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Tegan Cunningham (2022-2023, Games 8)
Known as a forward previously, Cunningham made the number one her own in defence at Hawthorn, showing leadership and grit in a young backline in its first seasons of AFLW. She also demonstrated her versatility with her ability to play up forward and in the ruck. 

Emily Bates (2023-on, Games 10) 
Bates switched from the No. 39 to No. 1 in her second season at the Hawks after wearing the latter for seven seasons at previous club, Brisbane. The midfielder is a five-time club best and fairest, three-time All Australian, league best and fairest winner and premiership player. 
Janet Baird (2022-2023, Games 1)
Baird made history as the first AFLW player to run out in Hawthorn’s number two in Round 9, 2022.

Eliza West (2024-on, Games 0) 
West inherited No. 2 after coming across from Melbourne, where she played 36 games since being recruited in 2021. 
Isabelle Porter (2022, Games 8)
Porter made the famous Hawthorn number her own in the midfield, displaying determination and competitiveness.

Greta Bodey (2023-on, Games 10) 
Bodey aimed to create her own legacy in the No. 3 as a damaging forward. She is a premiership player, All Australian and leading goalkicker who has played over 50 AFLW games across her career for Brisbane and Hawthorn. 
Dominique Carbone (2022, Games 6)
Carbone brought energy to the number four guernsey in her debut season. Coming to the club as a midfielder, she showed willingness to play whatever role the team needed her to play.

Mattea Breed (2023-on, Games 8)
Drafted by the Hawks with Pick 4, it was only fitting that Breed made the number her own in 2023. Starting the year as a forward, Breed was often thrown into the ruck or deployed down back, highlighting her versatility.
Jasmine Fleming (2022-on, Games 19)
The lifelong Hawthorn supporter had an immediate impact in the number five guernsey, winning the club’s Rising Star award in her debut season and finishing third in consecutive club best and fairest counts. 
Zoe Barbakos (2022-2023, Games 7)
Barbakos showed promise as a forward throughout her two seasons at Hawthorn. Her career highlight was when she set Marvel Stadium alight in Hawthorn’s inaugural AFLW game with two magical goals against the archrival, Essendon. 

Hayley McLaughlin (2024-on, Games 0) 
Having worn the No. 6 as a junior, McLaughlin will now carry it through to her debut season with the Hawks. The winger was picked up by the club through the AFLW Expansion Pre-Signing Period off the back of a promising junior career with the Eastern Ranges. 
Aileen Gilroy (2022-on, Games 20)
Gilroy came to the club as a defender but has excelled across all three lines in her first two seasons in brown and gold. Her accolades include consecutive top 10 finishes in the club’s best and fairest counts. 
Tahlia Fellows (2022-on, Games 8)
Fellows was best known for her match-winning performance in her third AFLW game, kicking three goals in Hawthorn’s first AFLW win over Sydney. Winning Most Improved in Hawthorn’s inaugural best and fairest count, her speed has been the main factor of her game across her first two seasons. 
Kate McCarthy (2022, Games 3)
McCarthy was a prolific small forward whose outgoing personality was infectious among Hawthorn’s inaugural AFLW squad.

Charlotte Baskaran (2022-on, Games 20)
Baskaran balanced Year 12 studies while making an impact in her first AFLW season, playing across all three lines and kicking three goals. Her efforts were rewarded in her second season as she was nominated for the AFLW Rising Star award.
Kaitlyn Ashmore (2022-on, Games 19)
One of Hawthorn’s most experienced AFLW players, Ashmore has impressed with her dash on the wing and cameos in defence. She has finished in the top five of Hawthorn’s best and fairest in both her seasons so far in the brown and gold. 
Jenna Richardson (2022-on, Games 15)
Richardson kept the same number that earned her a spot in the 2022 VFLW Team of the Year, carrying that form through to Hawthorn’s AFLW team in defence. Her breakout Season 8 culminated in a runner-up finish in the Hawks’ best and fairest count as well as claiming the inaugural Outstanding Excellence Award.
Louise Stephenson (2022-on, Games 9)
An inaugural Hawthorn AFLW leadership group member, Stephenson has worn the jumper with pride in her first two seasons with the Hawks so far. The defender also wore the No. 12 during her 33 games at GWS prior to joining Hawthorn. 
Aine McDonagh (2022-on, Games 17)
Irish recruit McDonagh has gotten better with each game she has played. The forward became Hawthorn’s all-time leading goalkicker with 10 goals from 10 games in her second season in the brown and gold. She also won the club’s Most Improved Player award.
Charlotte Baskaran (2022-2023, Games 10)
Baskaran balanced Year 12 studies while making an impact in her first AFLW season, playing across all three lines and kicking three goals. Her efforts were rewarded in her second season as she was nominated for the AFLW Rising Star award. Baskaran now wears the No. 9.

