The Sutherland District Basketball Association are proud to launch its 2024 First Nations Uniform for the NBL1 East First Nations Round  on the 5th-7th July

Working with artist Rheanna Lotter, a proud Yuin woman and founder of Ngandabaa and iAthletic the Sharks official uniform supplier, the 2024 Sharks First Nations uniform is truly a magnificent work of art.

With the title “Sharks” the artwork signifies the connection of Sutherland Sharks Basketball & our community. Our meeting place is our home, where we come together each week. Water is what connects and grounds us, symbolised by our waterholes which pay tribute to our local environment. Through this artwork we create a ripple effect, where we create change, promote progress and stick together when things get tough; we never break. The boomerangs and spears are a symbol of our strength and resilience through a sport we dedicate so much time and passion to. People (U) surround our meeting place which represents all our players, staff & volunteers. We have smaller people in the background which represent our future players and the pathways our sport offers. Together we are a community, forever growing, aspiring and succeeding as one. 

Sharks General Manager Adrian Dark said “I am so proud of this artwork, its meaning and the connection it represents to our club, people and greater community. Rheanna has done an amazing job to capture who we are and what we represent here at the Sutherland Sharks. The level of detail in the artwork is absolutely incredible! I am sure all our players will be equally as proud to wear this uniform and represent their community.”

The Sutherland Sharks will wear their First Nations uniforms for their NBL1 East home fixture on Friday 5th July vs North Bears at Sutherland Basketball Stadium.

  • 6:15pm Women – Sharks vs North Bears
  • 8:15pm Men – Sharks vs North Bears

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