The Saints are at home to the Brisbane Lions in their opening round match and round at the season with a final round clash against North Melbourne. They also meet the Kangaroos on ANZAC Day and have just the one game at the Adelaide Oval.
St Kilda has double up games with the GWS Giants, Hawthorn, Melbourne, North Melbourne and Richmond and have the bye in Round 14.
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The St Kilda home and away draw can be found below. Visit our AFL Fixtures page for season fixtures for other AFL teams.
|1||Sat||Mar 24||Home||Brisbane Lions||Etihad||3:35pm|
|2||Fri||Mar 30||Away||Nth Melbourne||Etihad||4:20pm|
|3||Sat||Apr 7||Home||Adelaide Crows||Etihad||7:25pm|
|4||Sun||Apr 15||Away||Geelong Cats||GMHBA||4:40pm|
|5||Sat||Apr 21||Home||GWS Giants||Etihad||1:45pm|
|11||Sat||Jun 2||Away||West Coast||Perth||8:10pm|
|12||Sat||Jun 9||Home||Sydney Swans||Etihad||7:25pm|
|13||Sat||Jun 16||Away||Gold Coast Suns||Metricon||4:35pm|
|16||Sat||Jul 7||Away||Port Adelaide||Adelaide||4:35pm|
|19||Sat||Jul 28||Away||GWS Giants||Spotless||4:35pm|
|20||Sat||Aug 4||Home||Western Bulldogs||Etihad||7:25pm|
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The Saints had an interesting season after showing plenty of promise throughout the year. They finished 11th on the AFL ladder with 11 wins.
Ladder: 11th - 22: 11-11-0 (44pts)
Most Kicks: Dylan Roberton 385
Most Handballs: Sebastian Ross 339
Most Disposals: Sebastian Ross 657
Most Marks: Dylan Roberton 137
Most Goals: Tim Membrey 38
Most Hitouts: Billy Longer 656
Emerging Saint Sebastian Ross had a most consistent for his club and was a worthy recipient of the 2017 Trevor Barker Medal for St Kilda. Ross polled 159 votes to defeat Dylan Roberton 124 and Jarryn Geary 121 to stamp himself as a player of the future.
1st: Sebastian Ross - 159 votes
2nd: Dylan Roberton - 124 votes
3rd: Jarryn Geary - 121 votes
Next: Jake Carlisle 119, Jack Billings 110, Jack Steven 108, Jimmy Webster 88, Jack Newnes 83, Jade Gresham 81 and Nathan Brown 78.
Best and fairest winner and emerging midfielder Seb Ross scored 14 votes to top the St Kilda Brownlow Medal count for the 2017 season. Next best were Jack Steven and Jack Billings who tied for second on 11 votes each.
1st: Seb Ross - 14 votes
2nd: Jack Billings and Jack Steven - 11 votes
Next: Dylan Roberton 5, Nick Riewoldt 4, Leigh Montagna 3, Jack Steele 3, Jack Newnes 2, Tim Membrey 2 (ineligible) and Jake Carlisle 1.
The Saints secured 57 votes across the season.