AFL WAG Jestina Franklin celebrated Sydney Swans’ win on Saturday as she watched her husband Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin from the stands.
The model, 31, shared several snaps while watching the match from the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Joining Jesinta for the match were Today entertainment reporter and Swans fan Brooke Boney.
AFL WAG Jestina Franklin, 31, (centre) celebrated Sydney Swans’ win on Saturday as she watched her husband Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin from the stands. She was joined by Today show entertainment reporter Brooke Boney (left) and a male friend (right)
One photo shows Jesinta, Brooke and a male friend looking tense as they watched the confrontation from the stands.
‘To sum it up, Brooke,’ Jesinta captioned the photo, which features Brooke nervously covering her mouth with a Swan scarf.
Jesinta also shared a photo of Buddy after winning the match, along with the overall score of the game, which was 95-94.
Jesinta shared this photo of Buddy along with the winning score, which was 95 to 94. ‘We’re going to grannnnnny,’ Jesinta wrote, referring to the Finals.
‘We’re going to grannnnnnny,’ Jesinta wrote, referring to the Finals.
The star later shared a snap of her two children watching TV at her home in Sydney as Buddy led the team to the win.
Sydney repeated history on Saturday, winning the AFL final with a monumental one-point preliminary overall victory over Collingwood at the SCG.
The star also shared photos of her two children at home
In front of a 45,608 capacity crowd, Swans dashed behind in the final few seconds to win 14.11 (95) to 14.10 (94).
They will take on Geelong in a grand final for the first time next Saturday at the MCG.
Sydney’s only other preliminary final at the SCG was a one-point win over Essendon in 1996.
Jesinta said she had ‘goosebumps’ when watching the interesting scene unfold
The start of the current era of the Swans has taken two championships and now six final appearances.
Franklin scored twice in the first half for the Swans, giving him his third goal for the AFL in the finals.
‘What an ending. OH. Well done our boys. They fought really hard. They are a really good team. We knew they were coming and they did,’ Franklin said.
‘It’s been an unbelievable season.
‘Getting to the final, that’s what I’m most satisfied with. That’s what we play foot. We have to be our best next week.
Franklin will play the third Final against Sydney next week
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