The Combined Nations All Stars have revealed the playing kit for their mid-season international against England on Friday 25 June.
Kit partner OXEN has worked with former Samoan international Mose Masoe to design a unique and attractive jersey incorporating all of his previous clubs, as well as replicating his tattoos across the shoulder and sleeve.
Masoe suffered a career-ending spinal injury while playing for Hull KR in a pre-season friendly against Wakefield last year.
£10 from every shirt sold will go direct to the Mose Masoe Foundation, the charity set up following his injury to support to his family. The foundation will also support other Rugby League players who suffer spinal injuries.
Two of Masoe’s junior teams, Randwick Kingfishers and Wellington Orcas, are also recognised within the design, which will be donned later this month at Warrington’s Halliwell Jones Stadium.
All Stars coach and recently appointed Wests Tigers head of football performance Tim Sheens said: The Exiles games that were played a decade or so ago showed the amount of overseas talent in the Super League, and by rebranding as Combined Nations All Stars, it’s expanded the players available from other countries who will be involved in the World Cup.
“Although we know one of the main aims of the fixture is to help Shaun Wane and his England team by providing an intense quality match as part of their World Cup preparations, I’m pretty confident that when we get the group together we’ll be determined to beat them.”
The Combined Nations All Stars shirt can be purchased at eliteproports.co.uk.