20 players who had left St Kilda and then played in a Premiership

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22 St. Kilda players leaving to play in a premiership.


01.Jack Purse - 1900 (Melbourne)
Played 1 game for the Saints in 1898 before transferring to Melbourne in 1900. He would play another 109 games.

02.Vernon Hazel - 1911 (Essendon)
Hazel was recruited from Coburg and in one and a half seasons at St Kilda managed just three appearances. During 1910 he crossed to Melbourne for four games. The following season he joined his third club, Essendon. He played 12 games including a premiership.

03.George McLeod - 1911, 1912 (Essendon)
He played 21 games between 1897 and 1903 before departing for Queenstown, Tasmania. Returning to Victoria and Essendon in 1910 he played another 56 games.

04.Ted Brown - 1914-15 (Carlton)
Brown, who was raised in Ballarat was recruited to St Kilda from Caulfield. He played 4 games but couldn't establish a place in the St Kilda team and left after a year. He returned to the league in 1914 and join Carlton. At his new club he would play 95 games

05.Norm Turnbull - 1921 (Richmond)
Turnbull was born in Richmond and was recruited by with St Kilda. He played 38 game stint in 1914-15 and from 1918 to 1920. In 1921 he effectively returned home when he crossed to reigning VFL premier Richmond, and promptly had a major effect on the club's retaining its title.

06.Harry Moyes - 1926 (Melbourne)
Moyes started his league career in 1915 with St Kilda. Due to the war he didn't return to the club until 1919. He would play 61 games with the Saints. In 1925 he crossed to Melbourne to play with his mate Bill Tymms and played 45 games.

07.Bill Tymms - 1926 (Melbourne)
Tymms started his career at St Kilda, where he spent two seasons for 8 games. He played for Prahran in 1924, then made his way to Melbourne in 1925 where he played with his good friend Harry Moyes. 91 games for the Demons and represented the VFL five times during his career.

08.Frank Roberts - 1939-40 (Melbourne)
Recruited from Sandhurst, he spent two season and 27 games as a Saint. He returned to Sandhurst in 1935 before Melbourne lured him back to the city. He played 86 games as a Demon.

09.Stephen Rae 1973 (Richmond)
Aged just 17 when he debuted for St Kilda in 1969, Rae was a half forward and played 55 games in the Saints. Constant tension with Coach Allan Jeans made him demand to be traded to Richmond in 1973 to play with friend Ian Stewart .Played another 20 games before persistent injuries to his knees and hands caused his retirement.

10.Ian Stewart 1973 (Richmond)
After 127 games with the Saints, Stewart had a falling out with Coach Allan Jeans and was swapped with Richmond’s Billy Barrot in 1971. Barrot played twice for the Saints whereas Stewart won his third Brownlow and 78 games..

11.Mick Malthouse 1980 (Richmond)
Played 53 games for the Saints until being told by then-coach Allan Jeans that he would struggle to get a game in the senior side due to a surfeit of similar-skilled players, he departed for Richmond midway through the 1976 season. He would play 121 games as a tiger.

12.Val Perovic 1981, 1982 (Carlton)
Played 77 games when he had a falling out with the club president (Lindsay Fox) who told all country based players to move to Melbourne. Was part of a trade for Alex Jesaulenko. Played 97 games for Carlton.

13.Russell Green 1983, 1986, 1988 (Hawthorn)
Made his debut as a 16 year old he played 120 games in seven seasons was traded at age of 22, he was swapped mid season for Mark Scott and Tony King. Few in the crowd knew of the trade before he lined up at the Hawks. 184 games for the Hawks in nine seasons.

14.Paul Harding 1992 (West Coast Eagles)
The former Hawk tried to stay in W.A. but lost a court case and spent 2 seasons and 11 games at Hawthorn. Traded to the Saints he played 62 games in 3 years. The West Coast need a Ruckman and the Saints traded Harding for a first round pick (Rob Malone 0 games) who was wanting to return to Western Australia.

