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Hawthorn vs North Melbourne: AFL live scores

2nd June, 2012

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Hawthorn vs. North Melbourne

Aurora Stadium
2012 AFL Premiership Season June 2, 2012
Hawthorn won by 115 points
Hawthorn North Melbourne
 Goal Behinds Points Goal Behinds Points
Q15232   4125
Q212577   6440
Q32010130   7446
Q42712174   9559


B: Brent Guerra, Josh Gibson, Shaun Burgoyne
HB: Grant Birchall, Ryan Schoenmakers, Benjamin Stratton
C: Jordan Lewis, Sam Mitchell, Clinton Young
HF: Isaac Smith, Lance Franklin, Shane Savage
F: Cyril Rioli, Jarryd Roughead, Brendan Whitecross
Foll: David Hale, Brad Sewell, Liam Shiels
I/C: Luke Breust, Matt Suckling, Paul Puopolo, Bradley Hill

Emg: Stephen Gilham, Jack Gunston, Broc McCauley

In: Bradley Hill
Out: Stephen Gilham

Milestones: Liam Shiels – 50 games

North Melbourne

B: Cameron Delaney, Scott Thompson, Luke Delaney
HB: Shaun Atley, Michael Firrito, Nathan Grima
C: Daniel Wells, Andrew Swallow, Samuel Wright
HF: Ryan Bastinac, Aaron Edwards, Leigh Adams
F: Aaron Black, Drew Petrie, Kieran Harper
Foll: Todd Goldstein, Jack Ziebell, Brent Harvey
I/C: Levi Greenwood, Cruize Garlett, Ben Cunnington, Jamie Macmillan

Emg: Lindsay Thomas, Matt Campbell, Aaron Mullett

Milestones: Lindsay Thomas – 100 games

First Bounce: 2.10pm AEST
Venue: Aurora Stadium, Launceston
Last time: Hawthorn 15.13 (103) d North Melbourne 13.8 (86)
Betting: $1.23 Hawthorn, $4.20 North Melbourne
TV: Fox Sports 1 (Live)
2nd June, 2012
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Hawthorn meet North Melbourne in what is surely a must-win game for both clubs. We’ll have live scores from 2.10pm AEST.

The Aurora Stadium clash pits the two part-time Tasmanian teams together for the first time since the Kangaroos commenced playing games in Hobart.

However, the real tension will surround the implications for each team’s September aspirations.

The Hawks will go into the game fired up after a disappointing effort against Richmond last week.

They went down to the Tigers in an upset 62-point loss. It was clearly a day to forget: five Richmond players had 27 touches or more, no Hawthorn players did.

The club are now sitting in eighth place with five wins and four losses.

The Roos, meanwhile, face a huge test in terms of their ability to make the finals.

After a horror loss to Port Adelaide two weeks ago, they bounced back last week against the Brisbane Lions, winning by 16 points. The Lions worryingly kicked nine of the last 11 goals of the match.

Todd Goldstein was the individual standout with 28 touches and 47 hitouts.


North are now in 11th place with four wins to their name. Another loss could potentially be a fatal blow.

This game will also serve as another opportunity for the club to prove it can indeed take the “big scalps”, something it has failed to do in the past prior to beating Geelong earlier this season.

Hawthorn are the only team making a change, with Bradley Hill coming in for Stephen Gilham.