- Dec 17, 2008
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- The Mayblooms
Luke Hodge's eldest is more into basketball, so far. Bigger worry is them settling in Brisbane for good and any Hodge F/S going into the Lions academy. Yikes.
Jordan and Lucy Lewis have twin boys about 2 or 3 years younger than Fred.
Just out of interest, this article gives a bit on information about Mark Williams and his post-AFL days, including coaching an inaugural team to a premeirship in 2016
This is good news.Interesting what a season off footy does. Changes the mindset so to speak
Nate Dear (Paul's son) has had a brilliant year at beaumaris. Playing a year above where he should be playing (under 15's) all things going well should be a father son choice in a couple of years
While we have had a rolling Father Son thread on the board, we've not done a very good job of cataloguing just who is available as a Father Son pick up (if they're good enough) in any given year, and so this thread will aim to give a quick overview of all the future possible father/sons.
Obviously as we get more names, we can add them to the below.
So if you know of any that need to be added, and the year they will be eligible please post and we can add them to the list.
There are plenty of unknown sons of David Hale, Luke McCabe, Mark Williams, Rick Ladson, Richie Vandenberg etc... If they’ve played 100 games for the HFC and they have a son we want to know their name.
2019 - Finn Maginness
2020 - Louis Thompson
2021 - Nate Dear
2023 - Calsher Dear, Ned Maginness
2024 - Ky Burgoyne**, Charlie Crawford
2026 - Cooper Hodge, Benjamin Crawford
2027 - Percy Burgoyne**
2028 - Smith Mitchell
2029 - Jack Crawford, Harry Crawford
2030 - Chase Hodge
2033 - Freddy Lewis
2034 - Phoenix Croad, Kobe Williams
2035 - Angus McEvoy, Boston Brown, Ollie Lewis, Hughie Lewis
2038 - Tanner Hodge, Sonny Frawley, Will Roughead
**Eligible for Port Adelaide also.