Rugby League T-shirt Toddler Balmain Footy Card
The best thing for us will always be a sunny Sunday afternoon, in a suburban paddock at 3pm, when the ref blows his whistle. We love our footy and still can’t get enough of the NRL Premiership, but late night kickoffs and modern stadiums for us aren’t as good as the old days. When some of the greatest Rugby League Legends played the greatest game of all.
NSWRL, QRL, CRL, ARL and NRL. We love them all. Here we celebrate not just modern superstars, but the era of each club which made it what it is and led us to love the game, our players, and our team... in the first place.
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Kevin Hardwick is a name synonymous with 1980's Rugby League and the Balmain jersey. When the NSWRL ruled, well before the NRL, Scanlens footy cards were a must-have and this was one every kid wanted to win in a hard-fought games of flick-footy in the school yard.
If your favourite young Tigers fan is a Balmain boy (or girl) and never cries (or never stops), then you can't deny that the ultimate sign for any Tigers fan is rocking a Kevin Hardwick footy card in all it’s mullet glory.
In the 80's you could cheer your footy team on a Sunday and get your meat from the butcher who played second row in a Balmain Tigers jersey on a Monday. We've no idea what Kevin Hardwick's profession was, but butcher seems likely. That or Brickie. Or Truckie. Who knows? Anyone?
In any case, if all those who played league were as consistent or tried as hard as Kevin 'Party' Hardwick, then you'd never go home upset with your team, win or lose.
T-shirt fits toddlers sizes 2-6
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100% combed ringspun cotton
Topstitched rib collar
Double-needle stitched sleeves and bottom hem