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St Kilda Saints 2019 Kids Indigenous Guernsey

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Pay tribute to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and their contributions to the Australian Football League, whilst showing your Saint's pride with this St Kilda Saints 2019 Kids Indigenous Guernsey. The guernsey, which was designed by Emily Long (sister of Ben Long) and club graphic designer Megan Mitchel, represents the Long family and the totems of their people. The front of the guernsey represents the Long familys paternal grandfather's ancestors, the Anmatyere people, who come from Ti Tree, Norther Territory. The three eggs and footprints speak to the emu, totem of the Anmatyere people. The two watering holes represent the land that the emus frequent, connected by 20 mile creek. The shark represents the protector of the Tiwi Islands, where Jack Long was adopted by the Kerinaiua fmaily, where they were born and still live to this day. The back of the guernsey represents the Long familys paternal grandmothers ancestors, the Maranunggu people, who hail from Daily River, Nothern Territory. The feathers represent the White Tailed Sea Eagle. The eagle is the protector, hunter and all-seeing totem of the Maranunggu people. The artwork featured on the guernsey was hand drawn by Emily Long and is a modern interpretation of traditional Indigenous artwork.

  • Colour: Red/Black/White
  • Fabric: 100% Polyester
  • Moisture wicking fabric
  • Mesh airflow panels
  • Special edition Indigenous Guernsey work during the Sir Doug Nicholl round
  • Fully sublimated team and logos
  • Manufactured by X Blades