Melbourne Storm will feature prominently in Representative Round with 11 players in action this weekend.
Five Storm players will headline Friday night’s ANZAC Test, including Cameron Smith and Jesse Bromwich who will captain Australia and New Zealand respectively.
All six men’s representative games during the round will have at least one Melbourne player in action.
Storm will also have a presence in the coaches box with assistant Adam O’Brien (Country) and Jason Ryles (Junior Kangaroos) apart of the representative coaching staff.
Storm’s significant representation across the weekend is a deserved reward for the Club’s strong start to the season.
Melbourne currently sit in third spot on the NRL ladder with a 7-2 record after recording a 38-0 win over the Titans on Sunday.
Australia v New Zealand
May 6, 7.50pm
Cameron Smith (Australia)
Cooper Cronk (Australia)
Jesse Bromwich (New Zealand)
Kevin Proctor (New Zealand)
Tohu Harris (New Zealand)
Pacific Test Double Header
Fiji v Papua New Guinea – 5.35pm
Tong v Samoa – 7.40pm
Felise Kaufusi (Tonga)
Ben Nakubuwai (Fiji)
Junior Kangaroos v Junior Kiwis
May 7, 3.15pm
Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta
Curtis Scott (Junior Kangaroos)
XXXX Queensland Residents v Intrust Super Premiership NSW Residents
May 8, 1.40pm
Suzuki Stadium, Langlands Park
Francis Tualau (Queensland Residents)
Country v City
May 8, 4pm
Scully Park, Tamworth
Dale Finucane (Country)
Jordan McLean (Country)