- Cute young footy fan upstages premiership medal presentations with star turn
- The youngster presented a medal to Richmond Tigers star Jack Riewoldt
- He shook his hand and gave hearty congratulations in a true blue Aussie accent
A young footy fan has stolen the show at the AFL grand final medal presentations after a cute exchange with a triumphant Tiger.
Young Auskick players traditionally present the winning players with their medals after the grand final, and it was no different once the Richmond Tigers sealed their first flag in 37 years at the MCG on Sunday.
Tigers forward Jack Riewoldt came forward to receive his medal from a tiny Tigers fan, who wasn’t afraid to let the towering player know what he thought of him.
Richmond Tigers forward Jack Riewoldt steps forward to receive his medal
He is received with a hearty handshake and told he is a ‘legend’ by a young fan
Riewoldt points to the sky after receiving his medal, as Richmond won their first premiership since 1980
‘Congratulations, you’re a legend,’ the keen youngster said in a broad Australian accent while shaking Riewoldt’s hand.
Wearing a Tigers jersey, the young fan was clearly chuffed to be able to present a medal to one of his heroes.
Jack Riewoldt celebrates with Tigers fans after Richmond’s victory in the grand final
Richmond Tigers captain Trent Cotchin holds the AFL premiership cup aloft
Tigers player Dustin Martin celebrates with the premiership cup after his side’s win