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Fans Are Already Asking How Long Dustin Martin Will Leave His Car Outside The Gabba For

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Fans Are Already Asking How Long Dustin Martin Will Leave His Car Outside The Gabba For

It was only a matter of time, wasn't it?

Supporters are already wondering how long Dustin Martin's car will be left outside the Gabba for following Richmond's 81-50 win over Geelong in the AFL Grand Final.

That's three Premierships in four seasons for the Tigers. Credit: Instagram/@richmond_fc
That's three Premierships in four seasons for the Tigers. Credit: Instagram/@richmond_fc

The Richmond fan favourite made headlines last year after it was revealed that his car was the only vehicle left in the Melbourne Cricket Ground car park weeks after his side's emphatic victory over the Greater Western Sydney Giants.

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And it took 65 days for the great man to come and collect it.

Dusty and Co well and truly partied long into the night (or the month for that matter), which has fans pondering how long (and hard) they'll be celebrating this year's triumph over Geelong for.

And with the Grand Final itself moved from Melbourne to Brisbane for the first time since 1912, it seems it'll be the Gabba staff this time round that'll be ringing up Dusty to come and collect his car from the stadium.

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But unfortunately, that's not entirely possible.

It turns out the entire Richmond team got a bus to the game this year - meaning another incident involving Dusty's car will have to wait until next season.


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On the night, Richmond star Dusty was in sensational form.

The 29-year-old kicked four goals to guide the Tigers to their third Premiership in four seasons.

But it'll be his form off the park in the coming weeks that will truly have fans talking.

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The first-ever triple Norm Smith medallist was seen in the thick of the action as Richmond celebrated alongside Aussie DJ Fisher the morning after their Premiership win.

And their partying surely won't stop there.

While Melbourne remains under strict coronavirus regulations, Dusty and the team will undoubtedly be kicking-on once they arrive back in Victoria.

And rightly so.

The club's third Premiership well and truly cements their legacy as the AFL's modern-day dynasty - and there has been one star at the centre of it all: Dusty.

Topics: afl, Aussie Rules Football, Australia

Max Sherry
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