15.Dean Rice 1995 (Carlton)
Delisted by the Saints after 116 games in seven years for doing his knee the second time in 1993, picked by Carlton in the preseason draft and played another 118 games.

16.Darryl Wakelin 2004 (Port Adelaide)
Played 115 games for the Saints before being put up for trade as the Saints decided on a youth policy. He was part of a 3 way trade that included Aaron Hamill. He would play 146 games for Port Adelaide.

17.Barry Hall 2005 (Sydney)
Played 88 games and twice won the club’s goalkicking, The rise of Reiwoldt, Koschitzke and the recruitment of Fraser Gehrig put pressure on the salary cap. After Tony Lockett retired, Sydney was in the hunt for a big name forward and offered big money to Hall to become a Swan. He played 162 games for the Swans and another 39 for the Bulldogs.

18.Brent Guerra 2008, 2013 (Hawthorn)
Came to the Saints after being traded by Port Adelaide with whom he played 65 games. The Saints had two attacking half forwards but decided to keep Stephen Milne. Delisted from the Saints after 31 games, he was offered a lifeline from Hawks coach Alistair Clarkson who knew him from his time at Port Adelaide. He played as a defender during his 159 games.

19.Luke Ball 2010 (Collingwood)
Played 142 games after being selection 2 draftee in the 2001 draft. Had a falling out with Coach Ross Lyon after he was remained on the bench during the 2009 Grand Final the saints narrowly lost. He walk out and was selected by Collingwood and played 82 games before retiring.

20.Ben McEvoy 2014 (Hawthorn)
Played 93 games in 6 seasons before the Saints offered him as a trade for a first round pick and Shane Savage in the 2013 Draft. The Hawks in need for a ruckman agreed.

21.Mark Hutchings 2018 (West Coast)

Hutchings was selected by the St Kilda Football Club with the 20th pick in the 2009 Rookie Draft. However, he was delisted by St Kilda at the end of the 2010 season, without playing a senior match for the club. He returned to Perth and after two good years in the WAFL West Coast selected him with pick 60 in the 2012 draft. Debut in 2013, he has currently played 95 games.

22. Jamie Cripps 2018 (West Coast)
Played 16 games over two years for the Saints before returning to W.A. for draft picks. Saints didn't do due diligence before drafting as Cripps is a diabetic.
 
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21 St. Kilda players leaving to play in a premiership.


01.Jack Purse - 1900 (Melbourne)
Played 1 game for the Saints in 1898 before transferring to Melbourne in 1900. He would play another 109 games.

02.Vernon Hazel - 1911 (Essendon)
Hazel was recruited from Coburg and in one and a half seasons at St Kilda managed just three appearances. During 1910 he crossed to Melbourne for four games. The following season he joined his third club, Essendon. He played 12 games including a premiership.

03.George McLeod - 1911, 1912 (Essendon)
He played 21 games between 1897 and 1903 before departing for Queenstown, Tasmania. Returning to Victoria and Essendon in 1910 he played another 56 games.

04.Ted Brown - 1914-15 (Carlton)
Brown, who was raised in Ballarat was recruited to St Kilda from Caulfield. He played 4 games but couldn't establish a place in the St Kilda team and left after a year. He returned to the league in 1914 and join Carlton. At his new club he would play 95 games

05.Norm Turnbull - 1921 (Richmond)
Turnbull was born in Richmond and was recruited by with St Kilda. He played 38 game stint in 1914-15 and from 1918 to 1920. In 1921 he effectively returned home when he crossed to reigning VFL premier Richmond, and promptly had a major effect on the club's retaining its title.

06.Harry Moyes - 1926 (Melbourne)
Moyes started his league career in 1915 with St Kilda. Due to the war he didn't return to the club until 1919. He would play 61 games with the Saints. In 1925 he crossed to Melbourne to play with his mate Bill Tymms and played 45 games.

