Hawthorn Hawks

Hawthorn HawksDepspite not entering the league until 1925 the Hawthorn Hawks have created one of the strongest histories of success in the AFL. They are best known in the modern era for winning four premierships in the 1980s, while also claiming three consecutive premierships between 2013 and 2015.

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Hawthorn looked set for a stunning freefall after losing five of their first six games in heavy fashion, but they proved competitive for the rest of the season. The Hawks did well to finish with ten wins, but they still missed finals for the first time since 2009.

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Senior coach: Alastair Clarkson
Captain: Jarryd Roughead
2017 finish: 12th
2017 best and fairest: Tom Mitchell
2017 leading goalkicker: Jarryd Roughead (38)
Premierships: 1961, 1971, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015

2017 Team List
Jarryd Roughead, Tom Mitchell, Billy Hartung, Ryan Burton, Josh Gibson, Ben McEvoy, Taylor Duryea, Shaun Burgoyne, Jaeger O’Meara, Brendan Whitecross, James Frawley, Jonathan O’Rouke, Grant Birchall, Luke Hodge, Isaac Smith, Daniel Howe, Jonathon Ceglar, Jack Gunston, Dallas Willsmore, James Sicily, Luke Breust, Tim O’Brien, Ben Stratton, Ryan Schoenmakers, Liam Shiels, Ty Vickery, Paul Puopolo, Will Langford, Kaiden Brand, Ricky Henderson, Daniel Fitzpatrick, Cyril Rioli, Kurt Heatherly, Harry Morrison, Kieran Lovell, Blake Hardwick, Luke Surnam, Kade Stewart, Oliver Hanrahan, Teia Miles, Marc Pittonet, Luke Surman, Conor Glass, Conor Nash, James Cousins

Tom Mitchell Hawthorn Hawks AFL 2017

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Last updated: 9 November, 2017

Hawthorn Hawks Articles

What do the AFL clubs want for Christmas?

What do the AFL clubs want for Christmas?

by , 25 Dec 2017

Christmas Day, the 25th of December every year. Everyone loves the presents and finally crossing things off their wish list. But what would the AFL clubs want for Christmas?

My 2017 players to watch in review: Hawthorn Hawks to North Melbourne Kangaroos

My 2017 players to watch in review: Hawthorn Hawks to North Melbourne Kangaroos

by , 15 Dec 2017

In the 2017 pre-season I picked three players per club to preview for the upcoming season – now I’m looking back at how they did, and grading their performance. Today I’m looking at the Hawthorn Hawks, Melbourne Demons and North Melbourne Kangaroos.

Can the Hawks fly again in 2018?

Can the Hawks fly again in 2018?

by , 1 Nov 2017

Hawthorn are perhaps the hardest side to get a read on for season 2018.

Ex-Hawthorn coaches and players dominate senior coaching ranks

Ex-Hawthorn coaches and players dominate senior coaching ranks

by , 8 Oct 2017

If you support an AFL club, chances are your club’s senior coach has a connection either as a player or a coach with the Hawthorn Hawks.

Why the West Coast Eagles should trade Andrew Gaff

Why the West Coast Eagles should trade Andrew Gaff

by , 5 Oct 2017

On the surface, the West Coast Eagles trading Andrew Gaff might seem like a really bad idea.

Kennett returns as Hawks president in AFL

Kennett returns as Hawks president in AFL

by , 4 Oct 2017

Former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett is back as Hawthorn president, two days after the AFL club sacked chief executive Tracey Gaudry.

Hawthorn set to sack chief executive: reports

Hawthorn set to sack chief executive: reports

by , 2 Oct 2017

Hawthorn have reportedly sacked chief executive Tracey Gaudry, just five months after she was appointed as the first woman to run an AFL club.

Nine of the greatest upsets in AFL-VFL history

Nine of the greatest upsets in AFL-VFL history

by , 24 Sep 2017

Geelong’s recent (and completely unexpected) defeat of Sydney in the 2017 semi-finals got me thinking about the greatest upsets in the history of the VFL/AFL.

Don’t wake the sleeping giant: Hawthorn’s potential off-season moves

Don’t wake the sleeping giant: Hawthorn’s potential off-season moves

by , 20 Sep 2017

Is Hawthorn set to launch an attack? Or is Graham Wright having a quiet off-season this year?

Tasmania: Build a business case, and they will come

Tasmania: Build a business case, and they will come

by , 20 Sep 2017

Tasmanian media has, at various times, been saturated with calls for an AFL team. There is plenty of passion, but not much objective thought.


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