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Choose who should be in the NRL Indigenous Dream Team of past 20 years

There have been so many Indigenous stars since the turn of the century and to celebrate Indigenous Round, the NRL is asking fans to pick their best side since 2000.

The likes of Preston Campbell, Greg Inglis, Johnathan Thurston, Sam Thaiday, Scott Prince and Greg Bird are just a few of the Indigenous stars who have lit up the Telstra Premiership over the past 20 years. 

The Titans are no exception to this list with names like Greg Bird, Ryan James and Tyrone Peachey joining Prince, Bird and Campbell.

Fans can choose a player in each position - fullback, wing, centre, five-eighth, halfback, prop, second row, lock and hooker - and the players with the most votes will form the Indigenous Team of the 21st Century.

The squad will be announced on NRL.com on Sunday.

There are five players to choose from in each position but each player is only available in what is determined to be their main spot.

For example, Preston Campbell is only available at halfback against the likes of Johnathan Thurston and fellow Titan, Scott Prince, while Greg Bird can only be picked at lock up against the likes of Dean Widders and Tyrone Peachey.

The poll will run from now until Sunday when the team is named. 

Titans’ Head of Performance and Culture and Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga has picked his best Indigenous team.

Meninga has picked a 13-man line-up almost made up entirely of former Kangaroos representatives with Titans’ hooker Nathan Peats the only player who has not worn the green and gold.