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Hawthorn Hawks vs North Melbourne Kangaroos: AFL live scores

15th May, 2021
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Hawthorn

80

Match Complete

North Melbourne

87

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15th May, 2021
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Hawthorn

80

Match Complete

North Melbourne

87

Fourth Quarter
29:49C. Zurhaar
L. Breust26:42
25:57T. Thomas
18:57T. Thomas
15:05T. Garner
J. Scrimshaw13:24
J. Cousins8:42
5:50C. Zurhaar
2:02C. Zurhaar
25:35C. Zurhaar
23:11L. Davies-Uniacke
J. Worpel21:19
19:10L. Davies-Uniacke
Rushed17:15
14:59J. Mahony
14:08C. Lazzaro
12:43T. Thomas
9:21T. Garner
8:53T. Campbell
J. Cousins4:25
1:19T. Garner
L. Breust30:09
D. Moore25:29
21:00C. Taylor
18:12N. Larkey
J. Cousins17:02
14:13T. Garner
L. Shiels12:23
T. Phillips9:13
8:06N. Larkey
4:52C. Zurhaar
M. Lewis0:53
J. Koschitzke26:18
J. Koschitzke21:24
C. Wingard20:10
H. Morrison17:50
J. Cousins14:40
13:25T. Goldstein
D. Moore12:50
C. Wingard10:21
L. Breust3:59
0:43C. Zurhaar

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Two Victorian clubs head to their second home in Tasmania when the Hawthorn Hawks take on the North Melbourne Kangaroos in Launceston. Keep updated with all the action right here at The Roar with live scores from 2:10pm (AEST).

The Kangaroos are still winless for 2021, but this might be their best chance yet at breaking the drought. David Noble’s men have been slowly but steadily improving over the course of the year, last week’s 18-point loss to Collingwood their first under 30 points all season.

History suggests they are unlikely to go through a season without a victory, and the 17th-placed Hawks aren’t going well enough to feel safe heading into this game.

For the Hawks, it’s a case of how far the mighty have fallen. The halcyon days of their 2013-15 premiership threepeat are long gone, with president Jeff Kennett officially announcing their rebuild earlier in the week. Only the Roos have mustered fewer points this season, while North and Essendon are the only sides to have conceded more.

Launceston was a fortress for the Hawks during their glory days, and they did secure a 3-point victory over Adelaide in their only match in the Apple Isle thus far in 2021. Could the trip across Bass Strait be just the tonic for Alastair Clarkson to work his magic?

Game information

Opening bounce: 2:10pm (AEST)
Venue: University of Tasmania Stadium, Launceston
TV: Fox Sports 3 (live)
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go
Betting: Hawks $1.36, Kangaroos $3.15 (odds via PlayUp)

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