Indigenous Jersey Auction Continues

The first of our Indigenous recognition jerseys worn in Maryborough are currently up for auction on Ebay.

The jerseys were designed by Aunty Karen Hall, and worn in partnership with Deadly Choices, Fraser Coast Regional Council and Galangoor Duwalami Healthcare.

The features of the jersey include the wedgetail eagle, which is always flying high in the Maryborough region. It features 3 lines to represent the 3 laws of Butchulla Country: What is best for the land must come first, Do not take what does not belong to you, and If you have plenty you must share.

There is a flock of Seagulls on the lower part of the jersey to represent our players, because Seagulls attack as a group.

Aunty Karen Hall with Seagulls CEO Wayne Weekes

Each jersey has been signed by the individual player that wore it on the day.

This is the only chance that Seagulls supporter have to buy this game-worn jersey, with no other replicas of this jersey available for sale.

All proceeds from the auction will be put back into our development programs to help the next young group of Seagulls achieve their dreams.

If you liked the look of these impressive jerseys and want to get your hands on one, you can bid here.