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The Brisbane Broncos have launched this year’s 2024 Indigenous Round jersey, designed by well-known North Stradbroke Island artist Delvene Cockatoo-Collins.


Designed in collaboration with Broncos Indigenous players Kotoni Staggs, Ezra Mam, Selwyn Cobbo, Reece Walsh, Jordan Riki and Tristan Sailor, the ‘Ancestor’s Armour’ jersey’s earthy tones honour the Broncos maroon and yellow, and colours found naturally on Quandamoo.

It also features a nod to the 2023 City Jersey, with a depiction of the Brisbane River flowing out to the Bay, transforming into a rugby league ball being held in one hand by the players who run down the field to score a try.


The back of the jersey features the flicks of grass, mud and dirt seen by the opposition.


Brigalow spears can be found throughout the design, once traded with people from Quandamooka to the East for shell and reed necklaces.

Kotoni started drawing into the centre and spoke about how each of them had their own journey from their junior club and had made the decision to come to the Broncos – this reminded me of the way a cast net is thrown in the way it reaches out and draws people in.


“The layer beneath the design and colour is the cast net resonating from the logo, and across the region and beyond.