Cheer on your favourite team and celebrate the indigenous culture in the Geelong Cats Mens Indigenous Guernsey 2021. Designed by Corrina Eccles, a traditional owner of Wadawurrung Country, the guernsey represents a local story and incorporates a number of meaningful landmarks across the Barwon region.“I wanted to tell the story of Wadawurrung country, the story of Djilang, and take people back on a journey to what the country was like prior to how we see the built environment today,” Eccles said.“In the design I have the Kardiniyoo, the sunrise taking place and the two teams coming together to play what we call Marngrook. The Barwon River is a place that our eels would travel down. The eels then meet on our coast, our saltwater country. “Then we have our mountain country, our big hills and Bunjil. Bunjil watches over this country he created, he will often fly over the stadium, watching over country and the river.” Bunjil the eagle is placed on the guernsey in honour of the recent tragic loss of two lives among the Aboriginal community, both strong supporters of the club and the Djilang program. The back of the guernsey also features ‘Djilang’, the Wadawurrung word for Geelong. Djilang represents the language of the land. Celebrate for years to come in the Geelong Cats 2021 Men's Indigenous Guernsey.