Sea Eagles Members and supporters can now own a piece of history with a signed player-issued Heritage jersey from the Round 14 50-18 win over the Nth Qld Cowboys at 4 Pines Park.
The Club will auction the jerseys including the prized possession of the #175 Heritage jersey that sat on the NRL team bench as part of the tribute to our late Immortal and the greatest Sea Eagles player ever, Bob Fulton.
Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Sea Eagles Foundation and will directly support the Sea Eagles Pathways Academy. The Pathways Academy is fundamental to the development of future Sea Eagles NRL players and was a great passion of Bob Fulton.
The Heritage Jersey recognises the Sea Eagles’ nine NRL Hall of Fame inductees led by Fulton, who has his name on the back of the jersey collar.
Roy Bull, Eddie Lumsden, Ken Irvine, John O’Neill, Graham Eadie, Kerry Boustead, Cliff Lyons, and Steve Menzies also have their names on the jersey sleeves.
The specially designed jersey features a large sea eagle on the front and pays homage to the 1957-64 style of jersey worn by the Sea Eagles.
You can now bid by visiting the Fan+ website.
Note: These Heritage jerseys were player-issued for the game, but not actually worn.