Welcome to Wide World of Sports’ coverage of the 2021 NRL All Stars Game We’ll be the action from the Queensland Country Bank Stadium for the clashes of the indigenous All Stars of men and women against the All Stars of Maori Here are the start times

The indigenous duo Latrell Mitchell and Alex Johnston teamed up in a brilliant piece to cut the deficit late in the NRL All Stars fight, but the Rabbitohs couple couldn’t do enough to claim victory in the show fight / p>

The match between the Indians and the Maoris ended in a 10-point tie, meaning the Maoris keep the cutlery they won last year

Mitchell peeled off a clever cultivator on the left edge so that Johnston was 63 Minute down, before Mitchell added the extras to make things 10-8

“The kick comes from Latrell Mitchell’s shoe for this man: Alex Johnston, the top scorer for 2020,” said nine-person expert Billy Slater

“This is one of the best weeks I’ve ever had – I’ve just reconnected with my culture,” Marshall said while reporting from Nine after the game

“If you talk to the indigenous boys about how much it means to them and their people, and just hear their stories, you will understand where they come from with many of their subjects

It took the Maoris 47 minutes to get on the scoreboard, but have since run two tries in just four minutes

Up-and-coming Brisbane Broncos second rower Jordan Riki took the first four-pointer when he stormed over eight meters before Patrick Herbert added the two points

The Maori were back after the center of Sydney Roosters, Joseph Manu, settled on a pass 70 meters away before demolishing the field and selflessly connecting with the Canterbury runabout Dallin Watene-Zelezniak

The clash with NRL All Stars means so much to these men, and it was evident in the hot first two quarters when a string of brawls broke out and Zane Musgrove locked a scapegoat for a shoulder load

Maori enforcer Zane Musgrove was sentenced to sin late in the second quarter for a shoulder lawsuit against indigenous second rower Tyrell Fuimaono

Musgrove rattled the St George Illawarra dragons when his brain was 35 Minute of the game snapped

A dispute broke out between the indigenous and Maori teams before Musgrove was reported and trashed for 10 minutes

The Indians scored their first goal in the men’s All Stars clash when center-back Jamal Fogarty scored a penalty in the first quarter

An argument erupted in the first quarter after Maori proponent James Fisher-Harris knocked indigenous five-eighth Cody Walker off the ball and told the referee to say, “Let’s get the trash out”

“We saw from the war cries and the energy they put into these (the dances) that it meant a lot,” said Slater

Rugby League legend Johnathan Thurston said he was so proud of his eyes during the tribal dance of the indigenous team prior to the NRL All Stars clash

One of the greatest Indigenous footballers of all time, Thurston donned his beloved Indigenous All Stars jersey five times between 2010 and 2017, but the retired former master playmaker watches tonight’s game from the comment box of the Nine

“I had tears in my eyes,” said Thurston when asked for his thoughts on the indigenous war dance led by superstar full-back Latrell Mitchell

“It was just great, and having the opportunity to play against the guys we don’t normally play is great too

“You represent your culture and gain a deeper understanding of our nation’s history and what our culture has been through that was one of my proudest moments”

Indigenous men: 1 Latrell Mitchell 2 Blake Ferguson 3 Jack Wighton 4 Jesse Ramien 5 Alex Johnston 6 Cody Walker 7 Jamal Fogarty 8 Andrew Fifita 9 Reuben Cotter 10 Josh Kerr 11 David Fifita 12 Tyrell Fuimaono 13 Tyrone Peachey Interchange: 14 Corey Thompson 15 Jamayne Taunoa-Brown 16 Cade Cust 17 Chris Smith 18 Zac Saddler 19 Josh Curran 20 Brian Kelly

Maori men: 1 Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad 2 Dallin Watene-Zelezniak 3 Joey Manu 4 Dylan Walker 5 Patrick Herbert 6 Jarome Luai 7 Benji Marshall 8 Russell Packer 9 Jeremy Marshall-King 10 James Fisher-Harris 11 British Nikora 12 Jordan Riki 13 Joseph Tapine Exchange: 14 Issac Luke 15 Emry Pere 16 Zane Musgrove 17 Jackson Topine 18 Esan Marsters 20 Daejarn Asi 22 Wiremu Greig

A laughing Latrell Mitchell has revealed that he told Benji Marshall not to let the ball go in today’s clash between the Indigenous All Stars and the Maori All Stars, indicating his fatal footwork

Marshall will face his beloved Maori All Stars for the first time when the two cultures clash at North Queensland Stadium, a match in which Marshall will face off against new teammate Mitchell of South Sydney Rabbitohs

Marshall was at the height of his career during his four appearances for the now defunct NRL All Stars outfit between 2010 and 2013 and embarrassing defenses with his breathtaking stride

But Mitchell has suggested the legendary playmaker park his trademark footwork for his return to the All Stars arena

“I’m just going to tell him not to let the ball run. He knows I told him before anyway,” Mitchell said on the Today Show,

If Mitchell’s words on his own play are indicative, the All Stars indigenous weapon footwork in his comeback game won’t be hampered by a broken Achilles tendon

The two-time Premiership winner has not played an official game since a thigh injury ended his 2020 season in round 16 This meant that the former Hahn’s first season with the Rabbitohs was limited to just 14 games

“I did really well, I did a little bit more every day so I’m very confident of how I will go”

The NRL has been hosting an All Stars exhibition game since 2010, but a Maori team wasn’t formed until 2019

The indigenous team beat the Maoris at 34:14 in 2019, before the Maoris hit back at 30:16 in 2020

The clash is an opportunity for NRL players of Indigenous and Maori heritage to celebrate their culture at the top of the season – and one that is hugely important to Mitchell

“It’s just about getting together, and of course Maori culture,” said Mitchell

“I know the guys are really looking forward to it this week and I think that prepares us for the 2021 season”

The All Stars team of Maori women won the duel against the indigenous All Star women with 24: 0

This year’s meeting was very different from the 10: 4 defeat against the indigenous team last year The kiwis scored five attempts against none in a dominant representation

The wet weather made handling the ball a bit difficult, but as the match went to the Kiwis, the confidence increased

The Maori were quick out of the blocks and took off quickly Raecene McGregor scored in the second minute, followed by Amy Turner 7 minutes later

Shanice Parker made a clever attempt to extend her lead late in the quarter after deducting a penalty to get off the short side, adding to the task for the indigenous side

Indigenous women came out stronger in the second half and put on tough defensive efforts to start the quarter Unfortunately, it wasn’t long before the ball security let them down again

The Maori team took advantage of these mistakes when McGregor stepped in for the second time after Sister Page came on stage in an attempt of her own to give them an unassailable head start

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