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Sydney Thunder: Limited edition playing shirt auction

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All proceeds to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engagement across the Thunder Nation

Sydney Thunder is auctioning limited edition playing shirts to help raise valuable funds to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engagement across the Thunder Nation.

>> CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE AUCTION

All proceeds raised will go directly to the Cricket NSW Foundation to support intiatives such as the Aborignal and Torres Strait Islander T20 Cup and SHOW Holiday Camps.

Each member of Thunder’s WBBL|07 squad has signed their Indigenous playing shirt to be auctioned. 

Designed by Rheanna Lotter, a Sydney-based Yuin woman, the playing shirt symbolises the connection of the Thunder Nation.

The large circle in the middle represents the Thunder teams (women’s and men’s) and the boomerangs symbolise their fierce energy.

The lighter circles at the top represent past, present and future players, while the stars represent Aboriginal ancestors.

The dots surrounding and connecting the circles represent the supporters, staff, sponsors and wider community who make up the Thunder Nation.

To learn more about the artist Rheanna Lotter, please click here.

The auction is live now and ends at 5:00pm AEDT on Monday 29 November 2021. Shirts start from $100.

Thunder’s Indigenous shirts will not be available for retail this summer so bid now for your chance to own one of these limited edition designs.

>> CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE AUCTION

Please be aware that image of shirt on website may not reflect exact shirt that has been donated by the player for auction.

Click below to jump straight to your favourite player’s shirt:

Anika Learoyd

Corinne Hall

Deepti Sharma

Emily Smith

Hannah Darlington

Jess Davidson

Kate Peterson

Lauren Smith

Olivia Porter

Phoebe Litchfield

Rachael Haynes

Sam Bates

Sammy-Jo Johnson

Smriti Mandhana

Tahlia Wilson

Issy Wong

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