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Storm had 16 players take to the field on the weekend for Representative Round.

We look at how each of the boys went across the six games.

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Australia 30 def New Zealand 12

Cameron Smith became just the second Australian to reach the 50 game milestone for his country and he produced a typically mercurial game to mark the occasion.

In-form centre Will Chambers further pressed his claim for a Queensland jersey in the coming weeks with a first half try while Cooper Cronk was dazzling with the boot and provided a no-look assist to make it a 30-nil advantage early in the second half.

The Kiwis ran for more metres on the night, thanks largely to Jesse Bromwich’s 165m while Kenny Bromwich was impressive off the bench with 66m and 17 tackles in 33 minutes of playing time.

Cook Islands 22 def by Papua New Guinea 32

Justin Olam produced one of the best try assists you will see with some quick footwork before flicking a pass out to a teammate for the first try of the game.

Olam added 92 metres and 12 tackles to go along with his assist.

The Cook Islands gave everything in this entertaining contest but the PNG Kumuls proved too strong in the end.

Tonga 26 def Fiji 24

Plenty in this contest for everyone as Tonga left it late to come up with a match-winning try with three minutes left to play.

Suliasi Vunivalu ran for 131 metres and produced a try-saving tackle in his international debut while Fijian teammate Tui Kamikamica had a game-high 35 tackles as he pressed his claim for an NRL return.

Felise Kaufusi was strong throughout the night for Tonga, playing all 80 minutes and finishing with 125 metres.

City 20 def Country 10

In his first representative game Josh Addo-Carr showed he was right at home, running for 148 metres and forcing a goal line drop out with a great tackle in the first half.

Dale Finucane was a starting prop for Country and amassed in 113 metres while Cheyse Blair had 143m in what was the final City-Country game.

Junior Kangaroos 46 def Junior Kiwis 22

The Junior Kangaroos cemented this win early with a 30-nil first half performance.

Young Storm halfback Brodie Croft was star of the show, with the Junior Kangaroos captain providing an assist for four of the nine tries to go on to be named Man of the Match.

Curtis Scott was also a vital part of the attack in the second game of his career for the Junior Kangaroos.

Queensland Residents 36 def NSW Residents 6

Queensland had the perfect start with Dean Britt scoring their first try of the game after latching onto a pass to score under the posts in the seventh minute.

Jahrome Hughes lined up at fullback and continued the strong run of form he has been demonstrating at Queensland Cup level.

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.