SIMILARLY to the NRL, the New South Wales and Queensland lower grade fields will this weekend be dominated by Group Seven talents.
In the Jersey Flegg competition, four Warilla-Lake South juniors have been selected in St George Illawarra's side to face Canterbury-Bankstown at Ziems Park on Saturday.
Tyrone Roberts, Blake Dowel, Sam Hooper and Callum Gromek will all spearhead the Red V's side, as it attempts to claim its third win in four weeks.
Staying with the Dragons, their NSW Cup side, who will take on Mounties at Stadium Australia on Monday, will feature Kiama's Luke Chalker, Gerringong's Tyran Wishart, Mount Warrigal's Treigh Stewart, Milton-Ulladulla's Sam McCann and most likely Albion Park-Oak Flats' Adam Clune - who is expected to drop back from first grade.
Elsewhere in NSW Cup, Park's Dylan Lucas will make his return for the Newcastle Knights in the centres, when his side takes on South Sydney at Stadium Australia on Saturday.
In the women's premiership, Stingrays' Teagan Berry and Riley Scott, Milton's Keele Brown and Olivia Patterson, Park's Brittany Constable and Berry-Shoalhaven Heads' Josie Strong have all been named in Helensburgh's 19-person squad to play Cabramatta at Rex Jackson Park.
Finally, Warilla's Jesse Dee will start in the back-row for Mackay when they host Tweed at BB Print Stadium on Saturday.