07.Bill Tymms - 1926 (Melbourne)
Tymms started his career at St Kilda, where he spent two seasons for 8 games. He played for Prahran in 1924, then made his way to Melbourne in 1925 where he played with his good friend Harry Moyes. 91 games for the Demons and represented the VFL five times during his career.

08.Frank Roberts - 1939-40 (Melbourne)
Recruited from Sandhurst, he spent two season and 27 games as a Saint. He returned to Sandhurst in 1935 before Melbourne lured him back to the city. He played 86 games as a Demon.

09.Stephen Rae 1973 (Richmond)
Aged just 17 when he debuted for St Kilda in 1969, Rae was a half forward and played 55 games in the Saints. Constant tension with Coach Allan Jeans made him demand to be traded to Richmond in 1973 to play with friend Ian Stewart .Played another 20 games before persistent injuries to his knees and hands caused his retirement.

10.Ian Stewart 1973 (Richmond)
After 127 games with the Saints, Stewart had a falling out with Coach Allan Jeans and was swapped with Richmond’s Billy Barrot in 1971. Barrot played twice for the Saints whereas Stewart won his third Brownlow and 78 games..

11.Mick Malthouse 1980 (Richmond)
Played 53 games for the Saints until being told by then-coach Allan Jeans that he would struggle to get a game in the senior side due to a surfeit of similar-skilled players, he departed for Richmond midway through the 1976 season. He would play 121 games as a tiger.

12.Val Perovic 1981, 1982 (Carlton)
Played 77 games when he had a falling out with the club president (Lindsay Fox) who told all country based players to move to Melbourne. Was part of a trade for Alex Jesaulenko. Played 97 games for Carlton.

13.Russell Green 1983, 1986, 1988 (Hawthorn)
Made his debut as a 16 year old he played 120 games in seven seasons was traded at age of 22, he was swapped mid season for Mark Scott and Tony King. Few in the crowd knew of the trade before he lined up at the Hawks. 184 games for the Hawks in nine seasons.

14.Paul Harding 1992 (West Coast Eagles)
The former Hawk tried to stay in W.A. but lost a court case and spent 2 seasons and 11 games at Hawthorn. Traded to the Saints he played 62 games in 3 years. The West Coast need a Ruckman and the Saints traded Harding for a first round pick (Rob Malone 0 games) who was wanting to return to Western Australia.

15.Dean Rice 1995 (Carlton)
Delisted by the Saints after 116 games in seven years for doing his knee the second time in 1993, picked by Carlton in the preseason draft and played another 118 games.

16.Darryl Wakelin 2004 (Port Adelaide)
Played 115 games for the Saints before being put up for trade as the Saints decided on a youth policy. He was part of a 3 way trade that included Aaron Hamill. He would play 146 games for Port Adelaide.

17.Barry Hall 2005 (Sydney)
Played 88 games and twice won the club’s goalkicking, The rise of Reiwoldt, Koschitzke and the recruitment of Fraser Gehrig put pressure on the salary cap. After Tony Lockett retired, Sydney was in the hunt for a big name forward and offered big money to Hall to become a Swan. He played 162 games for the Swans and another 39 for the Bulldogs.

18.Brent Guerra 2008, 2013 (Hawthorn)
Came to the Saints after being traded by Port Adelaide with whom he played 65 games. The Saints had two attacking half forwards but decided to keep Stephen Milne. Delisted from the Saints after 31 games, he was offered a lifeline from Hawks coach Alistair Clarkson who knew him from his time at Port Adelaide. He played as a defender during his 159 games.

19.Luke Ball 2010 (Collingwood)
Played 142 games after being selection 2 draftee in the 2001 draft. Had a falling out with Coach Ross Lyon after he was remained on the bench during the 2009 Grand Final the saints narrowly lost. He walk out and was selected by Collingwood and played 82 games before retiring.

20.Ben McEvoy 2014 (Hawthorn)
Played 93 games in 6 seasons before the Saints offered him as a trade for 2 first round picks and Shane Savage in the 2013 Draft. The Hawks in need for a ruckman agreed.

