Sydney Roosters celebrate NRL Grand Final victory with open-top bus parade

Sydney Roosters players have appeared a little worse for wear as they celebrated with fans on an open-top bus to celebrate their Grand Final victory.

The players were joined by more than 1000 rowdy fans at the club’s headquarters in Bondi Junction in the city’s eastern suburbs on Sunday night. 

The celebrations lasted well into the morning as ecstatic fans and players celebrated their team’s 21-6 win over the Melbourne Storm.

Supporters continued the party on Monday morning, cheering the players as they showed off the Provan-Summons Trophy during a victory parade.

Sydney Roosters players have appeared a little worse for wear as they celebrated with fans on an open-top bus to celebrate their Grand Final victory 

Sydney Roosters players have appeared a little worse for wear as they celebrated with fans on an open-top bus to celebrate their Grand Final victory 

Sydney Roosters players have appeared a little worse for wear as they celebrated with fans on an open-top bus to celebrate their Grand Final victory 

 The players were joined by more than 1000 rowdy fans at the club's headquarters in Bondi Junction in the city's eastern suburbs on Sunday night

 The players were joined by more than 1000 rowdy fans at the club's headquarters in Bondi Junction in the city's eastern suburbs on Sunday night

 The players were joined by more than 1000 rowdy fans at the club’s headquarters in Bondi Junction in the city’s eastern suburbs on Sunday night

Forward Nat Butcher's girlfriend Harmony A'Bell posted a photo to Instagram praising him after the win

Forward Nat Butcher's girlfriend Harmony A'Bell posted a photo to Instagram praising him after the win

Forward Nat Butcher’s girlfriend Harmony A’Bell posted a photo to Instagram praising him after the win

Victor Radley celebrates with fans after the Sydney Roosters' Grand Final victory

Victor Radley celebrates with fans after the Sydney Roosters' Grand Final victory

Victor Radley celebrates with fans after the Sydney Roosters’ Grand Final victory

Players continued to party at Good Bar in nearby Paddington on Monday morning – some still in their playing kit.

Blake Ferguson emerged from a car still wearing his jersey while holding crutches with his leg in a boot after suffering an injury during the game.

Dylan Napa took it one step further by wearing his entire uniform – boots included – to the bar.

One of the players told Nine News he was ‘too incarcerated’ to chat after a night of partying. 

Players took to social media to share their celebrations after the final whistle.

Co-captain Boyd Cordner posted a selfie of players enjoying a beer on the team bus, while fullback James Tedesco shared video of the enormous crowd gathered outside the club headquarters in Bondi Junction. 

Sydney Roosters players celebrate after their Grand Final win. From left: Boyd Cordner, Blake Ferguson, James Tedesco and Victor Radley

Sydney Roosters players celebrate after their Grand Final win. From left: Boyd Cordner, Blake Ferguson, James Tedesco and Victor Radley

Sydney Roosters players celebrate after their Grand Final win. From left: Boyd Cordner, Blake Ferguson, James Tedesco and Victor Radley

The celebrations lasted well into the morning as ecstatic fans and players celebrated their team's 21-6 win over the Melbourne Storm

The celebrations lasted well into the morning as ecstatic fans and players celebrated their team's 21-6 win over the Melbourne Storm

The celebrations lasted well into the morning as ecstatic fans and players celebrated their team’s 21-6 win over the Melbourne Storm

Forward Nat Butcher’s girlfriend Harmony A’Bell posted a photo to Instagram praising him after the win.

‘No words to describe the feeling!! So proud of you and how you’ve done this season… hard work paid off! Time to party,’ she posted. 

The players took the stage at the Easts Leagues Club about 2am on Monday, and were met with rapturous cheers from their adoring fans.

Heroic playmaker Cooper Cronk addressed the team’s supporters with his injured arm in a sling, the Daily Telegraph reported.

Cronk played in the decider despite suffering from a broken shoulder blade.

‘Everyone in this room has sacrificed a lot. It feels incredible. Thank you very much for coming tonight – we love you,’ Cronk said.

Supporters lined the streets in Sydney's eastern suburbs to celebrate the Roosters' win

Supporters lined the streets in Sydney's eastern suburbs to celebrate the Roosters' win

Supporters lined the streets in Sydney’s eastern suburbs to celebrate the Roosters’ win

James Tedesco and Dylan Napa pose with their premiership rings after Sunday's Grand Final

James Tedesco and Dylan Napa pose with their premiership rings after Sunday's Grand Final

James Tedesco and Dylan Napa pose with their premiership rings after Sunday’s Grand Final

Coach Trent Robinson said support from the fans meant a lot to the players.

‘Forget about us up here for a sec – we get to do this for a living – you guys come out and support us,’ he said.

‘Because of you we get to work hard everyday. And I promise you, we don’t forget that. We love you and we work hard and we love the support that we get – we want you to enjoy it, we want you to love it.’ 

Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson said support from the fans meant a lot to the players

Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson said support from the fans meant a lot to the players

Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson said support from the fans meant a lot to the players

Roosters co-captains Boyd Cordner and Jake Friend show off the Provan-Summons Trophy to their fans

Roosters co-captains Boyd Cordner and Jake Friend show off the Provan-Summons Trophy to their fans

Roosters co-captains Boyd Cordner and Jake Friend show off the Provan-Summons Trophy to their fans

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