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Wests Tigers players to wear specially painted boots

Eight Wests Tigers players will wear specially-painted boots in Round 12 as the club helps celebrate the NRL's Indigenous Round.

The boots have been painted by young indigenous artists throughout New South Wales in conjunction with Cultural Choice Association.

Wests Tigers are proud to have once again partnered with with Cultural Choice Association, which seeks to raise awareness and support the prevention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait youth suicide and its related causes in Australia.

The boots — which will all be available for auction following Friday's game — have been specifically designed with the player who will wear the boots in mind, and carry intertwined elements of the artist's own story as well.

Daine Laurie — NRL

Daine Laurie's boots were painted by a young person from Dubbo in western New South Wales.

Luke Garner — NRL

Luke Garner's boots were painted by a proud young Aboriginal person from Dubbo in western New South Wales.

Thomas Mikaele — NRL

Thomas Mikaele's boots were painted by a proud young Aboriginal person at Kincumber High School on the Central Coast of New South Wales.

Kiah Cooper — Knock-On Effect NSW Cup

Kiah Cooper's boots were painted by a young person at Kincumber High School on the Central Coast of New South Wales.

James Tamou — NRL

James Tamou's boots were painted by a young person at the Frank Baxter Youth Justice Centre at Kariong on the Central Coast of New South Wales.

Allan Fitzgibbon — Knock-On Effect NSW Cup

Allan Fitzgibbon's boots were painted by a young person at Kincumber High School on the Central Coast of New South Wales.

Moses Mbye — NRL

Moses Mbye's boots were painted by a young person at Kincumber High School on the Central Coast of New South Wales.

James Roberts — NRL

James Roberts' boots were painted by a young person at Kincumber High School on the Central Coast of New South Wales.