Aboriginal XI shirt worn by Tyran Liddiard during the 2018 tour of England.

Object Type
Clothing or accessories/Clothing/Sporting uniform/Shirt
Date Used
Jun 2018
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Brief Description
A collared long-sleeved polo shirt worn by Tyran Liddiard during the 2018 Aboriginal XI tour of England. The shirt is designed by Aunty Fiona Clarke, using indigenous designs in green and gold, with white trimming. Front of the shirt includes four buttons, sponsor logos; Commonwealth Bank and BLK, the Australian Coat of Arms as well as the name of Liddiard's 1868 representative player "KING COLE". Left sleeve includes the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags, with the right sleeve showing the Cricket Australia and Commonwealth Bank logos. The back of the shirt includes Liddiard's number 63 and the full name of his nation; "BRIPUMYARRIMIN". Medium size.
0 - Whole: H: 680 W: 550 D: 10mm (H: 26 3/4 W: 21 5/8 D: 3/8")
Date Used
Jun 2018
Place Used
In storage
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Credit Line
Kindly donated to the National Sports Museum by Cricket Australia.




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