The Rabbitohs celebrate Indigenous culture alongside their proud Indigenous players in this Round 11 clash against the St George Illawarra Dragons at ANZ Stadium tonight.
Rabbitohs winger, Alex Johnston, always knew he was Indigenous, and is proud of it.
Every hand-print tells a story according to Rabbitohs skipper and proud Dunghutti man, Greg Inglis, which is part of the reason why he is so proud to wear this years’ Indigenous jersey.
For Rabbitohs Head Coach, Michael Maguire, celebrating Indigenous culture and diversity at the Club is part of the rich tapestry of Rugby League.
Rabbitohs forward and Gamilaraay man, Kyle Turner, knows and feels the strong connection between the Club and the Indigenous community every day.
KARI Aboriginal Resources,will this week feature on South Sydney’s Indigenous jersey alongside Recognise thanks to Rabbitohs co-major partner Crown Resorts, who have donated their place on the Club’s strip for this week’s Indigenous Round.
For proud Rabbitoh, Alga and Erub man Dane Nielsen, learning about his Indigenous culture and heritage began at home.
The sight of the Rabbitohs running onto ANZ Stadium wearing this year’s Indigenous jersey this Thursday, is one that Club try-scoring legend and proud Indigenous man, Nathan Merritt, can’t wait for.
For proud Indigenous Rabbitoh, Cody Walker, wearing the Club’s 2016 Indigenous jersey is more than a source of pride, it represents who he is and instils a sense of belonging.
Sydney-based Indigenous designer, Nikita Ridgeway, shares the story of the 2016 Rabbitohs Indigenous jersey, it's symbolism, it's meaning, and its importance.