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Aquis Gold Coast Titans star duo of Jarryd Hayne and Konrad Hurrell have today both been named in Mal Meninga's World All Stars team for 2017.

Both Hurrell and Hayne were mid-season signings for the Titans in 2016 and played key roles in the side's run to the finals.

Hayne, a two-time Dally M Medal winner, returns to the All-Star arena following his stint in the NFL.

Hurrell was a late call-up to the World All Stars last year. His inclusion in the Titans backline inside Anthony Don was a key factor to the side's success in 2016 and he will be looking to recapture the same form in 2017, starting with the All Stars match in Newcastle on Friday, February 10.

Former Titans players, Nene Macdonald and David Mead have also been selected following their strong 2016 campaign on the Gold Coast.

A host of players will make their World and Indigenous All Stars debut in Newcastle next year when the two teams meet for the seventh Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars occasion.

Jarryd Hayne, Latrell Mitchell, Jake Friend, Jack Bird, Moses Mbye and Adam Elliott were just some of the players named today by World All Stars coach Mal Meninga and Indigenous All Stars coach Laurie Daley ahead of the game on Friday 10 February at McDonald Jones Stadium.

Meninga said he was excited by the opportunity to coach the World All Stars team for the first time, with many of the World All Stars players also new to the team and experience.

“The All Stars match is a fantastic way to kick off the rugby league season in Australia and I’m looking forward to the chance to be part of the build-up,” Meninga said.

Daley, who will coach his fourth consecutive Indigenous All Stars team, said he was pleased to see the game being shared with a new audience and fan-base outside of Queensland for the first time in the match’s history.

“The All Stars is a wonderful celebration for players and fans alike and I am sure that the people of Newcastle and further afield will get right behind the chance to see some of the best Indigenous and non-Indigenous players on-field,” Daley said.

The Women’s All Stars teams will be announced in the new year and further information about the week-long All Stars celebration will also be available in the new year at

The Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars match will be played on Friday 10 February at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle.

Tickets are on sale at

World All Stars (made up of players representing their Heritage)

1.    Jarryd Hayne* (Gold Coast Titans) – Fijian Heritage

2.    David Mead* (Brisbane Broncos) – PNG Heritage

3.    Joseph Leilua* (Canberra Raiders) – Samoan Heritage

4.    Konrad Hurrell (Gold Coast Titans) – Tongan Heritage

5.    Nene Macdonald (St George Illawarra Dragons) – PNG Heritage

6.    Mitchell Moses* (Wests Tigers) – Lebanese Heritage

7.    Adam Reynolds (South Sydney Rabbitohs) – Australian Heritage

8.    Nate Myles* (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles) – Australian Heritage

9.    Jake Friend* (Sydney Roosters) – Australian Heritage

10.  Jordan McLean* (Melbourne Storm) – Australian Heritage

11.  Gavin Cooper* (North Queensland Cowboys) – Australian Heritage

12.  Bryce Cartwright* (Penrith Panthers) – Australian Heritage

13.  Jake Trbojevic* (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles) – Serbian Heritage

14.  Reagan Campbell-Gillard* (Penrith Panthers) – Fijian Heritage

15.  Sosaia Feki* (Cronulla Sharks) – Tongan Heritage

16.  Sione Mata’utia* (Newcastle Knights) – Samoan Heritage

17.  Sam Lisone* (New Zealand Warriors) – NZ Heritage

18.  Moses Mbye* (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs) – African Heritage

19.  Tepai Moeroa* (Parramatta Eels) – Cook Islands Heritage

20.  Jordan Turner* (Canberra Raiders) – English Heritage

* Denotes debut World All Stars players (NB, some players may have played in previous All Stars teams, prior to the new World All Stars team introduction in 2016)

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.