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Moving moment Penrith star PROPOSES to girlfriend on field after thrilling NRL grand final victory 

Moving moment Penrith star PROPOSES to his girlfriend on the field after his team’s thrilling victory


Penrith Panthers winger Brian To’o topped his grand final win by proposing to his girlfriend on the field at the full-time whistle.

He ran to the sidelines to pop the question to Sala Moesha Crichton-Ropati who is also team-mate Stephen Crichton’s cousin.

Grinning with the joy of winning on the field and in love, To’o asked her to make him even happier by accepting – and sealed the deal with a kiss. 

He pulled out a ring as Moesha immediately said yes and she burst into tears ashe put it on her finger.

Penrith Panthers winger Brian To’o topped his grand final win by proposing to his girlfriend on the field at the full-time whistle

Grinning with the joy of winning on the field and in love, To'o asked her to make him even happier by accepting

Grinning with the joy of winning on the field and in love, To’o asked her to make him even happier by accepting

He ran to the sidelines to pop the question to Moesha Crichton-Ropati who is also the cousin of team-mate and match-winning try scorer Stephen Crichton

He ran to the sidelines to pop the question to Moesha Crichton-Ropati who is also the cousin of team-mate and match-winning try scorer Stephen Crichton

He pulled out a ring as Moesha immediately said yes and she burst into tears ashe put it on her finger

He pulled out a ring as Moesha immediately said yes and she burst into tears ashe put it on her finger

The couple sealed the deal with a kiss.

 The couple sealed the deal with a kiss.

 ‘I thought he was just coming up to give me a hug like he usually does,’ admitted Ms Crichton-Ropati afterwards.

 ‘I want to thank my beautiful family for saying “Yes” and the boys for getting the win and so lucky to be here,’ added To’o.

‘I’m just really speechless, not only because of the year that I have had, especially with Origin. Also just finishing off the year with the Grand Final ring. It is special.’

 

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