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Junior Rau scores in his Kumuls debut.

Several Intrust Super Cup players have been named to play for their cultural heritage in this weekend's Representative Round fixtures.

The extravaganza kicks off on Friday night with a RLWC2021 qualifier between the Cook Islands and South Africa, featuring a number of in-form representatives in the all-important matchup.

Saturday sees three blockbuster Men's games; including two Oceania Cup rivalries between New Zealand and Tonga in Auckland, and PNG and Samoa at Leichhardt Oval.

A number of women playing in the SEQ Women's competition will also represent their nations in the games to precede the Pacific Tests played in New Zealand and Australia.

TEAM LISTS >> Click here to view the 2019 Representative Round team lists

Intrust Super Cup Representatives

Cook Islands v South Africa
7pm Friday, June 21 at Ringrose Park, Wentworthville

Cook Islands

Troy Dargan Norths Devils
Eli Noovao Central Queensland Capras
Moses Noovao-McGreal Norths Devils
John Puna Easts Tigers
Pride Petterson-Robati Norths Devils
Aaron Teroi Central Queensland Capras
Paul Ulberg Norths Devils

South Africa

Brendan Frei Norths Devils
Mitchell Frei Souths Logan Magpies
Shane Gillham Tweed Seagulls

Fiji v Lebanon
5.40pm Saturday, June 22 at Leichhardt Oval


Tui Kamikamica Sunshine Coast Falcons / Melbourne Storm
Siti Moceidreke Sunshine Coast Falcons

Samoa v Papua New Guinea
7.55pm Saturday, June 22 at Leichhardt Oval


Jaydn Su'A Souths Logan Magpies / Brisbane Broncos

Papua New Guinea

Stanton Albert PNG Hunters
Kurt Baptiste Northern Pride / North Queensland Cowboys
Xavier Coates Tweed Seagulls
Edene Gebbie Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Kyle Laybutt Townsville Blackhawks
Enock Maki PNG Hunters
Moses Meninga PNG Hunters
Justin Olam Sunshine Coast Falcons / Melbourne Storm
Luke Page Burleigh Bears
Nixon Putt Norths Devils
Junior Rau PNG Hunters
James Segeyaro Norths Devils / Brisbane Broncos
Terry Wapi PNG Hunters
Acknowledgement of Country

Queensland Rugby League respects and honours 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.

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