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The St Kilda Football Club’s wait for a premiership is one of the longest in Australian football.

Since their inception in 1897, the Saints and their long-suffering fans have tasted the ultimate success just once – by one point over Collingwood in 1966.

St Kilda’s history is that of a perpetually underachieving team. The Saints have won more wooden spoons (27) than any other team in the history of the VFL/AFL and have often been mired in mediocrity and scandal.

The club has had its chances to change its fate. It has played in eight grand finals (including one replay final after a draw in 2010), with one solitary triumph.

While pain and heartbreak has become part of the identity of the club and its fans, there’s no doubt that the Saints have fielded some of the absolute greats of the game – individual champions that will go down in football folklore.

A St Kilda player has been awarded the Brownlow Medal 10 times. Notably, both Ian Stewart and Robert Harvey both won back-to-back awards and the AFL’s goal-kicking record holder, Tony Lockett, was the last full forward to win the medal in 1987.

After coming agonisingly close to a second premiership in 2009 and 2010, the Saints have been rebuilding since their last finals campaign in 2011 and have not made the top eight since.

Can the Saints ever add to their trophy cabinet? Let’s see what the bookies think of their chances in the upcoming AFL campaign.

About the St Kilda Saints

Established: 1897
Home ground: Etihad Stadium
Coach: Alan Richardson
Captain: Jarryn Geary
Premierships: 1 – 1966
2018 ladder finish: 16th

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St Kilda Saints 2019 AFL fixture

Saints AFL fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Gold Coast Suns Marvel Stadium Sunday, March 24 1:10pm AEDT
2 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Saturday, March 30 4:35pm AEDT
3 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Sunday, April 7 3:20pm AWST
4 Hawthorn Hawks Marvel Stadium Sunday, April 14 3:20pm AEST
5 Melbourne Demons MCG Saturday, April 20 4:35pm AEST
6 Adelaide Crows Marvel Stadium Saturday, April 27 4:35pm AEST
7 GWS Giants UNSW Canberra Saturday, May 4 1:45pm AEST
8 West Coast Eagles Marvel Stadium Saturday, May 11 7:25pm AEST
9 Collingwood Magpies MCG Saturday, May 18 1:45pm AEST
10 Carlton Blues Marvel Stadium Sunday, May 26 3:20pm AEST
11 Port Adelaide Power Jiangwan Stadium Sunday, June 2 12:40pm AWST
12 BYE
13 Gold Coast Suns Riverway Stadium Saturday, June 15 1:45pm AEST
14 Brisbane Lions Marvel Stadium Saturday, June 22 4:35pm AEST
15 Richmond Tigers Marvel Stadium Sunday, Sunday 30 1:10pm AEST
16 North Melbourne Kangaroos Blundstone Arena Sunday, July 7 3:20pm AEST
17 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium Saturday, July 13 7:20pm AEST
18 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Sunday, July 21 4:40pm AEST
19 Melbourne Demons Marvel Stadium Saturday, July 27 7:25pm AEST
20 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Saturday, August 3 7:10pm ACST
21 Fremantle Dockers Marvel Stadium Sunday, August 11 1:10pm AEST
22 Carlton Blues MCG Saturday, August 17 1:45pm AEST
23 Sydney Swans SCG TBA TBA

