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Hawthorn Hawks vs Western Bulldogs: AFL live scores

14th August, 2021
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Hawthorn

64

Match Complete

Western Bulldogs

37

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14th August, 2021
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Hawthorn

64

Match Complete

Western Bulldogs

37

Fourth Quarter
22:59C. Weightman
T. Mitchell15:10
J. Ceglar8:52
D. Howe5:49
J. Koschitzke0:45
J. Koschitzke29:07
J. Koschitzke26:04
C. Wingard22:31
M. Lewis15:30
T. Mitchell13:37
10:54R. Garcia
8:30C. Weightman
6:48A. Naughton
5:25T. English
2:04A. Naughton
T. Phillips26:31
O. Hanrahan21:33
19:28M. Hannan
Rushed18:31
L. Bramble11:52
M. Lewis10:17
Rushed8:21
5:56J. Johannisen
T. Brockman4:23
B. McEvoy2:15
26:02Rushed
17:15C. Weightman
B. McEvoy10:48
6:52L. Vandermeer
D. Howe4:34
2:21L. Young

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Not for the first time this week, the football public’s eyes will be on Tasmania as the Hawthorn Hawks host the second-placed Western Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon. Follow along with live scores on The Roar from 1:45pm (AEST).

The reception this match receives from Tasmanian footy fans will be an interesting sub-plot to this game between a premiership contender and a rebuilding outfit in the Hawks. Given Premier Peter Gutwein’s staunch refusal to further engage AFL clubs without a standalone team of their own, the league’s reveal of a report into a team in the Apple Isle has come in for criticism.

On-field, though, the Bulldogs will begin life without leading goalkicker Josh Bruce, who suffered a season-ending knee injury in the dying seconds of their loss to the Bombers. Sitting second, but equal on points with the fourth-placed Port Adelaide, the Dogs need to use the last fortnight of the home-and-away season to settle on a forward line structure that can hold up in the finals.

Meanwhile, the Alastair Clarkson swansong continues at the Hawks, who have improved enough since their bye to be now all but assured of avoiding the wooden spoon. A handy win over Collingwood last week confirmed that incoming coach Sam Mitchell has plenty to work with in coming years.

The Dogs have rung the changes for this trip south, with Bruce joined on the sidelines by the rested Jamarra Ugle-Hagan and another injury in defender Josh Schache, among five outs. The ins include exciting goalsneak Cody Weightman and, most importantly of all, key defender Alex Keath.

Game information

Opening bounce: 1:45pm (AEST)
Venue: University of Tasmania Stadium
TV: Fox Footy
Live stream: Kayo Sports, Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go
Betting: Hawks $3.90, Bulldogs $1.25 (odds via PlayUp)

Teams

Hawthorn Hawks
B: 23 Tim O’Brien, 28 Kyle Hartigan, 8 Sam Frost
HB: 17 Daniel Howe, 14 Jack Scrimshaw, 15 Blake Hardwick
C: 26 Liam Shiels, 10 Jaeger O’Meara, 16 Lachlan Bramble
HF: 13 Oliver Hanrahan, 2 Mitch Lewis, 11 Conor Nash
F: 20 Chad Wingard, 7 Ben McEvoy (c), 34 Jacob Koschitzke
FOLL: 18 Jonathon Ceglar, 3 Tom Mitchell, 1 Harry Morrison
INT: 9 Shaun Burgoyne, 21 Tom Phillips, 42 Tyler Brockman, 44 Jai Newcombe
EMG: 27 Michael Hartley, 35 Josh Morris, 41 Connor Downie, 45 Jackson Callow
IN: Jai Newcombe, Tyler Brockman (R21 medical sub)
OUT: Dylan Moore, James Worpel

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Western Bulldogs
B: 12 Zaine Cordy, 42 Alex Keath, 34 Bailey Williams
HB: 10 Easton Wood, 2 Lewis Young, 31 Bailey Dale
C: 35 Caleb Daniel, 21 Tom Liberatore, 7 Lachie Hunter
HF: 39 Jason Johannisen, 29 Mitch Hannan, 6 Bailey Smith
F: 1 Adam Treloar, 33 Aaron Naughton, 19 Cody Weightman
FOLL: 44 Tim English, 11 Jack Macrae, 4 Marcus Bontempelli (c)
I/C: 5 Josh Dunkley, 15 Taylor Duryea, 23 Laitham Vandermeer, 38 Riley Garcia
EMG: 20 Ed Richards, 24 Buku Khamis, 28 Anthony Scott, 37 Roarke Smith
IN: Alex Keath, Cody Weightman, Laitham Vandermeer, Lewis Young, Mitch Hannan
OUT: Josh Bruce, Josh Schache, Ed Richards, Anthony Scott, Jamarra Ugle-Hagan

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