The St George Illawarra Dragons have been provided scheduling information regarding the Representative Round taking place in May.

The Australia Kangaroos will compete in their annual Trans-Tasman test against the New Zealand Kiwis at Hunter Stadium, Newcastle on Friday, May 6.

The Australia Jillaroos will also take on the New Zealand Kiwi Ferns in the curtain-raiser to the Trans-Tasman Test.

Furthermore, a Pacific Double-Header involving Toa Samoa, Mate Ma’a Tonga, Fiji Bati and the Papua New Guinea Kumuls will be held at Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta on Saturday, May 7.

The Junior Kangaroos will play the Junior Kiwis in the curtain-raiser to the Pacific Double Header.

NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg said Representative Round would showcase international Rugby League at its best.

“Once again, to have Australia and New Zealand clashing, along with our best women and junior players, will be wonderful to see,” said NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg.

“The Trans-Tasman Test will be an extremely important match for both teams, in a Four Nations year.

“International Rugby League is a real priority for us and this Representative Round will feature some great match-ups.”

On top of the international fixtures, the annual NSW Origin fixture between NSW Country v NSW City will be played at Scully Park, Tamworth on Sunday, May 8.

2016 Representative ROund Fixtures

Fixture: Australia v New Zealand
Date: Friday, May 6
Location: Hunter Stadium, Newcastle

Fixture: Australia Jillaroos v Kiwi Ferns
Date: Friday, May 6
Location: Hunter Stadium, Newcastle

Fixture: Pacific Double-Header
Date: Saturday, May 7
Location: Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta

Fixture: Junior Kangaroos v Junior Kiwis
Date: Saturday, May 7
Location: Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta

Fixture: NSW Origin Country v City
Date: Sunday, May 8
Location: Scully Park, Tamworth