Congratulations to Ethan Ferguson and Kate Fallon on their selections to represent NSW in the Mens under 19s team and the Women’s under 19s team.

NSW Under 19s team named for Under 19s Origin

The NSWRL is pleased to announce the CABE NSW Under 19s Men’s State of Origin team to face Queensland at Kayo Stadium in Redcliffe on Thursday 13 July.

The team includes Manly Warringah Sea Eagles back-rower Samuela Fainu, who has played five NRL games this season, and his younger brother, Latu Fainu, who has played six games for the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles in The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup.

The Penrith Panthers have four players, including Harrison Hassett, Jesse McLean, Billy Scott and Luron Patea. Hassett, McLean and Scott played in the premiership-winning SG Ball Cup team from 2022 with Hassett (four games) and McLean (13 games) graduating to play The Knock-On Effect NSW Cup this season.

The squad is scheduled to come into camp on Saturday 8 July and will be coached by True Blue Andrew Ryan, who was at the helm last season when the NSW Under 19s scored a decisive 32-4 win over Queensland at Leichhardt Oval.


Jake Clydsdale (Canberra Raiders)

Latu Fainu (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)

Samuela Fainu (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)

Joshua Feledy (Wests Tigers)

Ethan Ferguson (South Sydney Rabbitohs)

Charlie Guymer (Parramatta Eels)

Harrison Hassett (Penrith Panthers)

Myles Martin (Newcastle Knights)

Jermaine McEwen (Newcastle Knights)

Jesse McLean (Penrith Panthers)

Joash Papalii (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Luron Patea (Penrith Panthers)

Ethan Sanders (Parramatta Eels)

Billy Scott (Penrith Panthers)

Chevy Stewart (Canberra Raiders)

Ethan Strange (Canberra Raiders)

Savelio Tamale (St George Illawarra Dragons)

Nicholas Tsougranis (St George Illawarra Dragons)

Sam Tuivaiti (Parramatta Eels)

Coach: Andrew Ryan

NSW Women's Under 19s team named for Origin match

The NSWRL has announced the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Under 19s squad for the Women’s Under 19s State of Origin match at Kayo Stadium in Redcliffe on Thursday 13 July.

The squad will be coached by Kate Mullaly, who is an assistant coach for the Harvey Norman NSW Sky Blues, and includes players who took part in the 2023 Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup. The team is yet to be named.

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs forward Monalisa Soliola played in last year’s Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Under 19s team which scored a decisive 22-6 win over Queensland.

The Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Under 19s team has not been beaten since the concept first started in 2019, winning every year apart from 2020 when the game was not played due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

HARVEY NORMAN NSW WOMEN’S UNDER 19s SQUAD (in alphabetical order)

Charlotte Barwick (Newcastle Knights)

Marley Cardwell (Penrith Panthers)

Kate Fallon (South Sydney Rabbitohs)

Tatiana Finau (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Litia Fusi (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Kalosipani Hopoate (North Sydney Bears)

Chloe Jackson (North Sydney Bears)

Evie Jones (Newcastle Knights)

Noaria Kapua (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Chelsea Makira (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Leah Ollerton (Newcastle Knights)

Latisha Smythe (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Monalisa Soliola (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Brooke Talataina (Sydney Roosters)

Alexis Tauaneai (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)

Lindsay Tui (Parramatta Eels)

Grace-Lee Weekes (North Sydney Bears)

Georgia Willey (Canberra Raiders)

Sienna Williams (North Sydney Bears)

Coach: Kate Mullaly

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