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Photo by Colin Whelan copyright © :        Representative Rugby League, City v Country at Dubbo, May 4th  2014.

Melbourne Forward Dale Finucane says it will be an 'honour' to represent Country when Trent Barrett's side face City in rugby league's annual fixture in Wagga Wagga.

After making his representative debut for Country last year, the 23-year old will add to his representative experience on Sunday.

"It's obviously an honour to represent country New South Wales for the second time this year," Finucane said.

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"The calibre of players we have in our team is really good with a good mix of youth and experience."

Finucane has no doubts on the value of the City-Country fixture, explaining the worth it holds for many country towns across the state.

"I remember as a kid if an NRL game came close to your hometown there was a real buzz about the place," Finucane said.

"For the young kids to be able to see the calibre of players coming out and playing in their hometown will be really exciting."

Melbourne Storm will have 15 NRL listed players and one U20 Thunderbolt represent the Club across the weekend's action. To see a full list of the teams, please click here.

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour 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.