21.Mark Hutchings 2018 (West Coast)

Hutchings was selected by the St Kilda Football Club with the 20th pick in the 2009 Rookie Draft. However, he was delisted by St Kilda at the end of the 2010 season, without playing a senior match for the club. He returned to Perth and after two good years in the WAFL West Coast selected him with pick 60 in the 2012 draft. Debut in 2013, he has currently played 95 games.
+ Jamie Cripps 2018 (West Coast).
 

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I'm glad you clear that up. I never understood why 19 (Franklyn comp) ended up elsewhere. now i know.

24 was Billy Hartung 59 was Jon Ceglar rookie elevation
Know this is tongue and cheek, but it was probably due to limited list spots or the list manager wanted to have spare list spots.
 

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20.Ben McEvoy 2014 (Hawthorn)
Played 93 games in 6 seasons before the Saints offered him as a trade for 2 first round picks and Shane Savage in the 2013 Draft. The Hawks in need for a ruckman agreed.
A little off-topic but this sounds like a great trade by St. Kilda, just wanting to know who they drafted with those 2 first round picks? Savage has been good for them.
 

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A little off-topic but this sounds like a great trade by St. Kilda, just wanting to know who they drafted with those 2 first round picks? Savage has been good for them.
18 & Savage for McEvoy with a follow up trade of 19 for 24 & 59 (18 Luke Dunstan)

18, 19 & Savage for McEvoy, 24 & 59 (19 Blake Acres)

basically 1 1st rounder & Savage with a slight downgrade
 
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22 St. Kilda players leaving to play in a premiership.


01.Jack Purse - 1900 (Melbourne)
Played 1 game for the Saints in 1898 before transferring to Melbourne in 1900. He would play another 109 games.

02.Vernon Hazel - 1911 (Essendon)
Hazel was recruited from Coburg and in one and a half seasons at St Kilda managed just three appearances. During 1910 he crossed to Melbourne for four games. The following season he joined his third club, Essendon. He played 12 games including a premiership.

03.George McLeod - 1911, 1912 (Essendon)
He played 21 games between 1897 and 1903 before departing for Queenstown, Tasmania. Returning to Victoria and Essendon in 1910 he played another 56 games.

04.Ted Brown - 1914-15 (Carlton)
Brown, who was raised in Ballarat was recruited to St Kilda from Caulfield. He played 4 games but couldn't establish a place in the St Kilda team and left after a year. He returned to the league in 1914 and join Carlton. At his new club he would play 95 games

05.Norm Turnbull - 1921 (Richmond)
Turnbull was born in Richmond and was recruited by with St Kilda. He played 38 game stint in 1914-15 and from 1918 to 1920. In 1921 he effectively returned home when he crossed to reigning VFL premier Richmond, and promptly had a major effect on the club's retaining its title.

06.Harry Moyes - 1926 (Melbourne)
Moyes started his league career in 1915 with St Kilda. Due to the war he didn't return to the club until 1919. He would play 61 games with the Saints. In 1925 he crossed to Melbourne to play with his mate Bill Tymms and played 45 games.

07.Bill Tymms - 1926 (Melbourne)
Tymms started his career at St Kilda, where he spent two seasons for 8 games. He played for Prahran in 1924, then made his way to Melbourne in 1925 where he played with his good friend Harry Moyes. 91 games for the Demons and represented the VFL five times during his career.

08.Frank Roberts - 1939-40 (Melbourne)
Recruited from Sandhurst, he spent two season and 27 games as a Saint. He returned to Sandhurst in 1935 before Melbourne lured him back to the city. He played 86 games as a Demon.

09.Stephen Rae 1973 (Richmond)
Aged just 17 when he debuted for St Kilda in 1969, Rae was a half forward and played 55 games in the Saints. Constant tension with Coach Allan Jeans made him demand to be traded to Richmond in 1973 to play with friend Ian Stewart .Played another 20 games before persistent injuries to his knees and hands caused his retirement.

