Canberra Raiders star Jordan Rapana has already picked New Zealand over Queensland, now his sister Tazmin Gray will play for the New Zealand Maori Ferns in the NRL Women's All Stars game in Melbourne on February 15.
Gray was part of the 18-woman squad named on Thursday, which will form a double header with the men's All Stars game.
She played for Queensland in last year's State of Origin game and has been a Jillaroos squad member.
The 23-year-old also played for the Sydney Roosters in the inaugural Women's NRL season in 2018.
But she's part of the Maori Ferns squad, coached by Rusty Matua, that will take on Dean Widders' Indigenous Women's All Stars team.
Indigenous Women’s All-Stars: Akayla McQuire, Amber Pilley, Caitlan Johnston, Jenni-Sue Hoepper, Kandy Kennedy, Kyara Nean, Layla Fauid, Quincy Dodd, Rebecca Young, Samartha Leisha, Shakiah Tungai, Sharon McGrady, Shaylee Bent, Tahlia Hunter, Taleena Simon, Tallisha Harden, Terri-Ann Caine, Tommaya Kelly Sines.
New Zealand Maori Ferns: Acacia Claridge-Te Iwimate, Amber Kani, Botille Vette-Welsh, Harata (Charlette) Butler, Christyl Stowers, Hilda Mariu, Jonsal Tautari, Kahurangi Peters, Kararaina Wira-Kohu, Kathy Keremete, Kerehitina Matua, Krystal Rota, Rona Peters, Geneva Webber, Tazmin Gray, Te Aroha Hapuku, Tyler Birch, Zahara Temara.