DAYLESFORD and Western Bulldogs legend Chris Grant will present the AFL premiership cup should the Bulldogs defeat Melbourne in the grands final.
Grant currently works at the Western Bulldogs as head of football and his daughter Issy plays for the AFLW team.
He played 341 games and kicked 554 goals for the Dogs over an incredible 18 years, retiring in 2007 after debuting in 1990.
A three-time All-Australian, Grant is a two-time best and fairest and was inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame in 2012.
Should Melbourne win, Garry Lyon will present the trophy to Demons skipper Max Gawn.
Lyon is now a respected commentator after a 14-year career at Melbourne, playing 226 games and kicking 426 goals.