Half of the two squads for the upcoming Newcastle Rugby Legaue All Stars game will come from Coalfields clubs.
The Maitland Pickers and Kurri Kurri Bulldogs both have seven players and Cessnock has six to play in the game next Saturday at St John Oval, Charlestown.
Pickers coach Matt Lantry is in charge of the Newcastle RL All Stars and former Kurri Kurri Bulldogs coach Ron Griffiths is at the helm of the Indigenous All Stars.
For Maitland, Brock Lamb, Pat Mata'utia, Chad O'Donnell , Jayden Butterfield and Alex Langbridge are in the Newcastle All Stars team and Gary Anderson and Greg Morris are in the Indigenous All Stars
For Kurri, Reid Alchin, Brock Gilmour, Barry McGrady, Jordan Mitchell are in the Indigenous All Stars and captain coach Mitch Cullen, Henry Penn and Jarred Anderson are in the Newcastle team.
Cessnock has Tyrone Amey, Reed Hugo and Nicholas Newman in the Newcastle squad and Ngangarra Barker, Joshua Charles and Seaton Reid in the Indigenous squad.
Maitland has four players in the Blues Tag representative trial. Brooke Carrol and Tui Nikora are in the Newcastle team and Alisha Romaniuk and Breanna Lacy are in the Rebels squad along with Cessnock's Isabella Garvie and Lena Cartwright.
In the Academy Rep Trial, Kurri's Lewis Hughes is in the Newcastle squad and Noah Page and Billy Mitchell are in the Rebels along with. Maitland's Josh Cagney and Tyler Rush and Cessnock's Harry Whitfield, Harrison Spruce and Joseph Barber.