MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 27: Sam Mitchell and Luke Hodge of the Hawks celebrate with the Premeirship Cup during the 2014 AFL Grand Final match between the Sydney Swans and the Hawthorn Hawks at Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 27, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

One thing that is particularly wonderful about sport, and AFL in particular, is being able to poke fun at your mates over how terrible their team has been over a sustained period of time. 

When you’re team is winning, you can pretty much say anything you want, looking down on your mates in disgust over their team’s performances. (Cue all Richmond fans for at least the next six months). 

After winning last year’s premiership, the Tigers took their win rate to 58.6% (or 68 wins) over the last five years, enough to see them sit fifth on the ladder of total wins in that time. 

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Unsurprisingly, Hawthorn and Sydney sit out on top, however there might be a few teams that sit higher than you may’ve thought. 

Here’s the full ladder of how all 18 teams have fared: 

1. Hawthorn – 88 
2. Sydney – 85 
3. Geelong – 81 
4. Adelaide – 69 
5. Richmond – 68 
6. West Coast – 67 
7. Port Adelaide – 65 
8. Fremantle – 64 
Eq. 9. Western Bulldogs – 59 
Eq. 9. North Melbourne – 59 
11. Collingwood – 53 
12. Greater Western Sydney – 50 
13. Essendon – 47 
14. St Kilda – 38 
15. Carlton – 36 
16. Melbourne – 35 
17. Gold Coast – 34 
18. Brisbane – 29

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