What a way to kick off the podcast.
Dean Heta pulls no punches as he describes his experience of growing up as a young Aboriginal man on the Border.
There are shocking details of the racism he experienced on the football field and the more subtle discrimination he observed in the education system.
Find out which coaches made the biggest impression on Heta during his time with Wodonga Raiders and the real story of how he came to sign for Albury after a stint in Melbourne.
He reveals what made the Tigers' 2018 premiership so special and calls for the Ovens and Murray to do more when it comes to cultural diversity across the competition.
We find out more about Heta's family and heritage as well as his own journey into fatherhood and what it means for the next chapter of his career.
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