Nura Gili News Edition 26 Apr. 2016 - Page 12

Dream Come True for Dennis another’s stories and cultures. As the jersey will be worn in recognition of the Close the Gap campaign, Dennis focused his design around the concept of breaking down the barriers between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in health, in particular the difference in life expectancy. He says that the artwork also holds significance to the Wests Tigers as it shows their journey of integrating two teams, the Balmain Tigers and the Western Suburbs Magpies, to be represented as a bigger community. Dennis’ original artwork for the jersey was auctioned off by the Wests Tigers with all proceeds going to Recognise. The Jersey is available to purchase in both adults and youth sizes on the Wests Tigers offical merchandise store: https:// The Jersey will be worn on Sunday, May 15th in the Tigers round 10 clash against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium. During half-time there will be a presentation to celebrate the success of the jersey and to acknowledge everyone involved. Wests Tigers player James Tedesco with Dennis Golding (right) at the unveiling of the jersey Dennis Golding has been a fan of the Wests Tigers for as long as he can remember, and in round 10 this year, his favourite team will run onto the field wearing his design. Dennis is in his third year of a Bachelor of F