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GWS Giants vs Hawthorn Hawks: AFL live scores

3rd July, 2022
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GWS Giants

72

Match Complete

Hawthorn

50

28
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GWS Giants

72

Match Complete

Hawthorn

50

Fourth Quarter
28:25M. Lewis
26:53L. Shiels
Rushed25:41
L. Ash19:26
C. M. Brown16:49
Rushed14:08
J. Hogan6:17
C. M. Brown2:58
30:22D. Moore
J. Wehr26:33
21:17L. Breust
C. M. Brown19:25
9:33J. Gunston
C. M. Brown7:43
D. Lloyd28:32
J. Wehr27:02
23:00S. Butler
J. Hogan14:40
12:02J. Sicily
7:05Rushed
C. M. Brown4:17
3:19Rushed
2:18T. Mitchell
30:10J. Koschitzke
28:52W. Day
J. Hogan23:55
22:04J. Newcombe
20:21H. Morrison
C. Ward16:04
13:41C. Macdonald
J. Hogan8:31
T. Bruhn3:26

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Having lost consecutive games for the first time under Mark McVeigh, GWS will be aiming to return to the winners’ list when they host Hawthorn today. Join The Roar for live scores and rolling coverage from 3:20pm (AEST).

The Giants have become one of the most watchable teams in the game since McVeigh took over from Leon Cameron, but that hasn’t stopped them suffering consecutive defeats to finals hopefuls the Western Bulldogs and Collingwood.

Despite four goals from Jesse Hogan, the Giants simply couldn’t cope with the Magpies’ midfield dominance last week, with only a deadly accurate 12.5 scoreline keeping the margin as close as 11 points.

Ruckman Matt Flynn makes a welcome return from illness, but number one man Braydon Preuss hasn’t overcome his ankle injury yet.

The Hawks have made great strides under Sam Mitchell, and are clearly a better side than their 4-10 win-loss record.

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They have claimed victories over top-four contenders Geelong and Brisbane this year, while losing narrowly to Melbourne, Carlton, Collingwood and Fremantle. Indeed, their 42-point loss to the Bulldogs last week was one of their few big defeats for the year.

Spearhead Jack Gunston is a welcome inclusion after being sidelined with an ankle problem, while Mitchell has made a big statement at the selection table, dropping veteran – and triple-premiership teammate – Liam Shiels.

Game information

Opening bounce: 3:20pm (AEST)
Venue: Giants Stadium, Sydney
TV: Fox Footy, Channel 7
Live streamKayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go
Betting: Giants $1.48, Hawks $2.70 (odds via PlayUp)

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GWS

B: A. Kennedy, S. Taylor, I. Cumming

HB: L. Whitfield, P. Davis, C. Idun

C: T. Bruhn, T. Green, X. O’Halloran

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HF: T. Taranto, H. Himmelberg, J. Wehr

F: D. Lloyd, J. Hogan, T. Greene (c)

FOLL: M. Flynn, J. Kelly (c), S. Coniglio (c)

I/C: L. Ash, C. Ward, N. Haynes, L. Keeffe

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EMG: J. Riccardi, Z. Sproule, W. Derksen, C. Brown

IN: Flynn

OUT: Riccardi

Hawthorn

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B: J. Blanck, J. Scrimshaw, W. Day

HB: J. Impey, J. Sicily (c), B. Hardwick

C: C. Jiath, J. Worpel, L. Bramble

HF: L. Breust, M. Lewis, D. Moore

F: J. Koschitzke, J. Gunston, C. Macdonald

FOLL: N. Reeves, J. Newcombe, J. O’Meara

I/C: H. Morrison, T. Mitchell, C. Nash, S. Butler

EMG: L. Shiels, K. Hartigan, F. Maginness, J. Morris

IN: Gunston, Day

OUT: Howe, Shiels

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