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Check out our complete range of Ginninderra Rats Basketball Club merchandise and apparel, including limited edition offers and offical Rats uniforms.


Click below to check out our complete range of Ginninderra Rats merchandise and apparel, including hoodies, warm-up tees and tanks, socks, beanies and much more!

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The brand new Ginninderra Rats Basketball Club uniforms are now available!

Featuring a Rats Blue or White reversible top with matching shorts, the new uniform features our updated Rats branding and colours. Also included in the design are side panel details of an Indigenous artwork by former Rats junior Shaenice Allan, created especially for the club. Read more about the artwork below.


This artwork was created by Shaenice Allan for the Ginninderra Rats Basketball Club in 2020. The artwork comprises three elements, which can be used individually or together on Club uniforms, collateral and communication materials.

The first element represents basketball players in our Club colours. The U is the Aboriginal symbol for person.

The second element represents our players congregating together for the same purpose – basketball. The blue circle represents a meeting place for all of our players and the white U’s around the meeting place are our players.

The dark pathways with footprints leading off in different directions represent our players progressing along a variety of different sporting pathways.

The third element also represents meeting places with the three meeting circles depicting the three levels of support. The first circle represents our players’ families, the second circle shows the other players who support them and the third circle represents the staff, coaches and other volunteers who help run the Club and support the players in many ways.

In most instances, the artwork should be used as a subtle feature to acknowledge the past, present and future contribution of Indigenous players in our Club and our respect for the Ngunnawal lands on which we train and play.