Hawthorn VFLW team 2019 season thread

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The Hawthorn VFLW start their defence of the 2018 premiership with a match at Box Hill City Oval on Sunday morning against NT Thunder. The NT Thunder finished third on the ladder behind Collingwood and Hawthorn last season, and will be keen to get their assault on the premiership under way with a win over the Hawks.

Teams were named last night:

Hawthorn
B: M. Hutchins, T. Radan, J. Sibley
HB: E. Nixon, E. MacDonald, P. Randall
C: E. Gilder, R. Dillon, C. Perera
HF: N. Cormack, C. Dyett, E. Wroe
F: A. Dowler, K. Henderson, A. Sarec
Foll: T. Luke, P. Peschke, R. Beeson
I/C: O. Flanagan, D. Haines, B. Struylaart, A. Tanner
Emg: S. Carroll, C. O'Donnell, K. Scott
23rd: G. Macpherson

NT Thunder
B: M. Rajcic, T. Thorn, A. Stanley
HB: E. Miller, L. Jeffrey, C. Randall
C: L. Roberts, , K. Streader
HF: J. Hickey, A. Chittick, T. Holtze
HF: A. Considine, M. Ellis
R: J. Hewett, A. Foley, M. Johnston
I/C (from): S. Bishop, S. Hoogeveen-Hill, K. Irvine, M. Roberts, K. Rosenzweig, D. Varnhagen
Emg: B. Byers, C. Deegan
23rd: J. Baird
 

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*side note... shouldn't the women's team be in the main Hawks forum since they are "Hawthorn" and not "Box Hill"?
 
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Unfortunately, the defence of the VFLW premiership didn't get off to the best of starts, with the Hawks going down to the Thunder by 22 points (6.13.49 to 4.3.27). The Hawks trailed at every change and simply couldn't keep up with the Thunder. It doesn't get much easier for the Hawks, as they travel to Victoria Park to play Collingwood at 2pm on Saturday, 18 May 2019.

COLLINGWOOD v. HAWTHORN
Round 2 - 18/05/2019
02:00
Victoria Park
Collingwood
B: 75. E. Bliss, 12. S. Livingstone, 22. S. Casey
HB: 52. N. Hales, 18. R. Schleicher, 13. J. Lambert
C: 32. G. Gourlay, 41. K. Stratton, 49. K. Newton
HF: 6. J. Allen, 70. J. Ferguson, 72. K. Lee
F: 24. S. Alexander, 16. K. Lynch, 25. M. Cann
R: 92. S. King, 60. D. Calautti, 63. P. Nash
Int: 48. A. Bild , 50. G. Buchan, 55. C. Bunker, 35. M. Shevlin
Emg: 58. J. Blecher, 23. L. Butler, 59. A. Levin
23P: 51. A. Curley


In: G. Gourlay, A. Curley, S. Alexander, J. Allen, S. Livingstone, M. Shevlin,
K. Lynch, R. Schleicher
Out: E. Browning, B. Bonnici, A. Malander, M. Doherty, S. Mastras


Hawthorn
B: 5. C. Perera, 6. T. Radan, 31. J. Sibley
HB: 11. D. Haines, 25. M. Hutchins, 13. E. Nixon
C: 33. E. Gilder, 14. O. Flanagan, 40. E. Macdonald
HF: 26. C. Dyett, 29. A. Tanner, 35. C. O'Donnell
F: 12. N. Cormack , 22. T. Luke, 2. K. Henderson
R: 20. L. Kelly, 10. P. Peschke, 24. R. Dillon
Int: 4. S. Carroll, 17. A. Dowler, 15. B. Struylaart, 18. E. Wroe
Emg: 32. N. Bjelan, 16. T. Reiter, 30. A. Sarec, 27. K. Scott
23P: 23. G. Macpherson


In: N. Bjelan, T. Reiter, L. Kelly
 
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Round 3 of the VFLW campaign sees the Hawks travel to Bill Lawry Oval in Northcote to take on the winless Darebin Falcons. Neither club has got off to an ideal start so far this campaign, so barring an unlikely draw, one of the two teams will get their first win for the season on the board. First bounce is at 12pm on 25 May.

Darebin Falcons
B: P. Kearney, K. Roe, B. Kennedy
HB: R. Hibbert, G. Colvin, L. Szigeti
C: A. Lister, M. Eastman, S. Simpson
HF: E. Gardner, G. Hammond, M. Wilson
F: C. Byrne, E. McLaughlin, S. David
Foll: L. Pearce, R. Hicks, S. Fairchild
I/C: E. Buckley, E. Honybun, A. Morrow, N. Wolfe
Emg: C. Delbridge, M. Hubbard, S. Normington, M. Suzuki

Hawthorn
B: M. Hutchins, T. Radan, J. Sibley
HB: S. Carroll, P. Peschke, E. Wroe
C: O. Flanagan, J. Van Dyk, C. Perera
HF: N. Cormack, E. Gilder, C. Dyett
F: E. Macdonald, K. Henderson, A. Tanner
Foll: T. Luke, R. Dillon, E. Nixon
I/C: R. Beeson, K. Bentley, C. O'Donnell, P. Randall
Emg: no emergencies selected
 
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The Hawks posted a significant 42-point win over the Darebin Falcons last weekend to finally get their premiership defence under way and they'll be looking to record consecutive wins when the Hawks host the Seagulls as the curtain raiser to the VFL match later tomorrow at Box Hill City Oval. The Hawks welcome back premiership player Phoebe Williams for her first game of the season after being unavailable for selection in the first three rounds.

First bounce is at 11.30am tomorrow.

The selected teams:

Hawthorn Hawks
B: P. Randall, C. Perera, J. Sibley
HB: E. Macdonald, D. Haines, T. Radan
C: R. Beeson, K. Bentley, M. Hutchins
HF: C. Dyett, P. McWilliams, O. Flanagan
F: T. Luke, E. Gilder, S. Perkins
Foll: A. Tanner, S. Carroll, R. Dillon
I/C: N. Cormack, K. Henderson, P. Peschke, L. Wotton
Emg: A. Dowler, L. Kelly, C. O'Donnell, E. Wroe

Williamstown Seagulls
B: J. Reid, S. Seabrook, J. Thomson
HB: A. Melnikas, D. Pederson, N. Wallace
C: A. Shannon, G. Anderson, L. Suleiman
HF: M. Hope, S. Barbas, S. Whiting
F: E. Crawford, J. Paten, E. Gardner
Foll: R. Achampong, E. Meade, M. Williamson
I/C: S. Dixon, M. Lowe, E. McGrath, E. Straford
Emg: J. Cranny, I. Porter, K. Smith
 
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The Hawks made it two wins on the trot after defeating the Seagulls by nine points (4.11.35 to 4.2.26) at Box Hill City Oval in the curtain raiser to the VFL game later that afternoon. Beeson (2), Hutchins and Perkins kicked the goals for the Hawks, while Whiting (2), Hope and Crawford kicked the goals for the Seagulls.

The two consecutive wins have seen the Hawks climb into eighth position on the VFLW ladder, a game (and significant percentage) off top spot, currently held by the Bulldogs with three wins from three games and a percentage of 293.94% (compared to Hawthorn's 100.68%).

The Hawks have the bye in round 5 and won't play again until they take on arch-rivals Essendon at 11.30am on 15 June 2019 at Windy Hill.
 

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