Brisbane Broncos player Julia Robinson ensures all eyes are on her as she flaunts her sleeve tattoo in a strappy canary yellow dress at the Dally M Awards in Sydney
Julia Robinson was radiant in yellow at the Dally M Awards in Sydney on Wednesday’s evening.
The Brisbane Broncos star, 24, ensured all eyes were on her as she proudly showed off her sleeve tattoo in a strappy canary yellow dress on the red carpet at Royal Randwick Racecourse.
The blonde bombshell also showcased her incredible frame in the frock, which featured spaghetti straps and a crisscross design at the bust.
Brisbane Broncos player Julia Robinson ensured all eyes were on her as she flaunted her sleeve tattoo in a strappy canary yellow dress at the Dally M Awards in Sydney on Wednesday. Pictured with Steve Close
Julia paired the dress with a small white clutch and matching strappy white heels.
She wore her blonded tresses back on the night, and opted for a minimal makeup look.
The Brisbane Broncos star, 24, ensured all eyes were on her as she proudly showed off her sleeve tattoo in a strappy canary yellow dress on the red carpet at Royal Randwick Racecourse
The sporting star had onlookers bewitched by her incredible sleeve which featured floral motifs and a wolf.
The three-time NRLW premiership player hit out at keyboard warriors in August after receiving vile abuse for her ripped physique on social media.
It didn’t appear to rattle her, but Robinson was determined to call out the vulgar insults.
Julia hit out after trolls posted sexist, vulgar comments about her ripped physique
The 24-year-old took to Instagram to respond to the haters who posted vulgar comments on a since-deleted Broncos Facebook post earlier this year
‘I never usually read social media comments, or let them affect me however I just wanted to say that no one should be ashamed or self-conscious to have muscles,’ Robinson posted on her Instagram story.
‘It shows dedication and hard work. I love my muscles. Julia xoxo.’
The response was below a screenshot of some of the worst comments which included statements like: ‘He’s gonna be a good player’, while another wrote ‘he’s a rig’.
Julia Robinson has won three NRLW premierships with the Broncos