Cameron Munster failed to escape Fletch and Hindy on the Dally M red carpet and they wasted no time sledging the Storm star.
The trio were discussing his suit with Nathan Hindmarsh saying there was “shades of Bellyache” about him — referencing some of the out-there suits the Storm coach has worn to past events.
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Munster had a cheeky dig at his coach saying: “That’s an insult.”
“He’s the tightest bloke and he’s got the worst dress sense so I don’t know if I’ll take that as a compliment,” he added.
Hindmarsh responded with: “Did you say he’s a Tigers bloke?”
And Munster didn’t miss the opportunity to send the rumour mill into a spin.
The star five-eighth can negotiate with rivals from November 1 for 2024 and beyond. The Storm hope to retain him but the Dolphins have tabled a very attractive offer, while the Tigers are reportedly interested in his services too.
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“The Tigers look all right too, I wouldn’t mind looking all right in orange and black,” Munster said with a grin.
Fletch and Hindy then decided to have some fun with him.
“We’re not far from the Tigers, it’s about 4km that way. Is it true — $8 million over three years?,” Fletcher said.
“That would be nice, wouldn’t it,” Munster answered.
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The 26-year-old had a successful night, claiming Five-eighth of the Year — despite him conceding earlier that Dylan Brown “rightly deserves it.”
Munster was asked whether his alcohol ban was going to continue into the off-season and he revealed he enjoyed himself just a little bit at the Storm’s end of season awards night.
“I had a couple of beers last night at the (Storm) Player of the Year awards, I was lucky enough to win so I celebrated a little bit,” he said.
“But I’m probably most likely to go back to (not drinking) during the year.”
He tipped Sunday’s Panthers-Eels grand final to go to golden point with Penrith’s Nathan Cleary to kick the field goal
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