Shute Shield: Randwick celebrate Indigenous round as they take on Manly Marlins

By MARK CASHMAN Randwick will celebrate their rich Indigenous history on a special day at Coogee Oval when they take on Manly on Saturday. The Galloping Greens have had strong links to the First Nations community with the likes of the Ella brothers - Mark, Gary and Glen - as well as Andrew Walker and Lloyd Walker all playing with some distinction for the club. They have struck a special jersey for the first grade side for the game against the Marlins and the names of the 10 indigenous currently playing at the club will be on them. Dylan Pietsch along with general manager Mark Harrison have pushed the special day, which will feature a smoking ceremony and the national anthem being sung in the Indigenous tongue. Pietsch will not feature on the field but Triston Reilly will be there in the first grade side which will be hoping to continue the momentum that the side got from their big win over Sydney Uni last weekend. “It’s been a really positive week of training so h

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