We were a bit nervous and we wanted to get it right. Emerging Indigenous Executive Leadership Program (EIELP), Indigenous Youth Activism Story Telling Program, Shai Bolton and family design Richmond’s 10th Dreamtime jumper, RunRona wraps on National Reconciliation Week, Korin Gamadji Institute partners with RunRona, to support health promotion in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. You must log in or register to reply here. Source: Supplied. No matter what anyone’s opinion is of the jumper, we’re really proud of the work that we’ve done.” He said. ", The 2020 Adelaide Crow's Indigenous round guernsey. It’s a bumper Grand Final edition of ‘Talking Tigers’ this week. Created by local Yugambeh artist, Luther Cora, the guernsey features the names of all current and past Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander players. The 2020 Greater Western Sydney's Indigenous round guernsey. First seen in 2019, the Bulldogs guernsey is the work of artist Nathan Patterson. Source: Supplied. The back of the guernsey represents Bolton’s story and Noongar Dreaming, with a tribal warrior relating to power, strength and determination – represented by Richmond’s recent premiership successes. Source: Supplied. Bolton Stack Pickett D E Smith And the possibility of another aboriginal lad possibly being drafted or rookied, and Mo Jnr in 202, its almost too much deliciousness. Richmond will wear a guernsey designed by Tigers star Shai Bolton, his grandmother and other family members. “We are looking forward to seeing all Australians have a training goal and reason to get moving with their families.”. The 2020 Essendon Bombers Indigenous round guernsey. Can I start calling him Scissorhands junior yet? Shai has the potential to become a very influential player. Richmond became the first AFL Club to create a playing jumper with an Indigenous inspired design – and this week celebrates the 10th iteration of Dreamtime jumpers, in what would have been the AFL’s Sir Doug Nicholls Round. "Art has been a big part of my family, growing up, I used to be able to walk home from school and walk into my family’s house and see people painting – painting their story and stories that have been passed down to them. Laura Thompson, Managing Director – Clothing the Gap – an Aboriginal owned and led social enterprise and RunRona organiser, said while COVID-19 has impacted daily life, prioritising health and wellbeing has never been more important. In a Milimika circle, everyone is equal. “By putting the two patterns together, I wanted to show how Tiwi people share knowledge over a long journey through life.”, The 2020 Carlton Football Club's Indigenous round guernsey. The goanna represents his family totem while the spear symbolises strength. He is the son of former Fremantle player, Darren Bolton. National Reconciliation Week also approaches next week - a time for Australians to learn more about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements. Bolton represents his own journey and Dreaming, along with Richmond’s five other Aboriginal players, and tells the story of the Club’s recent on-field success throughout the design. “We’re encouraging Richmond members, supporters, staff and players to participate in the event, so that we can provide more access and opportunity for our young people to take part, and stay healthy.”. Bolton represents his own journey and Dreaming, along with Richmond’s five other Aboriginal players, and tells the story of the Club’s recent on-field success throughout the design. The Richmond podcast…, Presented by Hostplus, Justin Leppitsch and Craig McRae speak to Richmond for the…. “RunRona gives us an opportunity to connect with the communities we work with, and continue to deliver important programming that provides positive health outcomes,” Clark said. The 2020 St Kilda Football Club's Indigenous round guernsey. Mathew Parker said this is” my journey for you.”, The 2020 Hawthorn Football Club's Indigenous round guernsey. Shai Bolton re-signs, John Bolton sacked. The Territory has also produced AFLW stars Abbey Holmes, who played in the Adelaide Crows’ 2017 AFLW premiership, and her teammate Stevie-Lee Thompson, who played in the Crows’ 2017 and 2019 premierships. “The hand print in the middle is mine” said Hocking, the club’s first Indigenous player. Emerging Indigenous Executive Leadership Program (EIELP), Indigenous Youth Activism Story Telling Program, Korin Gamadji Institute partners with RunRona, to support health promotion in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, RunRona wraps on National Reconciliation Week, Shai Bolton and family design Richmond’s 10th Dreamtime jumper. The centre circles represent the players, supporters and staff. Ash Barty will present the premiership cup to Damien Hardwick and Trent Cotchin if…, Shai Bolton in his 2020 Richmond Indigenous guernsey at the Swinburne Centre earlier this week. The Essendon guernsey was designed by Timaya Cunningham, a star for Waratah in the NTFL Women’s Premier League, who hails from Wurrumiyanga in the Tiwi Islands. To register for RunRona, go to clothingthegap.com.au/pages/run-rona and use the code ‘RFCKGI’ to support a young person to have access to the event. Source: Supplied. Cunningham said the design is proudly Tiwi and shows off Tiwi culture, community and knowledge. Breakeven 121 Breakeven Likelihood % 19% Current Price $441,000 Total Price Change +$61,900 Price Change % 0% The Tigers are the destination for Aboriginal lads in Victoria no So, this design I have done will hopefully retell the stories of old and open up new conversations and connections and further deepen respectful relationships for our peoples, cultures and our game.”, Mr Telfer added “I have drawn inspiration from 1891 to present day to bring the living culture and history together with strength, respect and pride for all the achievements and contributions our first nations Aboriginal people have made and continue to do so.”, The 2020 Freemantle Docker's Indigenous round guernsey. Australia’s first Indigenous Olympic gold medallist, Nova Peris, also told the Herald Sun the League’s decision to paint the word ‘Deadly’ in the centre circle, instead of the flag as in recent seasons, was “ridiculous”. For every ten registrations using this code, the KGI will receive one free registration for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander youth to participate in the event. Source: Supplied. Source: Supplied. Shai Bolton explains the story behind the design of the 2020 Dreamtime jumper. The Tigers are the destination for Aboriginal lads in Victoria no doubt. Source: Supplied. “I wrote a children’s book about Aboriginal culture and I put the Aboriginal flag in there. Just listened to SEN, Gilbert McAdam, Bob Murphy saying it was a blight on the Bulldogs that they have no indigenous players on their list and have a poor history in this space. “Sir Doug Nicholls Round creates a platform to profile players who have changed the game’s history and faced racism and discrimination to fight for equality and recognition, such as Carlton Champion and Wongatha man, Syd Jackson, our 2020 Sir Doug Nicholls Round honouree,” she said. "I saw an old man, Mother. The design weaves together the story of the journey the player take to join the AFL and the support they have of family, fans and members. The KGI, based at the Richmond Football Club is committed to the health and wellbeing of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, particularly youth.