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10TH V 3RD
AFL 2022 PREMIERSHIP SEASON ROUND 11
COLLINGWOOD V CARLTON
SUNDAY MAY 29TH 3:20PM EST (MCG)
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B: B.Maynard, D.Moore, J.Howe
HB: J.Crisp, I.Quaynor, S.Pendlebury
C: N.Murphy, P.Lipinski, J.Noble
HF: M.Cox, J.De Goey, B.Mihocek
F: J.Daicos, J.Elliott, J.Ginnivan
FOLL: D.Cameron, T.Adams, S.Sidebottom
I/C (from): T.Brown, O.Henry, T.Ruscoe, C.Poulter, R.McInnes, B.McCreery, W.Hoskin-Elliott, N.Daicos
IN: T.Ruscoe, C.Poulter, R.McInnes
B: A.Saad, J.Weitering, N.Newman
HB: L.Stocker, Le.Young, S.Docherty
C: L.O’Brien, P.Cripps, Z.Fisher
HF: J.Newnes, J.Silvagni, S.Walsh
F: M.Owies, C.Curnow, C.Durdin
FOLL: T.De Koning, G.Hewett, A.Cerra
I/C (from): M.Kennedy, J.Motlop, M.Cottrell, L.Plowman, J.Carroll, J.Boyd, P.Dow, J.Martin
IN: J.Newnes, J.Boyd, P.Dow, J.Martin
OUT: B.Kemp (sub)
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Carlton players will again be wearing the Club’s Indigenous guernsey designed by Shanai Kellett. Kellett has a special link to Indigenous Round being the great granddaughter of Sir Doug Nicholls and she wanted the design to feature as many Indigenous stories from the Club as possible. The guernsey is a reflection of reconciliation between the Carlton Football Club and its Indigenous players.
The Club’s gift to Collingwood comprises of a coolamon which is a multi-purpose dish used by Indigenous people to carry water, fruits, nuts and other types of bush tucker, topped with two boab nuts. The boab nuts are carved from the Kimberley region which spreads from Timber Creek in the Northern Territory to Broome in Western Australia. The boab nuts have been supplied by the Artlandish Aboriginal Art Gallery and the coolamon artist is Ricky Baldwin who is a Gunai Kurnai man from Gippsland.
Sir Doug Nicholls Round Guernsey - Collingwood
In celebration of Sir Doug Nicholls Round, Collingwood’s guernsey will feature a design by Tyson Austin and Troi Ilsley, both emerging Aboriginal artists who are proud Wamba Wamba and Gunditjmara people residing in Naarm (Melbourne) on Wurundjeri country.
The artwork tells the story of the Collingwood Football Club entering a new and exciting chapter. The falling feathers are symbolic of a Magpie shedding its old feathers to be replaced by new ones – reflective of the current changes of the football club. Relatively new appointments of a new president and a senior coach has been a dramatic change for the club, but an exciting period for the club in growing its new feathers and entering a new era.
The club will also continue to shed its past, making way for the next generation to thrive and flourish.
The back of the jumper features a Coolamon providing a safe place for Magpie eggs to hatch and be nurtured. This is symbolic of the new generation waiting to make their mark and take the club into an exciting new direction. It is also symbolic of the club's involvement and support for the Aboriginal community as the club embarks on a new chapter and increased commitment to the community.
Collingwood theme song in traditional language
The Collingwood theme song, ‘Good Old Collingwood Forever’, will be played in the local Woi Wurrung language of the Wurundjeri people performed by Melissa Kerr. The song will be showcased at half-time.
In April Collingwood partnered with Deadly Choices with the intent to close the health and life expectancy gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations and improve the life outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Collingwood will show their support for the Deadly Choices campaign today. The squad will wear Deadly Choices t-shirts in the warm-up. For more information on the partnership please visit the club’s website.
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