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2018 WOMENS INDIGENOUS JERSEY

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Regular Price: $110.00

Special Price $88.00

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This 2018 QLD Maroons Women's Indigenous Training Jersey features:

A freshly designed replica Indigenous jersey featuring a restructured 3 piece neckline and considered panelling details on the body. The cross stretch insert on the back neck offers an unparalleled fit. With a soft handle and sleek appearance the AXIS fabric helps make this the closest thing to what your heroes wear during the Origin Series.

  • Queensland Maroons club logo (left chest)
  • ISC logo (right chest) Intrust Super logo (centre front)
  • 1980 logo (back collar)
  • All embellishments are sublimated expect the rubber badge club logo
  • Manufactured by ISC

The QRL has reached out to 2 artists from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities who have combined to design this special Jersey.

Jyi Lawton

Jyi Lawton is a proud descendant of the Bidjara people of Central Queensland with a passion for creating a culture of innovation through art. He uses art to take people on a journey to educate and instil cultural knowledge, wisdom and principles into action, through an Aboriginal worldview.   Jyi’s design has multiple elements which convey the importance of respect, strength and resilience, as well as the emotional elements and spiritual connection - the pride and passion of not only representing your teammates but your state, your family, your culture and your community.

Ronald Henry-Monaei

Ronald Henry-Monaei is a descendant of the Komet tribe Mer Island and a descendant of the Kaurareg nation of Northern Peninsular Area and Torres Strait Islands of Horn Island, Thursday Island, Prince of Wales Island and Hammond Island. Ronald represents young up and coming leaders in our community who use art as the vehicle to express identity, culture and history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples from the region.  Ronald’s design includes the symbols of the Warup (drum), the Dhari (headdress), the crayfish and the pearl.  The Warup being a symbol of dominance, the Dhari representing the modern-day warrior, the crayfish and pearl representing the history and culture of the community and their strength through adversity.

Additional Information

Care Instructions Gentle machine wash in warm water.
Fabric Feather - The fabric instantly revolutionised on field performance across our wide spectrum of elite athletes. After extensive research and testing ISC now brings you AXIS.

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