He was joined by Alex Davis’ grandson of Gold Coast’s young gunman on the side of Adelaide.
Davis, who grew up in Karens, has a Japanese heritage through his mother, and his grandfather flew out of Japan to watch the AFL game live for the first time this weekend.
He was spotted wearing a full Gold Coast kit at the Metric Stadium after Davis scored a goal and was invited to the club to sing the song.
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Sanskrit players and coach Stuart Daew were seen embracing and hugging Davis’ grandfather, and he and Tewu exchanged gestures.
“This was a great time,” said Fox Footty analyst Anthony Hudson. The first crack.
“The first time they saw the AFL leg in the flesh, they saw his grandfather play a part of the song. He also knew he was a goal scorer!”
Hawthorne and Melbourne champions Jordan Lewis praised the Davis’ family for allowing the Davis family to enter the temple.
“It’s amazing to see him, and that makes him (Davis) feel good, but it only builds a good culture from the perspective of his teammates,” Lewis said.
“And that’s what Stuart Dau has been trying to do over the last few years, and small acts like this have a huge impact.”