- Premiers showed up in funny Mad Monday costumes
- Jack Ginnivan came dressed as a jockey
- Towering Mason Cox dressed as a T-Rex
Collingwood’s premiership celebrations show no signs of stopping, as the Magpies dressed up in an array of costumes for Mad Monday festivities at the Sporting Globe in Richmond.
The Pies are still in party-mode after they claimed a record-equalling 16th premiership with a thrilling four-point win over the Brisbane Lions in the AFL grand final on Saturday.
Mason Cox – also known as ‘Coxzilla’ – arrived early in a hilarious dinosaur costume, but it was Jack Ginnivan who might have had the funniest outfit of all.
The youngster had a laugh at himself and his detractors by showing up dressed in jockey silks, which was a reference to his infamous trip to the races before the final that drew the ire of coach Craig McRae.
McRae said Ginnivan had to ‘grow up’ after the incident and learn from his mistakes.
Huge Magpie Mason Cox showed up in a dinosaur costume to Mad Monday celebrations
Jack Ginnivan had a laugh at himself by showing up dressed as a jockey
Skipper Darcy Moore arrived dressed as Legolas from Lord of the Rings, while Bobby Hill came as a security guard
‘There’s so much he learns from today, and don’t go to the races the day before is something I’d say (to him),’ McRae said.
Skipper Darcy Moore arrived dressed as Legolas from Lord of the Rings, while Isaac Quaynor was the spitting image of Formula 1 superstar Lewis Hamilton.
Jeremy Howe, Scott Pendlebury and Jordan De Goey came dressed in Peaky Blinders gangster costumes.
When asked by Fox Sports Australia how he felt after days of partying, Pendlebury replied: ‘Yeah really good … obviously the voice is gone, but amazing.
‘I’ve taken my kids to school and everyone was just saying ‘well done’. My son wanted to show his teacher the medal and then the whole class room had photos with it. Things like that are really cool.’
‘Starting to (sink in), my voice is certainly reminding me we’ve had a good couple of days. Every hour that passes it starts to sink in a bit more.’
Beau McCreery came dressed as UFC Bantamweight Champion Sean O’Malley, while Taylor Adams came as Channel Nine’s Tony Jones.
Oleg Markov showed up in a full Carlton kit, which is a cheeky reference to earlier this year when he was poised to train with the rival club.
Jeremy Howe, Scott Pendlebury and Jordan De Goey arrived in Peaky Blinders outfits
Isaac Quaynor came dressed as Formula 1 superstar Lewis Hamilton
Beau McCreery came looking like UFC Bantamweight Champion Sean O’Malley
In 2022 a host of Geelong players arrived as pensioners following claims they were too old to win the premiership.
Star forward Jeremy Cameron dressed as a chicken and lost his premiership medal to a cow later that night.