Collingwood legend Dane Swan has continued the prison bar feud between his club and Port Adelaide with a cheeky jab on social media after the Power's loss to the Bulldogs.
In a thrilling clash of premiership contenders, it was the Bulldogs who prevailed in a 15. 6. (96) to 12. 5. (77) win at the Adelaide Oval.
If Port fans weren't fuming enough after the loss, Swan took to his personal Twitter account to rub salt into the wounds, continuing the war of words between Port and Collingwood over Port's heritage jersey.
After being denied the right to wear the jersey against Adelaide last week by the AFL, Port players changed into the prison bar tops in the rooms before singing the team song.
Swan, who played 258 games and won a flag for Collingwood, couldn't resist taking a jab at last week's stunt after the Power came up short against the Bulldogs.
"Didn't see the footy tonight, but can someone tell me if Port sang the song in the prison bar jumper tonight?" Swan tweeted.
After receiving over 600 likes, Swan let rip on two more tweets, owning the fact that his own team had also gone down in Round 9.
Swan rekindling the feud comes at the perfect time with Collingwood set to host Port Adelaide at the MCG in Round 10.https://twitter.com/swandane/status/1393546911877980163https://twitter.com/swandane/status/1393552436556537863
The ongoing prison bar feud continued after a sensational road win for the Bulldogs, who well and truly cemented their status as a legitimate premiership contender.
Bulldogs skipper Marcus Bontempelli was instrumental in the victory, finishing with 26 disposals and two goals, while Caleb Daniel also added 26 touches of his own.
All-Australian midfielder Jack Macrae also continued his remarkable form, with his 32-disposal performance making it nine straight matches of 30+ disposals.
Aaron Naughton was at his brilliant best up forward, finishing with four goals, while the returning Cody Weightman made an instant impact with three goals.
Port Adelaide's efforts were led by the midfield tandem of Ollie Wines and Travis Boak, who collected 32 and 30 disposals, respectively.
After struggling against top eight sides all season, Charlie Dixon finally broke his duck, kicking two goals, but the veteran forward's performance was in vain.
The Bulldogs will aim to continue their brilliant start to the season with a win against St Kilda at Marvel Stadium next weekend.