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Sydney’s Gary Rohan soccers through a goal and then ends up in the crowd falling over the fence. Picture: Phil Hillyard

FANS with tickets booked for next week’s elimination final between Sydney and Essendon should be ready for crowd participation if Gary Rohan’s effort against Carlton is any guide.

Moments after Rohan scored the first of his three goals against the Blues he was in the front row of the Bradman Stand getting to know the red and white faithful.

The amazing sequence of events was captured by the Daily Telegraph’s award-winning photographer Phil Hillyard.

Gary Rohan soccers through a goal against Carlton. Picture: Phil Hillyard

Gary Rohan soccers through a goal against Carlton. Picture: Phil HillyardSource:News Corp Australia

Rohan’s momentum carries him over the fence at the SCG. Picture: Phil Hillyard

Rohan’s momentum carries him over the fence at the SCG. Picture: Phil HillyardSource:News Corp Australia

“I have got to learn to work out where the fence is before I start celebrating,” Rohan said.

“I went to celebrate and then I saw the fence was coming at me a bit too quick, I went to pull up but I was a bit late and the fence is a bit low at that end. I gave the crowd a bit of entertainment by jumping the fence.”

Gary Rohan joins the crowd, much to their delight. Picture: Phil Hillyard

Gary Rohan joins the crowd, much to their delight. Picture: Phil HillyardSource:News Corp Australia

The Swans star was among friends so took his time before returning to the field.

“I was trying to get up and everyone was jumping on me,” Rohans said.

“It was pretty funny at the time. They were loving it.”

Rohan checks out the view from the other side of the fence. Picture: Phil Hillyard

Rohan checks out the view from the other side of the fence. Picture: Phil HillyardSource:News Corp Australia

If the Swans were framing a market for the player most likely to end up in the crowd, Rohan…

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