Retail stocks are sold out, and it comes as no surprise with the 2021 Sharks Indigenous Jersey arguably the best and most highly regarded design amongst all 16 NRL clubs.
Designed with input from the Sharks Indigenous players, in particular Andrew Fifita, the 2021 jersey featured the handprints representing the ‘mobs’ of the Sharks indigenous stars, as well as a large print on the front symbolising the people of the Dharawal speaking Nation, the area where our team and community come together and the Sharks proudly live, work and play.
And while the Sharks merchandising department are exploring the possibility of accessing more retail stocks of the jersey after the shelves were emptied following last weekend’s Indigenous Round, there is another way to own a special piece of club memorabilia.
The Sharks are auctioning 21 player issued jerseys, including those of the 17 players to take to the field in the big win over the Titans, as well as the jerseys from the players chosen in the extended 21-man squad.
Included amongst the jerseys up for grabs are Skipper Wade Graham’s number 12, along with the embroidered jerseys of Shaun Johnson, Franklin Pele and Briton Nikora after the trio achieved various milestones in last weekend’s match.
Johnson reached the significant mark of 200 NRL games, Pele played his debut match in the NRL, while Nikora notched 50 games in the top grade – with all three of those respective jerseys featuring embroidery recognising the players personal milestone, now available for purchase via the online auction.
The Sharks Indigenous player issue jersey action closes Sunday, June 6, so don’t delay and pick up not only what is fantastic jersey design, but a unique collector’s item.
CLICK HERE to go to the auction site and to make a bid.