Victoria's best indigenous men and women will battle it out in the National Indigenous Cricket Championships (NICC) this week, with the tournament kicking off in Alice Springs today. The Victorian men’s side will be hunting back-to-back titles in 2018, after claiming their first NICC title in 2017 having defeated South Australia.
The Indigenous Australian International Rules team are ready for kick off, with the two-Test series starting on Saturday.
Leilani Latu got his name on the scoresheet and gave the Indigenous All Stars a 24-8 lead when the World All Stars butchered a short kick-off attempt on a try-line drop out re-start.
Kick-off between the Indigenous and Maori All Stars is at 7:10pm local time (8:10pm AEDT) on Saturday 22 February at Cbus Super Stadium on the Gold Coast. There is also a curtain-raiser, with the.
The Indigenous All Stars then go the length of the field, with Greg Bird making a nice break, before Johnathan Thurston forces a drop-out with an ad-lib kick off the ground.
The NRL have announced a revamped All-Stars game will kick-off the 2019 NRL season. The new format will see the Australian Indigenous All-Stars play the New Zealand Maori at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
The Arafura Games will kick off with a demonstration from our two national Indigenous soccer teams. The Indigenous Roos (men’s) and the Indigenous Koalas (women’s) will feature in a series of showcase matches before the opening ceremony at the end of this month.
The NRL All Stars fought back to defeat the Indigenous All Stars 36-28 in Robina, but the story of the night was an ankle injury sustained by Greg Inglis.
The event will retain the same format as this year with Indigenous and Maori male and female teams to face off in a double-header on Saturday, February 22. The inaugural Indigenous All Stars game.
Two of the oldest cultures in the world will headline the start of the 2019 NRL season on Friday 15 February, when the Australian Indigenous All-Stars take on the New Zealand Maori Kiwis at AAMI Park in Melbourne. The men’s and women’s NRL Harvey Norman All-Stars double-header were announced thi.
YOUR brainchild, the All Stars game - the official kick-off for the 2012 rugby league season - pits the NRL All Stars against the Indigenous All Stars. But you never saw it as a game of black.
All the damage done by misbehaving players will leave a brutally bitter taste in the wake of the worst off-season in recent memory but in the Indigenous-Maori All Stars clash, the NRL have finally.
WEST Coast has come from behind to record its first win of a new season over the AFL Indigenous All Stars in an entertaining exhibition game at Medibank Stadium in Perth. The Eagles trailed by 10 points at half time but injected young legs into the game after the break to kick three goals to none in the second half and win 7.7 (49) to 5.11 (41). The match was played in front of a sell-out.
The 2019 Harvey Norman All-Stars is back with a bang with a new generation of Indigenous and Maori players selected to kick-off the 2019 rugby league season. Latrell Mitchell, Kaylyn Ponga, Josh Addo-Carr, Brandon Smith, David Fifita and Esan Marst.
New Zealand Kiwis vs Indigenous All-Stars live streaming: Watch the NRL All Stars game online on Friday February 15, 2019.As the captain of the Indigenous All Stars team, Walker was thrust into the political spotlight when asked at the post-match press conference about the players declining to sing Advance Australia Fair before kick-off. The issue created public debate, with Australian coach Mal Meninga calling for a referendum on the national anthem.Then the Indigenous All Stars channelled their warrior ancestors. Cody Walker, Tyrone Roberts and Josh Addo-Carr all individually made their wya out to the Maori players to eye-ball them and throw.