Indigenous jerseys to be worn with pride this weekend in clash between Tathra and Eden

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Eric Carpenter; Captain of the Tigerettes Jackie Keevi-Scott and Reserve grade coach Allan Aldridge modelling the Indigenous round Eden tops. 

Eden Tigers is looking forward to playing the Tathra Sea Eagles, on Sunday at Eden, in the Indigenous round: celebrating Indigenous culture and Naidoc Week. 

Both teams will take to the field wearing tops especially designed for the occasion.

Eden's jumpers have been designed by former player Joe Stewart senior and Eden Reserves coach, Allan Aldridge, while Tathra will be wearing tops also designed by Joe Stewart, in partnership with the Sea Eagles First Grade coach Joe Scott. 

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Tathra players: Jack Dowdle, Declan Bower-Scott and Callum Bower-Scott wearing the Indigenous jerseys they'll take on to the field on Sunday. 

East Coast Radio's Tonia Liosatos caught up with Sheldon Wykes, from the Eden Tigers club about Sunday's clash and what the Indigenous round means to the local players.