The five-day tournament, to be shown live on Fox Sports, Kayo and Sky Sport NZ from November 7-11, is the biggest event hosted by the Bray Park club.
Entry will be free for spectators at the daytime and evening sessions.
They will see stars such as Alex Marshall, pictured above, the six-time world singles champion and eight time world pairs champion.
Arguably the greatest player of all time, Marshall will be in the Moreton Bay Pirates team alongside Chris Rosanes and Jo Edwards.
There will also be Ellen Ryan, part of the Melbourne Pulse side, won two gold medals at this year’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Perth Suns will field Kristina Krstic who won gold in the doubles at the recent Commonwealth Games.
Sydney Lions Aaron Wilson, who defended his Commonwealth Games singles title and Katelyn Lynch, of Adelaide Pioneers, who won bronze for New Zealand, are also booked in.
Moama Streamers have Aron Sherriff, the most in-form player today after winning the Australian Open, Australian Indoor and Golden Nugget Singles titles.
Kelsey Cottrell, who is playing for the Gold Coast Hawks, has matched Sherriff winning the same three women’s crowns.
Full team list:
Moreton Bay Pirates: Alex Marshall MBE, Chris Rosanes, Jo Edwards MNZM. Coach Michael Breen
Adelaide Pioneers: Scott Thulborn, Wayne Ruediger, Katelyn Inch. Coach Les Carter
Gold Coast Hawks: Shannon McIlroy, Nathan Rice, Kelsey Cottrell. Coach Anthony Kiepe
Melbourne Extreme: Ali Forsyth, Matt Flapper, Carla Krizanic. Coach Kelvin Kerkow OAM
Melbourne Pulse: Barrie Lester, Gary Kelly, Ellen Ryan. Coach Jeremy Henry
Moama Steamers: Ryan Bester, Aron Sherriff, Cassandra Millerick. Coach Kevin Anderson
Perth Suns: Cody Packer, Blake Nairn, Kristina Krstic. Coach Pieter Harris
Sydney Lions: Ben Twist, Aaron Wilson, Karen Murphy AM. Coach Steve Glasson OAM
Tasmania Tridents: Taelyn Male, Mark Nitz, Rebecca Van Asch. Coach Mark Strochnetter
Tweed Heads Ospreys: Aaron Teys, Corey Wedlock, Kira Bourke. Coach Wayne Turley OAM
Club Pine Rivers is on the corner of Sparkes and Francis Rds, Bray Park. Phone 3481 8600.
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