Collingwood's cheer squad has taken a cheeky swipe at Port Adelaide's campaign to wear their black and white prison bar guernsey.
The two clubs are at war over the use of the guernsey and the Power were warned that they would be docked premiership points if they wore the strip against Adelaide two weeks ago.
Collingwood's cheer squad added fuel to the fire by revealing a banner that read: 'IS BLACK & WHITE OURS? WITHOUT A DOUBT, YES STICK TO WEARING TEAL AND WRECKING INXS'.
🍿🍿🍿 Collingwood's banner ahead of their clash against Port Adelaide.
— ABC SPORT (@abcsport) May 23, 2021
The banner also took aim at the Power's pre-game tradition to sing INXS' "Never Tear Us Apart' before their home games at Adelaide Oval.
The banner amused Fox Sports' Dermott Brereton who labelled it as "very cheeky".
"As long as it's not derogatory, I think that's cheeky enough to fly. Well done," Brereton said and reported by Chris Da Silva for WWOS.
Port fans will have their chance for redemption when Collingwood travel to Adelaide in Round 19.