AFL WAG Jestina Franklin celebrated the Sydney Swans win on Saturday as she watched her husband Lance “Buddy” Franklin from the stands.
The 31-year-old model shared a series of photos while watching the game from Sydney Cricket Ground.
Join Jesinta to watch the thrilling match as Today entertainment reporter and Swans supporter Brooke Boney.
One photo showed Jesinta, Brooke and a male pal looking tense as they watched the showdown from the stands.
“Sum up Brooke,” Jesinta captioned the photo, which featured a stressed-out Brooke covering her mouth with a Swans scarf.
Jesinta also shared a photo of Buddy after he won the match, along with the match’s overall score, which was 95-94.
“We’re going to the Grannnnnnnny,” Jesinta wrote, referring to the grand finale.
The star later shared a photo of her two children watching TV at their Sydney home while Buddy led the team to victory.
Sydney repeated history on Saturday to reach the AFL Grand Final with an epic one-point preliminary finals win over Collingwood at the SCG.
In front of a sold-out crowd of 45,608, the Swans sped through a deficit in the final seconds to secure the win, 14.11 (95) to 14.10 (94).
They will face Geelong for the first time in a grand final next Saturday at the MCG.
Sydney’s only other preliminary final at the SCG was a one-point win over Essendon in 1996.
The start of the Swans’ current era, which has spanned two Premierships and now six major final appearances.
Franklin scored two goals for the Swans in the first half, tying them for third place for AFL goals in the Finals.
“What an end. Wow. Well done for our boys. They fought really hard. They were a really good team. We knew they were coming, and they did,” Franklin said.
“It was an incredible season.
“Going to the grand finale is the best thing. That’s why we play football. We have to do our best next week.