Josh Daicos’ partner Annalise Dalins shows off her ripped figure at Brownlow Medal count

Abs-olutely sensational! Josh Daicos’ partner Annalise Dalins shows off her ripped figure in a daring tummy-baring cream gown at the Brownlow Medal count

Collingwood may have missed out on a place in the Grand Final.

But rising star Pies player Josh Daicos has plenty to smile about, arriving on the arm of his gorgeous partner Annalise Dalins at the Brownlow Medal count at the Crown Casino in Melbourne on Sunday evening.

Miss Universe Australia runner-up Annalise showed off her incredible abs in a daring cream tummy-baring gown.

Abs-olutely sensational! Josh Daicos' partner Annalise Dalins shows off her ripped figure in a daring tummy-baring cream gown at the Brownlow Medal count at the Crown Casino in Melbourne on Sunday night

Abs-olutely sensational! Josh Daicos’ partner Annalise Dalins shows off her ripped figure in a daring tummy-baring cream gown at the Brownlow Medal count at the Crown Casino in Melbourne on Sunday night 

Annalise’s gown featured a crop top design with high-neck and sleeves and a flowing floor-length skirt. 

Meanwhile, Josh looked incredibly dapper in a black tuxedo, white shirt and a black bow-tie.  

She wore her hair back in a tight updo to show off a pair of diamond cluster earrings.  

It comes after Sydney repeated history on Saturday night, winning through to the AFL grand final with an epic one-point preliminary final win over Collingwood at the SCG.

In front of a heaving capacity crowd of 45,608, the Swans rushed through a Collingwood behind in the last few seconds to secure the 14.11 (95) to 14.10 (94) win.

They will play Geelong in a grand final for the first time next Saturday at the MCG.

Annalise's gown featured a crop top design with high-neck and sleeves and a flowing floor-length skirt

Annalise’s gown featured a crop top design with high-neck and sleeves and a flowing floor-length skirt

The Magpies, who have become the AFL’s cardiac kids this season with a string of close wins, looked shot in the third term when they fell six goals behind.

But they kicked four goals to one in the last quarter to nearly do it again.

Coach Craig McRae left his players alone post-match for a few minutes, saying he was worried his emotions would get the better of him.

‘It’s difficult, because you get so close. There’s just an overwhelming sense of pride, though.

‘You look at the players in the eye and see how much they hurt and see how much they’ve given for the year, to fall short.

Sydney led by 21 points at quarter-time and five goals at the main break.

Collingwood kicked the last two goals of the third term to only trail by 23 points at the last change, setting up the pulsating final quarter.

The game looked over 12 minutes into the third term when Magpies defender Darcy Moore – arguably the player of the finals in the first two weeks – tried to centre a pass to Jeremy Howe.

Justin McInerney picked off the kick and tore forward to goal and put the Swans 35 points up.

But Collingwood, as they have done repeatedly this season, rallied and nearly pulled off another miracle comeback win.

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