Fifita
Brisbane colours.svg
Interchange
Newcastle colours.svg
Danny Levi
Chris Smith
Canterbury colours.svg
Interchange
Parramatta colours.svg
Brad Takairangi
Jesse Ramien
Newcastle colours.svg
Interchange
Auckland colours.svg
Gerard Beale
Bevan French
Parramatta colours.svg
Interchange
Auckland colours.svg
Tohu Harris
Kotoni Staggs
Brisbane colours.svg
Interchange
Canterbury colours.svg
Corey Harawira-Naera
Josh Kerr
St. George colours.svg
Interchange
Melbourne colours.svg
Kenny Bromwich
Craig Garvey4
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Interchange
Canberra colours.svg
Joseph Tapine
Laurie Daley Coach Stacey Jones

1 - Ryan James was originally selected to play but withdrew due to injury. Leilani Latu was moved from the bench to Prop and James was replaced by Josh Kerr.[2]
2 - Ben Barba was originally selected to play but was withdrawn after his contract with the North Queensland Cowboys was terminated. Alex Johnston was moved from the bench to Fullback and Barba was replaced by Bevan French.[3]
3 - Jordan McLean was originally selected to play but withdrew. James Tamou was moved from the bench to Prop and McLean was replaced by Kenny Bromwich.[4]
4 - Tyrell Fuimaono was originally selected to play but withdrew. He was replaced by Craig Garvey.

Result[edit]

15 February 2019
8:20pm (AEDT)
Indigenous All Stars 34 – 14 Māori people Māori All Stars
Tries:
Josh Addo-Carr (11', 14') 2
Bevan French (33') 1
Blake Ferguson (39') 1
David Fifita (45') 1
Cody Walker (64') 1
Josh Kerr (73') 1
Goals:
Latrell Mitchell 3/7
(15', 40', 75')
Field Goals:
Tyrone Roberts 0/1
[5]
1st: 10 - 6
2nd: 10 - 4
3rd: 4 - 4
4th: 10 - 0
Tries:
Dane Gagai (3', 28') 2
Esan Marsters (51') 1
Goals:
Jordan Kahu 1/2
(4')
Esan Marsters 0/1
AAMI Park
Attendance: 18,802
Preston Campbell Medal: Tyrone Roberts
Referee: Grant Atkins, Gavin Badger

Women's All Stars match[edit]

For the seventh time, a Women's All Stars match was held. The match, like the men's one will be held on the 15 February 2019.

2019 (2019) Women All Stars match  ()
1234 Total
IND 0000 4
MAO 4004 8
DateFriday 15 February 2019
StadiumAAMI Park
LocationMelbourne, Victoria
Attendance18,802
Broadcast partners
← 2017
2020 →

Teams[edit]

INDIGENOUS
WOMEN'S ALL STARS
Position MĀORI
WOMEN'S ALL STARS
Tahlia Hunter Fullback
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Botille Vette-Welsh
Terri Ann Cain Wing
Auckland colours.svg
Hilda (Mariu) Peters
Amber Pilley
Brisbane colours.svg
Centre Jonsal Tautari
Shaylee Bent Centre
Auckland colours.svg
Amber Kani
Shakiah Tungai Wing Tyler Birch
Quincy Dodd
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Five-eighth
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Zahara Temara
Sharon McGrady
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Halfback Teeaye Hapuku
Rebecca Young Prop Kararaina Wira
Akayla McQuire Hooker
Auckland colours.svg
Krystal Rota (c)
Layla Fauid Prop
Auckland colours.svg
Kahurangi Peters
Samartha Leisha 2nd Row Geneva Webber
Caitlan Johnston 2nd Row
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Tazmin Gray
Kandy Kennedy
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg
Lock Rona Peters (c)
Tallisha Harden
Brisbane colours.svg
Interchange Christyl Stowers
Kyara Nean
South Sydney colours.svg
Interchange Kathleen (Wharton) Keremete
Regan Hart Interchange Charlette (Harata) Butler
Tommaya Kelly Sines Interchange Kerehitina Matua
Layna Nona Busch Interchange Acacia Claridge-Te Iwimate
Dean Widders Coach Rusty Matua

Result[edit]

15 February 2019
Indigenous Women's All Stars 4 – 8 Māori people Maori Women's All Stars
Tries:
Shakiah Tungai (31') 1
Tries:
Tyler Birch (10') 1
Krystal Rota (54') 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NRL announce new All-Stars concept to kick-off 2019 NRL season". www.sportingnews.com. Retrieved 2018-11-04.
  2. ^ "Kerr called into Indigenous All Stars squad". Dragons.com.au. 1 February 2019.
  3. ^ "French to replace Barba in All Stars side". NRL.com. 2 February 2019.
  4. ^ "Bromwich to replace McLean in Māori All Stars". NRL.com. 4 February 2019.
  5. ^ "Addo-Carr stars as Indigenous All Stars beat Māori All Stars". NRL.com. 15 February 2019.