Dylan Napa, 25, parties so hard after Sydney Roosters’ win that he still hadn’t taken off his shorts and BOOTS for Monday’s celebrations
- Premiership winning prop Dylan Napa spotted in game kit day after Grand Final
- Social media was quick to point out popular prop had not changed from his kit
- Napa returned from a suspension in time to play in the grand final
Sydney Roosters enforcer Dylan Napa played just 23 minutes off the bench during his side’s grand final win on Sunday night.
But the towering prop, 25, didn’t let that stop him from celebrating long through the night and into the morning after the biggest win in his career as a league player.
Napa appeared with his teammates for the premiership winning parade in Sydney on Monday still in his Grand Final playing kit, boots and all.
Social media users were quick to point out that Napa, underneath his Roosters 2018 Premiers t-shirt, was still wearing his playing boots, shorts and game jersey.
Roosters prop Dylan Napa, 25, appeared with is teammates for the premiership winning parade in Sydney on Monday apparently still in his Grand Final playing kit, boots and all
‘Dylan Napa turning up to fan day still in GF kit is amazing and what the @NRL needs. A character and someone who really shows the won last night meant something. Well done.’ one user wrote.
‘Hilarious! Still wearing his studs,’ another added.
NRL.com released its player ratings for the Grand Final and Napa was unfortunately shorted with a score of four out of ten.
A number of social media users noticed that Napa, underneath his Roosters 2018 Premiers t-shirt, was still wearing his playing boots, shorts and game jersey
‘Wasn’t sighted in the first half. After having missed the previous three weeks through suspension looked a little off his best. Just five runs in 21 minutes,’ the website states.
Despite the critique from the official NRL website Napa is celebrating as a 2018 premiership player.
Napa was able to return to the fold in time for the grand final after serving a suspension for a dangerous tackle on Broncos hooker Andrew McCullough in final rounds of the season.