SAINTS chairman Eamonn McManus was dancing for joy on the Old Trafford pitch after Saints' Grand Final triumph on Saturday.

Justin Holbrook's side defeated the Red Devils 23-6 with a dominant performance at the Theatre of Dreams to claim the club's first major trophy in five years.

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The full time hooter signalled scenes of jubilation from the Saints players, coaches and staff with their families.

And as Saints paraded the trophy in front of the packed Stretford End, the joy of the moment encapsulated perfectly by chairman Eamonn McManus dancing for joy in front of the Saints hordes.

The thousands of fans were revelling in the celebrations as James Roby lifted the Super League trophy, the club's seventh title in the summer era.

And fans joined in a booming rendition of James' Sit Down, which was adopted as the anthem of Saints' previous Grand Final in 2014.