Geelong assistant coach Corey Enright’s daughter Luna seemed to be just as nervous as fans watching last night’s thriller between the Cats and Sydney, the toddler hilariously changed channels in the dying seconds.
A viewing party for family members inside the Queensland hub was almost spoiled when the 18-month-old changed the channel with 19-seconds remaining and a top-four finish on the line for Geelong.
Simultaneous terror and laughter erupted when the youngster accidentally tampered with the set-top box, as the Swans kicked into their forward-50 in a last ditch attempt to spoil the Cats’ hopes of a double-chance in the post season.
Luna preferred an Super Rugby game before the slip up was quickly fixed and the Cats held on to win after trailing by as many as 17-points earlier in the match.
A draw or loss for the Cats would have launched West Coast into the top four but the victory means the Eagles will face either Collingwood or the Western Bulldogs at Optus Stadium for the first week of finals.
Forward coach Corey Enright holds the games record for Geelong as a player with 332 matches for the Cats including 3 premierships.
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