Moree Boars league tag player-coach Lena Smith is doing something a little extra for Indigenous round in 2019.
On top of designing the jersey all Boars sides will wear when they run out to face Armidale in round 13, she is also offering to paint Indigenous designs on players' boots.
"I saw the NRL players were getting them done so I thought I'd give it a go. I've done my own boots last year but that was it," Smith said.
For an $80 upfront payment, Smith will do a design that is unique and tailored to each individual. Boots can be sent from anywhere in Australia and she will have them sent back at the cost of Australia Post charges.
Smith is in the middle of her first year as the Boars league tag coach, a new role which she is enjoying.
"I've got a good bunch of girls there so they're making it pretty easy to coach," she said.
After two losses to start the season, the Boars are currently on a four-game winning streak, most recently enjoying a dominant 28-6 over local rivals the Boomerangs.
Smith said she was really pleased with that win and how the side is performing overall.
"We just really stuck to our game plan and we actually did what we do at training. I'm just proud of the girls with their defence," she said.
"We're playing more as a team now and everyone knows how everyone plays so it's good."
If you are interested in getting artwork done on your boots, you can contact Smith to discuss your design. For more information, go to the Moree Boars Facebook page.