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2014 Review: Ben McEvoy

When Ben McEvoy arrived at Hawthorn via the 2013 trade period, the ruckman labeled it as an exciting opportunity to play finals and achieve success but that almost didn’t eventuate.

12:15pm  Oct 21, 2014

From crocs to fans, the cups hit Darwin

The Premiership Cup Tour kicked off in Brisbane and Darwin last weekend seeing thousands of Hawks members and supporters flock to open events.

11:15am  Oct 21, 2014

2014 Review: Jonathan Simpkin

After playing in two premierships in two weeks last year, Jonathan Simpkin was the unlucky Hawk to miss out on this year’s triumph.

4:45pm  Oct 20, 2014

Latest HawksTV

The Season's Best: the marks

9:02am  Oct 21, 2014

Season Review: McEvoy

3:43pm  Oct 20, 2014

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