We know that the May Test is to be no more after next month, but remember when the now Trans Tasman Test WAS actually the ANZAC Test? Could there be scope for a return of a Test match between the Australian Kangaroos and the New Zealand Kiwis on whatever day ANZAC Day falls? This would require some fortitude from the NRL to try and promote this as they do Origin and make this an annual event worth experiencing. Work with the RSL and the NZ equivalent to ensure the utmost respect for the fallen but at the same time sell the game as a pure Test match between the 2 strongest League nations on the globe. Particularly if the Kiwis do well in the RLWC. It needs to be fair. Australia one year. New Zealand the next. It needs to be given the same treatment by the NRL as Origin. No GIO or Newcastle. SFS to start (with hopefully to build it to eventually play it at ANZ within 5 to 6 years). Then Eden Park the next year, then Suncorp, then Eden Park and so on. It will take some work and dedication by the NRL to sell it but it can be done. Don't forget the current one off Test outrates the Bledisloe Cup convincingly. What are everyone's thoughts?