To her family, Giants supporter Jorden Gordon is a turncoat. To her friends she's the enemy, at least temporarily.
Born a Bomber, the 26-year-old grew into a Giant and is hoping her faith in Greater Western Sydney will pay off this Saturday, when the team will play in their very first grand final.
Mrs Gordon started following GWS when they entered the AFL in 2012, in part because her now-husband was involved in the GWS academy. She will be at the MCG for the final.
"When the Giants came into competition I was just finishing high school," she said.
"Being younger it was pretty exciting being able to support a team that has come into the competition when you're an age to appreciate it, it's pretty unique to have a new AFL team."
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Mrs Gordon said she wasn't surprised the team had reached the grand final within seven years of entering the league.
"They had a really talented list and I thought success would come," she said.
Charlotte Jones, 23, knows what it's like to barrack for a team that hasn't won a premiership in decades. But her beloved Tigers have tasted glory, and are hungry for more.
"It's exciting they've come back after a lot of really terrible years," Miss Jones said.
Both friends hope Saturday's final will be close, but each are confident their respective teams can win.
"It'll be a battle in the midfield," Mrs Gordon, who plays for the Wodonga Bulldogs. "I think they can get up, particularly if their back line holds up like it did in the last five minutes against Collingwood."
Regardless of the outcome the pair are certain their friendship will survive.
"It might take some time but we'll come back, we'll be good," Miss Gordon said.