Several nib Newcastle Knights players will represent their nationalities and heritage for the multiple international series' kicking off in October.
Knights forward and Player's Player for 2023, Tyson Frizell, has been named to represent Tonga for their upcoming tour of England.
The Tongans will play three Tests against England with the first starting on October 22 in St Helens.
Meanwhile, a strong Kiwi contingent will pull on the black and white of New Zealand ahead of the upcoming Pacific Championships.
Leo Thompson is set to debut for New Zealand after a huge season in the red and blue while utility Fa'amanu Brown has also earned selection.
Four of the Knights NRLW premiership winning squad headline the Kiwi Ferns which includes Shanice Parker, Abigail Roache, Laishon Albert-Jones and Tiana Davison (debutant).
Furthermore, pulling on the blue for Toa Samoa, winger Greg Marzhew forms part of a strong Samoan line-up following his first season at the Knights which included 22 tries from as many games.
NRLW player Tamerah Leati has earned a call-up to the Samoan women's side.
The Pacific Championships kick off on October 14 with Australia playing Samoa in the opening game.