10.Ian Stewart 1973 (Richmond)
After 127 games with the Saints, Stewart had a falling out with Coach Allan Jeans and was swapped with Richmond’s Billy Barrot in 1971. Barrot played twice for the Saints whereas Stewart won his third Brownlow and 78 games..

11.Mick Malthouse 1980 (Richmond)
Played 53 games for the Saints until being told by then-coach Allan Jeans that he would struggle to get a game in the senior side due to a surfeit of similar-skilled players, he departed for Richmond midway through the 1976 season. He would play 121 games as a tiger.

12.Val Perovic 1981, 1982 (Carlton)
Played 77 games when he had a falling out with the club president (Lindsay Fox) who told all country based players to move to Melbourne. Was part of a trade for Alex Jesaulenko. Played 97 games for Carlton.

13.Russell Green 1983, 1986, 1988 (Hawthorn)
Made his debut as a 16 year old he played 120 games in seven seasons was traded at age of 22, he was swapped mid season for Mark Scott and Tony King. Few in the crowd knew of the trade before he lined up at the Hawks. 184 games for the Hawks in nine seasons.

14.Paul Harding 1992 (West Coast Eagles)
The former Hawk tried to stay in W.A. but lost a court case and spent 2 seasons and 11 games at Hawthorn. Traded to the Saints he played 62 games in 3 years. The West Coast need a Ruckman and the Saints traded Harding for a first round pick (Rob Malone 0 games) who was wanting to return to Western Australia.

15.Dean Rice 1995 (Carlton)
Delisted by the Saints after 116 games in seven years for doing his knee the second time in 1993, picked by Carlton in the preseason draft and played another 118 games.

16.Darryl Wakelin 2004 (Port Adelaide)
Played 115 games for the Saints before being put up for trade as the Saints decided on a youth policy. He was part of a 3 way trade that included Aaron Hamill. He would play 146 games for Port Adelaide.

17.Barry Hall 2005 (Sydney)
Played 88 games and twice won the club’s goalkicking, The rise of Reiwoldt, Koschitzke and the recruitment of Fraser Gehrig put pressure on the salary cap. After Tony Lockett retired, Sydney was in the hunt for a big name forward and offered big money to Hall to become a Swan. He played 162 games for the Swans and another 39 for the Bulldogs.

18.Brent Guerra 2008, 2013 (Hawthorn)
Came to the Saints after being traded by Port Adelaide with whom he played 65 games. The Saints had two attacking half forwards but decided to keep Stephen Milne. Delisted from the Saints after 31 games, he was offered a lifeline from Hawks coach Alistair Clarkson who knew him from his time at Port Adelaide. He played as a defender during his 159 games.

19.Luke Ball 2010 (Collingwood)
Played 142 games after being selection 2 draftee in the 2001 draft. Had a falling out with Coach Ross Lyon after he was remained on the bench during the 2009 Grand Final the saints narrowly lost. He walk out and was selected by Collingwood and played 82 games before retiring.

20.Ben McEvoy 2014 (Hawthorn)
Played 93 games in 6 seasons before the Saints offered him as a trade for a first round pick and Shane Savage in the 2013 Draft. The Hawks in need for a ruckman agreed.

21.Mark Hutchings 2018 (West Coast)

Hutchings was selected by the St Kilda Football Club with the 20th pick in the 2009 Rookie Draft. However, he was delisted by St Kilda at the end of the 2010 season, without playing a senior match for the club. He returned to Perth and after two good years in the WAFL West Coast selected him with pick 60 in the 2012 draft. Debut in 2013, he has currently played 95 games.

22. Jamie Cripps 2018 (West Coast)
Played 16 games over two years for the Saints before returning to W.A. for draft picks. Saints didn't do due diligence before drafting as Cripps is a diabetic.
And we even have a coach to go with that side in Allan Jeans.....Although, to be fair, he did also coach the Saints to their only flag.
 
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I can’t believe we didn’t draft someone with pick 59. These days were drafting new talent with picks in the 80s
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