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2022 Representative Round Schedule

The 2022 Representative Round will run from Thursday, June 23 to Sunday, June 26 with matches taking place across Australia and New Zealand in men's, women's and junior competitions.

New South Wales and Queensland will kick off the weekend on Thursday night with an under-19's State of Origin double-header at Leichhardt Oval in Sydney.

Friday will see the Ampol Women's State of Origin clash take place at GIO Stadium in Canberra, before a blockbuster day of international action on Saturday with three men's Test matches and one women's Test taking place across the Tasman.

The Kiwi Ferns and Mate Ma'a Tonga women will play the first match at Mount Smart Stadium since November 2020 when they kick off the first of two games in New Zealand on Saturday, with the senior men's teams facing off later on.

Tonga will enjoy a strong crowd at Mount Smart Stadium on Saturday.
Tonga will enjoy a strong crowd at Mount Smart Stadium on Saturday. ©NRL Photos

In Campbelltown, Toa Samoa and the Cook Islands do battle in the first of two Pacific Test matches, with Papua New Guinea also taking on Fiji.

Rounding out the weekend will be Game Two of the 2022 Ampol State of Origin series from Optus Stadium in Perth, as the Blues look to bounce back from their defeat in Game One to keep this year's series alive.

Tickets for all matches across the representative round weekend are available by visiting nrl.com/tickets or using the match centres below.

2022 Representative Round Schedule

U/19's Women's State of Origin

Thursday, June 23 at Leichhardt Oval, 5.45pm AEST


U/19's Men's State of Origin

Thursday, June 23 at Leichhardt Oval, 7.45pm AEST


Ampol Women's State of Origin

Friday, June 24 at GIO Stadium, 7.45pm AEST


Kiwi Ferns v Mate Ma'a Tonga (Women)

Saturday, June 25 at Mount Smart Stadium, 1.10pm AEST


New Zealand v Mate Ma'a Tonga (Men)

Saturday, June 25 at Mount Smart Stadium, 3.20pm AEST


Samoa v Cook Islands

Saturday, June 25 at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, 5.40pm AEST


Papua New Guinea v Fiji

Saturday, June 25 at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, 7.50pm AEST


Ampol State of Origin Game Two

Sunday, June 26 at Optus Stadium, 7.50pm AEST

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