Australian rugby players want the national team to be more inclusive

The Rugby League Australia team is set to take on the All Blacks in an exhibition match at Eden Park on Sunday.

The All Blacks will take on Australia’s Australian team in a Rugby League World Cup Qualifier at Eden.

The match, to be played in Sydney, is a warm-up for the All Black World Cup in 2019 and is expected to be the first opportunity for the new recruits to get acclimatised to their new country.

Australia’s Rugby League team, based at the MCG in Melbourne, has won six World Cups and seven Rugby League titles.

The All Black team is the last team in the NRL that will play in the World Cup.

The Rugby League players’ union (RLPA) has expressed their opposition to the All Blues.

“It is a big shame that our All Blacks team is being put through this process in the absence of the NRL and NRLPA,” the RLPA’s chief executive Dave Smith said.

“The RLPA will continue to raise concerns with the NRL regarding the inclusion of any team in this process and will not be supporting the inclusion in any way of the All Stars.”

The All Stars are a group of the best players in the game.

They include former New Zealand and All Blacks captain David Pocock, and former All Blacks hooker Dan Carter.