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Wests Tigers players Lote Tuqiri and Curtis Sironen will proudly wear a pair of indigenous painted boots at Allianz Stadium on Monday night as part of the NRL's Close The Gap Round.


The pair were presented with their boots at training this morning by respected artist Darren Dunn.


KARI Services CEO Paul Ralph was joined by Aboriginal Project Officers for Western Sydney Tyson Birtles to talk about their work with Wests Tigers.


The boots will be signed by Tuqiri and Sironen and will be auctioned off next week on weststigers.com.au



will also be in attendance to talk about the work they do in the community and the Wests Tigers involvement in their program.
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