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Lloydy’s list: Rise, fall and story of 2016 season

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The 2016 Premiership season is officially finished and Matthew Lloyd has collated a list of the biggest fall and the biggest rise for both individuals and teams.

TEAM:

Biggest jump: St Kilda going from 6 to 12 wins is ‘massive’, according to Lloydy.

Biggest fall: Fremantle, who went from 18 wins last year, to just four wins in 2016.

INDIVIDUAL:

Biggest rise: Max Gawn.

Biggest fall: Travis Cloke and Jake Stringer, who have both spent time playing VFL football.

‘I never thought that would happen,’ Lloyd said.

Biggest off field story: North Melbourne’s decision to move on Brent Harvey, Nick Dal Santo, Drew Petrie and Michael Firrito.

‘I was in shock for 5 minutes in my car thinking ‘Boomer Harvey’s just been sacked’.’

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