Have you ordered your 2017 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Indigenous Jersey?
Proudly modelled by the club’s exciting young Indigenous centre Brian Kelly, the Sea Eagles will wear the jersey in their home game against the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday, May 13.
The match will be part of the Brisbane Double Header with round 10 being part NRL Indigenous Round.
- Mens Indigenous jersey S – 7XL $160.00 (members $144.00)
- Kids indigenous Jersey 6 -14 $130.00 (members $117.00)
Pre-order here now as there is limited stock and sizes
The jersey is available for pick up at the Sea Eagles Superstore from Friday, May 12.
Last July, the Sea Eagles invited Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to submit artwork to design the 2017 Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Indigenous Jersey.
The competition was a chance for talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists aged 15 years and older to be recognised across Australia.
The artwork had to reflect the Northern Beaches of Sydney and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in our area.
The winning artist was Doris Glasson, who goes by the nick-name of ‘Coke’.
This is her description of the winning design jersey
“When I think of Manly I see a beautiful beach. The blue represents the waves of this iconic beach and the small bone dots the warm sand. The circles with dots represent the communities that proudly define the Northern Beaches, with the ‘U’ shapes representing the people that make up those communities. Paths make their way to a maroon circle featuring the Sea Eagles logo, which represents Brookvale Oval, Manly’s spiritual gathering place.”