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Rugby League, U16 Rugby League, Indigenous Rugby League: NSW U16 v Qld U16 at Newcastle, Saturday February 8th 2014. Digital image by Colin Whelan copyright

Relatives of stars of yesteryear will represent the NSW Koori Under-16 side at next Thursday’s annual 2017 All Stars clash against Queensland Murri Under-16 at Newcastle's Hunter Stadium.

The 20-man squad includes Joseph Gordon – the son of former Knight Ashley Gordon and Jarrod Peachey – relative to David and Tyrone Peachey.

Former Parramatta hooker Dennis Moran will coach the side as they look to claim victory after draws in their past two meetings.

The match is part of the All Stars week-long celebration which also features a special lunch and jersey presentation from the Indigenous All Stars team.

The NSW Koori Under-16 v Queensland Murri Under-16 match will kick off at 6pm on Thursday, 9 February as the curtain-raiser to the Redfern All Blacks v Cherbourg Hornets game.

NSW Koori Under-16 squad:

1. Malachi Roberts - Kempsey            
2. Tyrone Nean - Newcastle          
3. Malie-J Townsend - Wyee   
4. Tristan Eldridge - Canberra            
5. Jackson Addo - Corrimal              
6. Joseph Gordon - Newcastle          
7. Latrell Siegwalt - Wagga Wagga   
8. William Saunders - Minto   
9. Kobe Rugless (capt) - Coogee               
10. Ulysses Roberts - Macksville          
11. Caleb Hodges - Tweed Heads   
12. Wyll Darr - Dungog               
13. Jayden McKenny - Gateshead         
14. Jarrod Peachey - Dubbo 
15. Rhys Weldon - Wagga Wagga   
16. Izziah Aldridge - Sylvania               
17. Kuyan Laurie - Brisbane             
18. Billy Mitchell - Telarah
19. Connor Harris - Blackville             
20. Marcus Lonsdale–Patten - Dalmeny             
Coach: Dennis Moran                    
Assistant Coach: Tim Humphries           
Manager: Rod Simpson                
Head Trainer: Paul Hughes      

Acknowledgement of Country

New South Wales Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.