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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 (2018-21) – five 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 (2018-21) – 10 Origins
Andrew McCullough (2021) – one Origin
Corey Norman (2019) – one Origin

Acknowledgement of Country

St George Illawarra Dragons respect and honour 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 Islanders peoples, where our games are played, our programs are conducted and in the communities we support.

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