The return of Harvey Norman All Stars to Townsville will feature home-grown superstar Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, alongside a host of Premiership and representative stars.
The match, at Queensland Country Bank Stadium on Friday 16 February, will include Josh Addo-Carr, Latrell Mitchell and Nicho Hynes in the Indigenous Men’s side, up against Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Jahrome Hughes and Joseph Tapine in the Māori men’s side.
The Indigenous Women’s All Stars will feature Tamika Upton, Taliah Fuimaono and Tallisha Harden, while the Māori women’s team will include Kennedy Cherrington, Corban Baxter and Raecene McGregor.
The updated squads are below:
Indigenous All Stars (Men)
Coach: Ronald Griffiths
Māori All Stars (Men)
Te Maire Martin
Coach: Adam Blair
Indigenous All Stars (Women)
Coach: Jess Skinner
Māori All Stars (Women)
Rima Pirini Butler
Coach: Keith Hanley
Tickets for Harvey Norman All Stars 2024 are available from nrl.com/tickets, starting at $35 for adults and $95 for families (two adults and two children).
The 2024 NRL Harvey Norman All Stars will feature the women’s and men’s Indigenous and Māori teams, along with Touch Football.
The All Stars matches will be broadcast live on the Nine Network, Fox League, Kayo Sports, Sky Sport New Zealand and Watch NRL.
The 2024 Harvey Norman All Stars is proudly supported by the Queensland Government, via Tourism and Events Queensland, along with Stadiums Queensland.
Townsville North Queensland is open and ready to welcome travellers from near and far. As the events capital of the North and host of Harvey Norman All Stars 2024, Townsville is a place where you can come for the event but stay for the destination. townsvillenorthqueensland.com.au