Warren Cain, Jeremy Smith, Brian Saunders and Travis Cook will be joining forces with representatives from Armidale, Glenn Innes, Inverell and Tingha.
Rick Roberts was also selected as run-on five eighth but will not be playing this weekend.
Chairman of selectors for Group 19 Ivan Coleman is expecting a big performance from the side.
“Group 21 have plenty of big players; if we can hold them in the middle we have plenty of pace out wide,” Coleman said.
Group 19 will be playing at Rugby League Park in Armidale this Saturday.
They will be playing Group 4 the following weekend in Tamworth.
The team consists of two players from the Armidale Rams, two Glenn Innes Magpies, four Inverell Hawks and two Tingha Tigers.
“It’s a shame we lost Rick Roberts this weekend, but hopefully we can snatch him back against Group 4 next weekend,” Coleman said.
Group 19 coach Dale Keegan from the Glenn Innes Magpies seems confident that the side will go all the way, after a successful run in 2011.
“Our side looks good; we will just have to wait and see how it goes this weekend,” Keegan said.
Hunter Valley Group 21 held off a fast-finishing Group 4 in a classic Country Tier 2 Championships showdown at Scone Park last Saturday.
Group 4 pushed the home side all the way to the final whistle before captain/coach Grant Wooden’s team won it 26-23 to take a big step towards qualifying for the next stage of the competition.
Local Boars player Hayden Wiblen represented Moree in the Group 4 side.
He will be having a week off this weekend and backing up against Group 19 in Tamworth next Saturday.
Coleman said Boomerangs representatives Cain, Smith, Saunders and Cook deserved their selection in the team.
“The boys are in good form and I’m sure they will be hungry for a win this weekend.”
President of the Moree Boomerangs Club Mitchell Johnson congratulated the boys on making the side.
“It’s good to see five Boomerangs getting selected in the Group 19 representative side. I’m sure they will be tough to beat this weekend.”