It was a tough weekend for the Cats, as the premiership race was put to bed with a nail-biting loss to Hawthorn.
But it was the Cats who won the most, winning seven games to just one in the series.
Cats star Tom Hawkins was among those to be rewarded with the AFL’s Scott Thompson Medal.
Hawkins led the Cats with 13 goals, while he was also named in the Kangaroos squad.
Tom Hawkins was also voted in the AFL Player of the Year.
In another upset, West Coast took a 10-point lead at the time of the Grand Final.
After that, the Suns and Hawks fought it out in the finals for the first two spots in the ladder.
Hawkin, the Hawks’ top-scorer, had 19 goals.
But the Suns went on to win it all with a late winner from the midfielder James Kelly.
Hawking had 24 goals.
Hawkgate won the 2016 Brownlow Medal, and was voted the best midfielder in the game.