Dual code star Tallisha Harden and Queensland representatives Kody House, Chelsea Baker and Meg Ward join Ali Brigginshaw, Brittany Breayley, Heather Ballinger, Teuila Fotu-Moala and Caitlin Moran at the club.


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Gladstone based Baker was a member of the Jillaroos 2017 Women's Rugby League World Cup squad and is part of the Queensland State of Origin squad for 2018.

Harden, who was selected for the Queensland Reds Super W squad, debuted for the Jillaroos in 2015 and captaining the NRL Indigenous All Stars team in 2016.

The 25-year-old has decided to step away from union, a sport which she has been playing since she was 19, to focus on her league career. 

She is set to make her debut for Queensland next Friday night.

House made her debut form Australia last year and will debut for the Maroons in Origin next week.

Ward, another Jillaroo to debut in 2017, and her family are huge Broncos fans so pulling on the brown and yellow jersey will see her childhood dream come true.

She will also debut for Queensland in the State of Origin squad taking on NSW next Friday night.