Teams are in for the NRL's representative round, with nine games to be played between Wednesday and Sunday.

It all kicks off with Lebanon to take on Malta on Wednesday, before junior representative fixtures return to the calendar for the first time since pre-COVID, with both men's and women's under-19s games to take to Leichhardt on Thursday.

Friday brings us the final one-off Women's Origin in the nation's capital, before the eagerly-awaited Tonga and New Zealand double header in Auckland kicks off Saturday in Auckland, with both women and men to play.

Saturday is a monster day, with two more Tests in Campbelltown to see Samoa take on the Cook Islands and Papua New Guinea to tackle Fiji.

Sunday completes the weekend with Origin 2.

Use the drop down menu to navigate through this weekend's team lists.


Samoa vs Cook Islands

When: Saturday, June 25, 5:40pm (AEST)
Where: Campbelltown Sports Stadium, Campbelltown
How to watch: Fox Sports, Channel 9, Kayo Sports, 9Now

1. Charlie Staines (Penrith Panthers)
2. Taylan May (Penrith Panthers)
3. Izack Tago (Penrith Panthers)
4. Jaxson Paulo (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
5. David Nofoaluma (Wests Tigers)
6. Chanel Harris-Tavita (New Zealand Warriors)
7. Anthony Milford (Newcastle Knights)
8. Martin Taupau (Manly Sea Eagles)
9. Jazz Tevaga (New Zealand Warriors)
10. Francis Molo (St George Illawarra Dragons)
11. Josh Schuster (Manly Sea Eagles)
12. Jaydn Su'A (St George Illawarra Dragons)
13. Josh Aloiai (Manly Sea Eagles)

14. Fa'amanu Brown (Wests Tigers)
15. Keenan Palasia (Brisbane Broncos)
16. Spencer Leniu (Penrith Panthers)
17. Bunty Afoa (New Zealand Warriors)

18. Mathew Feagai (St George Illawarra Dragons)

Cook Islands
1. Kayal Iro (Newtown Jets)
2. Steven Marsters (Thirroul Butchers)
3. Anthony Gelling (NZ club rugby league)
4. Reubenn Rennie (Newtown Jets)
14. Geoff Daniela (St Marys)
6. Esan Marsters (Gold Coast Titans)
7. Reece Joyce (NZ club rugby league)
8. Vincent Rennie (Newtown Jets)
10. Tinirau Arona (Wakefield Trinnity)
13. Xavier Willison (Brisbane Broncos)
11. Brendan Piakura (Brisbane Broncos)
12. Pride Petterson-Robati (New Zealand Warriors)
15. Moses Noovao-McGreal (Norths Devils)

9. Aaron Teroi (Central Queensland Capras)
16. Davvy Moale (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
17. Makahesi Makatoa (Parramatta Eels)
18. Reuben Porter (Tweed Heads Seagulls)

19. Brody Tamarua (NZ club rugby league)