A host of NRL stars will be on Show as each Nation prepares for the Rugby League World Cup in 2008.
�The Pacific Islands are home to a number of NRL stars and have been for the past 10 � 15 years�. ARL CEO Geoff Carr said.
�It is every athletes dream to represent their county and I�m sure those playing in the International will do so with the utmost pride for their country�. Carr said.
The Samoan side is:
1. Chan Ly (Windsor) 2. Jermaine Ale (Canberra Raiders) 3. Steven Matai (Manly Warringah) 4. George Carmont (Newcastle Knights) 5. McKonkie Tauasa (Sydney Roosters) 6. Lydan Matua (South Sydney) 7. Marcus Perenara (Parramatta Eels) 8. Phil Leuluai (Sharks) 9. Henry Perenara (Parramatta Eels) 10. Hutch Maiava (Sharks) 11. Kylie Leuluai (Manly Warringah) 12. Jeff Lima(Tigers) 13. Jeremy Smith (Brisbane Norths) 14. Jack Afamasaga (Parramatta Eels) 15. Sam Tagatese (Melbourne Storm) 16. Clifford Manu(Sharks) 17. Filinga Filiga (Bulldogs)
Coach - Chris Anderson Manager - Nigel Vagana
The Tongan side is:
1. Chris Tuatara (Melbourne Storm) 2. John Sinisa (Newtown Jets) 3. Lopini Paea (Sydney Roosters) 4. David Pangai (Wests Tigers) 5. Makasini Richter (Bulldogs) 6. Lelea Paea (Sydney Roosters) 7. Feleti Mateo (London Broncos) 8. Aaron Cannings (Parramatta) 9. Ben Roberts (Western Suburbs) 10. Shenelle Haumono (Penrith Panthers) 11. Richard Fa�aso (Sydney Roosters) 12. Willie Manu (Dragons) 13. Antonio Kaufusi (Melbourne Storm) 14. Michael Jennings (Penrith Panthers) 15. Tyrone Smith (London Broncos) 16. Junior Ahio (Penrith Panthers) 17. Manase Manuokafoa (South Sydney)
Coaches - Royce Simmons and Jim Dymock Manager - Fui Fui Moi Moi