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City-Country is back

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City-Country is back

The NSWRL is pleased to announce the return of Country vs City fixtures to the representative calendar this season after a four-year absence with eight games to be played across two days in two different locations on the weekend of 15-16 May.

Previously a representative fixture which acted as a pathway for the NSW Origin team, the rejigged concept will see Country vs City matches being played in Wheelchair Rugby League, Physical Disability Rugby League, Under 16s, Under 18s, Women’s Open Age and Men’s Open Age.

The venues will include Western Sydney Stadium on Saturday 15 May for the Country vs City games in Under 16s, Under 18s and Women’s Open Age, and Shellharbour Stadium for the Wheelchair Rugby League match.

The action will shift to Collegians Sporting Complex in Figtree on Sunday 16 May for the Country vs City games in Physical Disability Rugby League and Men’s Open Age, and the Under 20s and Men’s Open Age Steel City Challenge.

The Country vs City matches will be live streamed on NSWRL-TV to keep fans across the state up to date with all the action.

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