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Swifts to wear special jumpers for Indigenous round

SPECIAL OCCASION: The Swifts jumpers designed by Heidi Chatfield that players will wear in an indigenous game against Taylors Lake next month.

SPECIAL OCCASION: The Swifts jumpers designed by Heidi Chatfield that players will wear in an indigenous game against Taylors Lake next month.


Swifts players will compete in specially designed jumpers during a Horsham District Football Netball League Indigenous Round match against Taylors Lake on May 14.
Heidi Chatfield, who helps her father and under-17s coach Tim by recording under-17 statistics, has designed jumpers for the game, which will be at North Park, Stawell.
Her artwork on the jumpers means ‘marngrook’ which translates to ‘ball game’ in Djab Wurrung language.
Her brother Sam is an integral part of the club’s under-14 football team and her sister Chelsea has been a previous best-and-fairest winner in 15-and-under and 17-and-under netball teams.
On the day, Swifts and Taylors Lake will honour traditional land owners and ‘thank them for the playing fields that we all enjoy and play on today’.
They will also thank past and present Indigenous players who have helped grow the club throughout its history.

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Posted on Apr 27 2016

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