Round 10 of the 2019 AFL season will again see the competition celebrate the impact of Indigenous Australians on the game.
Sir Doug Nicholls Round, headlined by Saturday night’s Dreamtime at the ‘G blockbuster between Richmond and Essendon, sees every club don Indigenous-inspired playing jumpers.
Some team’s jumpers have been designed by players like Sam Powell-Pepper and Quinton Narkle, while others feature stories told by local artists.
Crows legend Andrew McLeod, with help from his brother, designed their edition, while young gun Daniel Rioli had a hand in the Tigers’ guernsey.
Sir Doug Nicholls round kicks off with the Marn Grook game between Sydney and Collingwood at the SCG on Friday night.
Check out every club’s 2019 Indigenous jumper below.
Designed by Andrew and Jonathon McLeod
Designed by Derek Oram
Designed by Shelley Ware
Designed by Lea-Anne Miller
Designed by Merryn Apma Atkinson
Designed by Troy Cook
Designed by Luther Cora
Designed by Quinton Narkle
Greater Western Sydney
Designed by Leeanne Hunter
Designed by Jennifer ‘Lulu’ Coombes
Designed by Mary Young
Designed by Lorraine Kabbindi White
Designed by Sam Powell-Pepper
Designed by Daniel Rioli, Bradley Rioli and Belinda Punguatji
Designed by Emily Long and Megan Mitchell
Designed by Cheryl Davidson
Designed by Darryl Bellotti
Designed by Nathan Patterson