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St George Illawarra representative honours

International representatives (alphabetical order):

Australia

Luke Bailey (2003-04) – two Tests
Trent Barrett (2000-02; 2004) – 15 Tests
Nathan Blacklock (2001) – two Tests
Darius Boyd (2009-10) – seven Tests
Matt Cooper (2004-06) – seven Tests
Ben Creagh (2005, 2011) – two Tests
Josh Dugan (2015-17) – 12 Tests
Tyson Frizell (2016-19) – 14 Tests
Mark Gasnier (2001; 2005-08) – 11 Tests
Ben Hornby (2006) – one Test
Ben Hunt (2018-19) – three Tests
Trent Merrin (2015) – one Test
Brett Morris (2009-14) – 18 Tests
Jason Ryles (2001-05) – 15 Tests
Beau Scott (2011) – one Test
Shaun Timmins (1999-04) – nine Tests
Paul Vaughan (2019) – two Tests
Michael Weyman (2010) – one Test
Dean Young (2010) – one Test

New Zealand

Leeson Ah Mau (2018) – five Tests
Gerard Beale (2014) – two Tests
Nathan Fien (2009-12) – 14 Tests
Jason Nightingale (2008-17) – 33 Tests
Russell Packer (2017) – five Tests
Craig Smith (1999-01) – 11 Tests
Jeremy Smith (2009-10) – five Tests
Chase Stanley (2007) – two Tests

England

Mike Cooper (2015-16) – seven Tests
James Graham (2018-18) – five Tests
Gareth Widdop (2014-18) – 16 Tests

Great Britain

James Graham (2019) – four Tests
Gareth Widdop (2019) – four Tests

Fiji

Joe Lovodua (2017-19) – eight Tests
Taane Milne (2017) – six Tests
Eto Nabuli (2015) – one Test
Mikaele Ravalawa (2019) – one Test
Korbin Sims (2019) – one Test
Pio Sokobalavu (2018) – one Test

Italy

Paul Vaughan (2017) – three Tests

Papua New Guinea

Nene Macdonald (2017-18) – four Tests

Samoa

Leeson Ah Mau (2013-17) – 16 Tests
Tim Lafai (2016-19) – eight Tests
Luciano Leilua (2019) – one Test
Peter Mata'utia (2014) – one Test
Lagi Setu (2009) – two Tests
Kyle Stanley (2014) – three Tests
Daniel Vidot (2013) – five Tests

Scotland

Euan Aitken (2016) – three Tests
Daniel Heckenberg (2000) – three Tests

Tonga

Siliva Havili (2017) – six Tests

Wales

Tyson Frizell (2013) – three Tests

State of Origin representatives (alphabetical order):

New South Wales

Jamie Ainscough (2000-01) – six Origins
Luke Bailey (2002-03; 2005-06) – 11 Origins
Trent Barrett (2001-02; 2004-05) – six Origins
Matt Cooper (2004-08; 2010) – 13 Origins
Ben Creagh (2009-12) – 11 Origins
Jack De Belin (2018) – three Origins
Josh Dugan (2013-17) – 11 Origins
Tyson Frizell (2016-19) – 11 Origins
Mark Gasnier (2004-06; 2008; 2011) – 12 Origins
Ben Hornby (2004; 2006; 2008) – three Origins
Brent Kite (2004) – three Origins
Trent Merrin (2011-15) – 13 Origins
Brett Morris (2010-14) – 10 Origins
Anthony Mundine (1999) – three Origins
Justin Poore (2009) – three Origins
Jason Ryles (2002-05) – eight Origins
Beau Scott (2010-12) – five Origins
Tariq Sims (2018-19) – two Origins
Jamie Soward (2011) – three Origins
Shaun Timmins (2000; 2002-04) – nine Origins
Paul Vaughan (2018-19) – six Origins
Michael Weyman (2009-10) – four Origins
Dean Young (2011) – one Origin

Queensland

Darius Boyd (2009-11) – nine Origins
Neville Costigan (2009-10) – four Origins
Ben Hunt (2018-19) – six Origins
Corey Norman (2019) – one Origin