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Sport AFL's Dustin Martin shares embrace with blonde after Grand Final win

20:06  24 october  2020
20:06  24 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The Richmond Tigers won their third premiership in four years, after defeating the Geelong Cats at the AFL Grand Final in Brisbane on Saturday.

Celebrating the win on the oval at The Gabba, notoriously private star Dustin Martin warmly embraced a blonde friend.

In footage aired on Channel Seven, the 29-year-old, who made history by becoming the first player to be awarded the Norm Smith Medal three times, shared a few words with his close pal.

a man wearing a helmet: Celebratory hug: Notoriously private AFL superstar Dustin Martin, 29, shared a warm embrace with a blonde pal as team the Richmond Tigers won the Grand Final against the Geelong Cats, in Brisbane on Saturday (pictured) © Provided by Daily Mail Celebratory hug: Notoriously private AFL superstar Dustin Martin, 29, shared a warm embrace with a blonde pal as team the Richmond Tigers won the Grand Final against the Geelong Cats, in Brisbane on Saturday (pictured)

Dustin understandably could not hide his delight over his team's win, as he walked over to the blonde in the grandstand and hugged her tightly.

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He lifted the smiling woman off her feet as he emotionally embraced her, the pair sharing a few words before parting ways.

It's unclear who the blonde beauty is, and whether she is a friend or relative of the footballer.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Dustin Martin's management for comment.

a person wearing a hat: Ecstatic: Dustin understandably could not hide his delight over his team's win, as he walked over to the blonde in the grandstand and hugged her tightly © Provided by Daily Mail Ecstatic: Dustin understandably could not hide his delight over his team's win, as he walked over to the blonde in the grandstand and hugged her tightly Friend or relative? It's unclear who the blonde beauty is, and whether she is a friend or relative of the footballer © Provided by Daily Mail Friend or relative? It's unclear who the blonde beauty is, and whether she is a friend or relative of the footballer

The Tigers roared to victory on Saturday night, overcoming the Cats 81 to 50 after an incredible come-back in the third quarter and heroic efforts from Dustin.

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Dustin, who kicked four goals and 21 disposals, thanked the AFL, Toyota, the government and Richmond Football Club while receiving the Norm Smith Medal.


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'First of all, I would just like to thank Geelong for an awesome game,' he said.

'You're an awesome club. Well done to Gaz (Gary Ablett) on your unbelievable career. To the AFL, Toyota, the government, last but not least, the Richmond footy club. Let's go.'

a couple of people that are standing in the grass: Victory: The Tigers roared to victory on Saturday night, overcoming the Cats 81 to 50 after an incredible come-back in the third quarter and heroic efforts from Dustin. Pictured with captain Trent Cotchin (right) © Provided by Daily Mail Victory: The Tigers roared to victory on Saturday night, overcoming the Cats 81 to 50 after an incredible come-back in the third quarter and heroic efforts from Dustin. Pictured with captain Trent Cotchin (right) a group of people playing a game of football: Impressive: Dustin also made history by becoming the first player to be awarded the Norm Smith Medal three times © Provided by Daily Mail Impressive: Dustin also made history by becoming the first player to be awarded the Norm Smith Medal three times

Dustin is notorious for keeping his private life out of the public eye.

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He has previously dated Sydney food blogger and physiotherapist, Tania Acitelli.

Dustin is also believed to have previously dated Phoebe Carpenter, who is also the ex-girlfriend of NRL Newcastle Knights halfback, Mitchell Pearce.

In March last year, it was reported Dustin was dating model Chontelle Berryman.

It was a rumour that both he and Chontelle shot down in flames.

Dustin's manager Ralph Carr previously revealed that it's their 'firm policy that neither we or Dustin make comment on his private life'.

a girl posing for a picture: Previously linked: Phoebe Carpenter (pictured) is said to have had a brief relationship with Dustin and was known as 'Mrs M' for a while © Provided by Daily Mail Previously linked: Phoebe Carpenter (pictured) is said to have had a brief relationship with Dustin and was known as 'Mrs M' for a while a woman holding a cell phone: Online chatter: Phoebe (centre) was referred to as 'Mrs M' by her mates while the couple were reportedly together © Provided by Daily Mail Online chatter: Phoebe (centre) was referred to as 'Mrs M' by her mates while the couple were reportedly together Read more

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