St Kilda Saints 2018 playing list

st kilda saints player list
Games Goals
No Player Name Ht Wt DoB Debut Recruited From 2017 Career 2017 Career
1 Tom Hickey 201 99 06.03.91 Rd 22,2011 Morningside (Qld)/Gold Coast 5 66 0 20
2 Jake Carlisle 201 104 01.10.91 Craigieburn (Vic)/Calder U18/Essendon 22 107 5 59
3 Jack Steven 180 84 28.03.90 Rd 19,2009 Lorne (Vic)/Geelong U18 20 154 6 94
4 Jade Gresham 177 79 24.08.97 South Morang (Vic)/Parade College (Vic)/Northern U18 22 40 30 41
5 Shane Savage 186 84 05.01.91 Rd 20,2009 Noble Park (Vic)/Dandenong U18/Hawthorn 12 123 5 58
6 Sebastian Ross 187 88 07.05.93 Rd 22,2012 Horsham Demons (Vic)/North Ballarat U18 22 81 5 13
7 Luke Dunstan 184 85 29.01.95 Rd 1,2014 South Clare (SA)/Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL) 16 69 10 36
8 Blake Acres 190 92 07.10.95 Rd 7,2014 Edgewater-Woodvale (WA)/West Perth (WAFL) 18 44 11 19
9 Jack Steele 187 90 13.12.95 Belconnen (NEAFL)/NSW-ACT U18/GWS Giants 20 37 6 15
10 Nathan Freeman 183 88 16.06.95  – Dingley (Vic)/Sandringham U18/Collingwood List 0 0 0 0
11 Hunter Clark 186 79 26.03.99  – Mornington (Vic)/Padua College (Vic)/Dandenong U18 0 0
13 Jack Lonie 174 71 13.08.96 Rd 1,2015 Seaford (Vic)/Dandenong U18 12 39 6 28
14 Jarryn Geary 182 82 23.06.88 Rd 1,2008 Eaglehawk (Vic)/Bendigo U18 22 163 1 25
15 Jack Billings 184 81 18.08.95 Rd 1,2014 Kew Comets (Vic)/Scotch College (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 22 64 23 50
16 Jack Newnes 184 86 24.02.93 Rd 2,2012 Ivanhoe (Vic)/Northern U18 22 113 7 32
17 Dylan Roberton 194 91 21.06.91 Rd 6,2010 Frankston YCW (Vic)/Dandenong U18/Fremantle 22 124 5 19
18 Billy Longer 202 105 12.05.93 Rd 3,2012 Macleod (Vic)/Northern U18/Brisbane 17 60 2 4
19 Sam Gilbert 194 90 19.08.86 Rd 8,2006 Southport (Qld) 18 197 0 36
20 David Armitage 185 88 16.06.88 Rd 8,2007 Mackay (Qld)/Morningside (Qld) 2 152 1 90
21 Ben Long 182 74 21.08.97 St Marys (NT)/NT Thunder/Melbourne Grammar (Vic) 4 4 0 0
22 Nathan J. Brown 196 99 17.12.88 Ballarat (Vic)/North Ballarat U18/Collingwood 22 152 0 7
23 Hugh Goddard 196 95 24.08.96 Geelong Amateur (Vic)/Melbourne Grammar (Vic)/Geelong U18 0 9 0 1
24 Logan Austin 196 92 08.07.95 Belconnen (NEAFL)/Port Adelaide 2 13 0 0
25 Koby Stevens 189 87 18.06.91 Lucknow (Vic)/Gippsland U18/West Coast/Western Bulldogs 15 89 6 40
26 Josh Battle 193 88 01.09.98 Narre South (Vic)/Doveton (Vic)/Haileybury (Vic)/Dandenong U18 1 1 1 1
27 Josh Bruce 197 102 08.06.92 Rd 5,2012 Eastlake (NEAFL)/GWS Giants 20 88 36 131
28 Tim Membrey 188 89 26.05.94 Rd 19,2014 Traralgon (Vic)/Gippsland U18/Sydney 20 50 38 91
29 Jimmy Webster 188 79 28.06.93 Rd 7,2013 Brighton (Tas)/Glenorchy (Tas) 18 68 1 3
30 Ed Phillips 187 80 29.03.98  – Beverley Hills (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 0 0 0 0
31 Brandon White 188 85 13.01.97 Beaconsfield (Vic)/Dandenong U18 3 4 0 1
32 Paddy McCartin 194 100 19.04.96 Rd 3,2015 St Joseph's (Vic)/Geelong U18 5 22 5 22
33 Nicholas Coffield 191 82 23.10.99  – Eltham (Vic)/Northern U18 0 0
34 Nathan Wright 185 79 16.02.94 Rd 3,2013 Berwick (Vic)/Dandenong U18 3 33 2 9
35 Jack Sinclair 180 82 12.02.95 Rd 1,2015 Kew Comets (Vic)/Old Scotch (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 17 44 8 30
36 Daniel McKenzie 184 83 17.05.96 Ivanhoe (Vic)/Caulfield Grammar (Vic)/Oakleigh U18 5 21 2 2
37 Bailey Rice 184 88 10.02.97  – Endeavour Hills (Vic)/Dandenong U18 0 0 0 0
38 Oscar Clavarino 195 86 22.05.99  – Berwick (Vic)/Haileybury College (Vic)/Dandenong U18 0 0
41 Darren Minchington 179 81 09.12.93 Rd 20,2013 Dromana (Vic)/Dandenong U18 5 28 4 22
44 Maverick Weller 182 85 13.02.92 Rd 3,2011 Burnie Dockers (Tas)/Tasmania U18/Gold Coast 18 108 11 53
45 Ben Paton 186 77 19.10.98 Mitta United (Vic)/North Albury (NSW)/Murray U18 0 0

St Kilda Saints records

Most matches: Robert Harvey – 383 (1988–2008)
Most goals kicked in one match: Tony Lockett – 15 goals (1992)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Nick Riewoldt – 5 (2002, 2004, 2006-07, 2009)
Most matches as coach: Alan Jeans – 332 (1961–1976)
Most goals in a season: Tony Lockett – 132 (1992)
Most career goals: Tony Lockett – 898 (1983–1994)

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