A tired and weary-looking Sydney Roosters premiership team has soaked up the adulation of their fans at Allianz Stadium today where the party is continuing.
Nobody looked to be having more fun than hitman Dylan Napa, who is yet to remove his playing kit, and was seen walking Oxford St boots and all.
Napa's style reminiscent of Chris Heighington at the Sharks two years ago who said at the time he wasn't going to take his premiership jersey off for three days.
We are not sure if Napa is going to emulate the Sharks forward but he is showing a similar level of commitment so far.
Roosters players presented the Provan-Summons Trophy to their adoring fans with co-captains Boyd Cordner and Jake Friend holding aloft the prize for winning the grand final.
Sunday's victory marked the Roosters' second premiership under coach Trent Robinson, the first coming back in 2013.
The daylight revealed Cooper Cronk wasn't the only player to show remarkable courage during last night's decider against Melboune.
Star winger Blake Ferguson, who showed up to the fan day in a moon boot and on crutches, played with a broken leg.
Cronk also was in a sling after it was revealed he took to the field with a broken scapula.
Around 500 decked in blue red and white turned up to Moore Park for a glimpse of the grand final trophy in the flesh.
The loudest cheers were reserved for the side's stalwarts Jared Waerea-Hargreaves and Mitch Aubusson.
After singing the team song, the players headed into Allianz Stadium to enjoy some beers on the turf for one last time before the stadium is torn down as part of a redevelopment.