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Sixpence

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Cal Twomey has been pretty staunch in his opinion that Finn will be a Hawk, based on the fact that we won't let someone like Finn get away from us and the fact that he believes the bid on Finn will more than likely come at 15 onward.
I'd be pretty surprised if he was bid on within the top 10. Surely, we'd match any bid after our first pick. I'm confident we'll get him.
 

Manila_Hawk

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HODGEYROAD

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Ash Browne on Hawks Podcast was just saying that “ Ned Maginness “ brother of Finn who is 14 years old, is the better footballer of the 2, and is tracking in line of being a “ Superstar “....
Hopefully he can continue on that trajectory, but a lot can change between the ages of 14 and 18.
 

Pessimistic

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Older footy fans will remember the apocryphal story that most highly rated country recruits always had “ a younger brother on the farm” who was the best of the lot.
Tales of these “bush champions” who stayed on the farm abounded but sadly now seem to be no more.
Still waiting for the youngest langford to arrive
 

Bugs1977

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Older footy fans will remember the apocryphal story that most highly rated country recruits always had “ a younger brother on the farm” who was the best of the lot.
Tales of these “bush champions” who stayed on the farm abounded but sadly now seem to be no more.
Those tractor accidents can be brutal 🤷🏽‍♂️
 

Big Hotdog

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Older footy fans will remember the apocryphal story that most highly rated country recruits always had “ a younger brother on the farm” who was the best of the lot.
Tales of these “bush champions” who stayed on the farm abounded but sadly now seem to be no more.
Young Crawford was a beauty. Still partys like a champ from all reports.
 

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