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Martin Taupau of the Kiwis evades the tackle of Cooper Cronk and Boyd Cordner of the Kangaroos during the ANZAC Test between Australia and New Zealand at Allianz Stadium, Sydney, Australia on Friday 2 May 2014. Photo: Mark Metcalfe/

Wests Tigers had five players play representative football on the weekend, with players taking the field for New Zealand, Fiji, NSW Under-20's and also City Origin.

Here's how the weekend unfolded for all involved.


ANZAC Test — Australia 30 def. New Zealand 18

Despite a spirited first-half performance that saw them leading at the break, New Zealand were overrun by a strong Australian outfit to lose 30-18 in their international Test.

Debtuant Martin Taupau was superb off the bench for the Kiwis while lock forwar Adam Blair was one of New Zealand's most dominant players in a losing team.


U/20 State of Origin — NSW 30 def. QLD 8

New South Wales continued their domination of Queensland in under-20's State of Origin with a 22-point drubbing in their curtain-raiser on Saturday night.

Wests Tigers under-20's half Mitchell Moses had a hand in five tries for the victors, with his brilliant performance not going unnoticed by many watching on the night.


Pacific Test — Samoa 32 def. Fiji 16

A back-and-forth match at Sportingbet Stadium was eventually won by Samoa, who overcame a slow start and early Fiji lead to emerge with a 16-point win.

Marika Koroibete was very involved on the wing for Fiji, with strong carries throughout.


City/Country — City 26 drew Country 26

An incredible finish to the weekend saw City somehow snare a draw against Country in the dying seconds, having trailed their opponents for the majority of the match.

Aaron Woods was one of City's strongest forwards — leading the charge in both attack and defence — and certainly did his Origin chances no harm on the day.