Posts Tagged "Hawthorn Hawks"

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.

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

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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.

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

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

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

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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.

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

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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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If we set aside the VFL as ancient history and analyse just the start of the AFL from 1990, we see the following premiership tallies.

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We thought we had seen the last of Luke Hodge, but we may have been wrong, with reports suggesting he is considering coming out of retirement to play for the Gold Coast Suns.

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Hawthorn missed the finals in 2017 for the first time in eight years. Was it just a blip on the radar, or the start of a downturn?

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The wagon fell apart very quickly for Hawthorn in 2017, although a very strong second half of the season has many penciling them in for a return to the top eight next season.

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After looking at who will likely be the next captains of Geelong, Gold Coast, and GWS, today we’re assessing likely future skippers of Hawthorn, Melbourne, and North Melbourne.

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If only they didn’t have to play Gold Coast twice, things could have been so different for the Hawks.

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The Hawthorn Hawks and Western Bulldogs meet at Etihad in the final round of the home-and-away season, in a game with little meaning for one team in terms of ladder position, yet huge implications for the other. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7:40pm (AEST).

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It is a night for nostalgia and celebration, with a sprinkle of finals football potential thrown in for good measure. A huge crowd is expected, and a giant TV audience assured. Peculiarities abound, and here’s the forecast.

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The big players of last October are out their first round pick, but there is no reason for the Hawks to fret as the season winds down for ten of the league’s teams. Hawthorn’s needs are limited, and there are ample avenues to fill them.

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Carlton have shattered Hawthorn’s September dream, ending their season as they defeated the Hawks by 7 points in a blistering contest at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night.

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Match result: Carlton have shattered Hawthorn’s September dream, ending their season as they defeated the Hawks by 7 points in a blistering contest at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night.

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