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Used in 2018 and 2019 for SANFL Indigenous Round.

From SANFL site:

Design – titled ”Stand Strong” – is by Glenelg senior player Marlon Motlop and his cousin Keelan Fejo.

“The Aboriginal man is holding his spear and shield which represents him standing strong in war (battle) – this can reflect how we are when we play the game, for most of us it’s like going to battle,” Motlop said.

“The cross-hatching (Rarrkbun) represents the direction of strength, power and knowledge when the spear is being thrown.

“Boomerangs represent stories and songs – this reflects a connection to footy and how many of these great stories and songs come out of the game and stay with us forever.

“The weapons are tools which represent the effort we give to get to where we are now and the under-layer design is the Torres Strait Islander head dress “Dhoeri”, which is a representation of Torres Strait Islander people.

“The patterns and streams in the under-layer represent the wind direction of the Torres Strait.”

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