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: RUGBY LEAGUE - ANZAC TEST MATCH. Australia v New Zealand, at Canberra Stadium Friday the 19th of April 2013. Digital Image by Grant Trouville © Action Photographic
: RUGBY LEAGUE - ANZAC TEST MATCH. Australia v New Zealand, at Canberra Stadium Friday the 19th of April 2013. Digital Image by Grant Trouville © Action Photographic

14 Melbourne Storm players have been selected for rugby league's upcoming representative weekend. Storm will be represented in the Australian, New Zealand, Samoan, NSW City and U20 sides.

Storm and Kangaroos captain Cameron Smith has been named to lead Australia in Friday night's ANZAC Test alongside Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk. Melbourne will also carry strong representation in the New Zealand line-up with four players selected for Saturday night's match at Allianz Stadium. Jesse Bromwich, Tohu Harris and Kevin Proctor have all been named while Kenny Bromwich is in line to make his international debut.

200-game second-rower Ryan Hoffman will also participate in the weekend of representative football when he captains the NSW City side in Dubbo on Sunday. It will be the Campbelltown Collegians junior's seventh match for City.

21-year old winger Young Tonumaipea has also been called into Samoa's squad ahead of their Four Nations qualifier against Fiji on Saturday night at Sportingbet Stadium. Storm will also be represented in the U20 Origin on Saturday with youngsters Matt Lodge, Dean Britt , Rhys Kennedy (NSW) plus Cameron Munster and Christian Welch (QLD) selected for their respective states.

Fan up and be there when Storm take on the Sea Eagles at AAMI Park in Round 9. Book here.

Australia v New Zealand
Friday 2 May, 7:30pm
Allianz Stadium
TV: Channel GEM, LIVE from 7:30

Australia: Billy Slater, Darius Boyd, Greg Inglis, Josh Morris, Brett Morris, Johnathan Thurston, Cooper Cronk, Matt Scott, Cameron Smith (c), James Tamou, Greg Bird, Sam Thaiday, Paul Gallen, Daly Cherry-Evans, Boyd Cordner, Nate Myles, Corey Parker; 18th man: Matt Gillett.

New Zealand: Gerard Beale, Adam Blair, Jesse Bromwich, Kenneath Bromwich, Greg Eastwood, Tohu Harris, Siliva Havili, Ben Henry, Peta Hiku, Isaac John, Shaun Johnson, Simon Mannering, Sam Moa, Jason Nightingale, Kevin Proctor, Martin Taupau, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Dean Whare.

NSW City v NSW Country
Sunday 4 May, 3pm
APEX Oval, Dubbo

NSW City: Matt Moylan, Daniel Tupou, Will Hopoate, Dylan Walker, Jorge Taufua, Josh Reynolds, A Reynolds, Andrew Fifita, Beau Falloon, Aaron Woods, Tony Williams, Ryan Hoffman (C), Wade Graham, Jamie Buhrer, David Klemmer, Tim Grant, Aidan Sezer; 18th man: Trent Hodkinson.

NSW Country: Josh Dugan, Michael Gordon, Jack Wighton, Jamal Idris, James McManus, Tyrone Roberts, Trent Merrin, Mitch Rein, Aiden Tolman (C), Beau Scott, Josh Jackson, Adam Docker, Josh McCrone, Paul Vaughan, Dale Finucane, Tariq Sims.

Samoa v Fiji
Saturday 3 May, 7:30pm
Sportingbet Stadium, Penrith

U20 NSW v U20 Queensland
Saturday 3 May
Sportingbet Stadium, Penrith