Lois Knight has a DVD collection of her grandson Dustin Martin's AFL career.
The DVD of Richmond's grand final win over Geelong on Saturday night will rocket to number one on her extensive playlist.
"How good was he?,'' Lois said in jubilant fashion on Sunday.
"He saves his best for grand finals."
Castlemaine's most famous football product collected his third premiership medal and a record-breaking third Norm Smith Medal after kicking four goals in the Tigers' 31-point win.
"A niece of mine was at the game and she Face Timed me when Dustin came over to the fence.
"I'm not really good with phones and things like that, but I saw him and told him well done and how proud we were of him.
"He was as happy as happy."
Lois watched the game with family members before returning home. How did she celebrate the win?
"I watched the game again and then went to bed about 2.30am,'' she said with a chuckle.
"It was just as good, if not better, the second time around - just like last week (against Port Adelaide)."
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"I've seen him play a lot of good games,'' Lois said.
"Those goals he kicked were fantastic, though. (Considering it was a grand final) it probably is the best game I've seen him play."
The banana kicks and right-foot snaps brought back memories for Lois of when Dustin was a young fella running around in the backyard.
"He had the goal posts set up and on freezing cold mornings he'd be out there kicking goals,'' she said.
"We're proud of the boy."
What does a proud Nan do the day after her grandson wins an AFL grand final?
"I've taped everything and I'm going to do some editing and put it on some DVDs,'' she said.
"I've taped nearly all of his games and put them on DVD. I missed some games in his first couple of years, but the past seven or eight years I've taped every game.
"When something happens to me the DVD collection will go to Dustin.
"He says to me 'what am I going to do with them, Nan?' He mightn't think about it now, but down the track when he's not playing anymore he'll appreciate it.
"Now that footy season is over I'll have nothing to watch until next season, so these DVDs give me something to watch."
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