— Warwick Capper (@WarwickCapper39) September 25, 2013
They may not have made this year’s Grand Final, but the Cats have reaffirmed their position as the undisputed kings – or queens, as it were – of post-season dress-ups.
There was a Royal vibe at Geelong’s winding-down session; with skipper Joel Selwood dressing up as the Duchess of Cambridge – complete with a real-life baby – and young gun Josh Caddy accompanying him as Prince William.
A handful of other young Cats added to the Royal theme, with Jackson Thurlow and Josh Walker dressing as Prince Harry and Prince Charles respectively, while Cam Eardley came as Queen Elizabeth.
Steve Johnson kept things a little more local, dressing as former Sydney high-flyer Warwick Capper in an outfit that included an enormous blonde wig and a pair of footy shorts a couple of sizes smaller than usual.
Tom Lonergan, Andrew Mackie and Jared Rivers are a tight unit in Geelong’s defensive half – something their Three Amigos outfits reflected. Another defender, Corey Enright, changed things up a bit, dressing as Sandy from Grease.
Though Enright’s outfit required wearing a wig and a whole lot of black clothing, it was nothing compared to Nathan Vardy’s Edward Scissorhands costume.
Former Cat Matthew Scarlett was widely regarded as the best in the business when it came to end of year costumes. In the first post-season without him, Geelong’s end of year antics appear to be in good hands.
— AFL Photos (@AFLphotos) September 25, 2013
— Jacqui Reed (@JacquiReedAFL) September 24, 2013