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Storm guide to rep round in Auckland

Your guide to Storm players in action at Eden Park, Auckland on Saturday.

Samoa v Fiji

Saturday November 2

Kick off: 12.20pm

Broadcast: Foxtel, Nine GEM

Tino Fa'asuamaleaui

Starting in the second row for Samoa, Tino will round out four straight weeks of representative rugby league after playing for the Australian PM’s XIII in Fiji, Samoa at the World Nines and for the Junior Kangaroos against France.

Marion Seve

Was a standout for Samoa in the World Nines and the only player to hit the scoreboard for his side in the semi final loss to Australia, crossing for two tries. 

Suliasi Vunivalu

Scored a double in his last game for Fiji earlier this year. Was unable to play in the most recent test due to hamstring soreness and will be eager to rip in.

Tui Kamikamica

The powerhouse forward produced two tackle breaks and crossed for a try in Fiji's test against Lebanon.

Isaac Lumelume

Played a full 80 minutes in the centres on debut against Lebanon - produced two tackle breaks and ran for 98 metres. Will start on the wing in this game.

Great Britain v New Zealand

Saturday November 2

Kick off: 3pm

Broadcast: Foxtel, Nine GEM

Brandon Smith

Has cemented his place as the Kiwis' starting hooker. This will be his third representative game this year following his outstanding man-of-the-match performance against Tonga in June and last weekend's test against Australia. 

Kenny Bromwich

Starting in the second row, this will be his third game for New Zealand this year. As consistently good for the Kiwis as he is at club level. 

Jahrome Hughes

Will again start off the interchange bench in his third appearance for the Kiwis. Scored a try on debut and played 29 minutes off the bench against Australia.

Tonga Invitational v Australia

Saturday November 2

Kick off: 5.40pm

Broadcast: Foxtel, Nine GEM

Josh Addo-Carr

Scored a try on debut against the Kiwis and will bring his trademark energy and pace in his second game for Australia.

Cameron Munster

Will start at five-eighth again after playing 80 minutes in the number 6 jersey against New Zealand last week.

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.