Casey Sherriff (2024-on, Games 0) 
Sherriff will look to notch up her 50th AFLW game in the Hawthorn No. 14 after coming across from Melbourne. She will look to impress on the wing after spending time playing in a number of positions with the Demons. 
Bridget Deed (2022-on, Games 6)
Deed made history as Hawthorn’s first ever AFLW recruit, impressing in the midfield across her two seasons so far. 
Ainslie Kemp (2022-on, Games 11)
Classy defender Kemp constantly gives her all in the No. 16, highlighted by taking Hawthorn’s Mark of the Year in her first season at the club.
Mackenzie Eardley (2022-on, Games 16)
Eardley has made her mark as a young key defender in the number 17 across her two seasons so far. 
Tilly Lucas-Rodd (2022-on, Games 20)
Hawthorn’s inaugural AFLW captain and best and fairest winner, Lucas-Rodd has led from the front across their two seasons so far with the Hawks. 
Bridie Hipwell (2022-on, Games 8)
Hipwell has showed immense promise inside 50 throughout her two seasons so far, showing similar attributes to another famous brown and gold No. 19.  

Laura Elliott (2022-on, Games 14)
An emerging defender with sublime aerial ability, Elliott is quickly making the No. 20 her own in Hawks colours.
Sophie Locke (2022-on, Games 17)
Locke made history as Hawthorn’s first AFLW goal kicker, just two weeks after her mother tragically passed away. Wears the No. 21 because it is the date of her Mum’s birthday.
Tamara Luke (2022-2023, Games 9)
An inaugural Hawthorn AFLW leadership group member, Luke took home the AFLW Club Person of the Year Award despite succumbing to an ACL injury in just her second game in the brown and gold. She retired at the end of the 2023 season.

Laura Stone (2024-on, Games 0)
Stone inherits the No. 22 from Tamara Luke after being picked up by the club in the AFLW Expansion Pre-Signing Period. The 18-year-old is a classy midfielder who can also dominate across half-back. 
Sarah Perkins (2022-2023, Games 5)
The lifelong Hawthorn supporter lived out a dream in the famous No. 23. Perkins showed glimpses of the forward she was capable of being during her time at the Hawks. 

Jess Vukic (2024-on, Games 0) 
Vukic begins a new era of the No. 23 at Hawthorn. The ruck/ forward plays with plenty of aggression and is expected to excite Hawks fans in her debut season. 
Tamara Smith (2022-on, Games 19)
Smith is a back-to-back Most Courageous Award winner. Has never been afraid to put her head over the ball during her two seasons so far and is known for her tackling pressure. 
Emily Everist (2022-on, Games 13)
Everist showed promise in defence in her first AFLW season before being utilised on the wing at times during her second season. 

Casey Dumont (2023-on, Games 0) 
Hawthorn’s inaugural AFLW No. 26 wears the number because she has 26 caps at junior and senior level for Australia as a goalkeeper. Now looking to excel at AFLW level, alongside balancing soccer. 
Jess Duffin (2022, Games 10)
Hawthorn’s inaugural AFLW Vice-Captain played almost the entire season while pregnant, finishing as the team’s leading goalkicking and finishing 10th in the club’s best and fairest count.

Mikayla Williamson (2024-on, Games 0) 
Williamson arrived at the club through Pick 16 in the 2023 AFLW Draft. The star midfielder made the Coates Talent League Girls Team of the Year, U18 All Australian team and broke the all-time 2km time trial record before even suiting up for a game with the Hawks. 

Sophie Butterworth (2024-on, Games 0) 
Hawthorn’s first ever AFLW No. 28, Butterworth is an exciting forward who can take a big mark and cause havoc with her lethal left boot. 
Lucy Wales (2022-on, Games 19)
Wales came to the club as an emerging ruck and soon became the club’s number one ruck following an injury to Tamara Luke in Season 7. She has mpressed with her around-the-ground efforts across her two seasons so far, securing back-to-back top 10 finishes in Hawthorn’s best and fairest counts. 
Eliza Shannon (2022, Games 6)
Showed courage in her debut AFLW season in defence.
Akec Makur Chuot (2022-2023, Games 17)
Excelled in a number of positions and kicked Hawthorn’s Goal of the Year in her first season with the Hawks. Makur Chuot was also a fan favourite thanks to her infectious personality.

Kristy Stratton (2023-on, Games 10) 
Stratton impressed both as a forward and a midfielder in her first season as a Hawk. Came across from Box Hill and also spent time with Collingwood’s AFLW team prior to being drafted by Hawthorn in 2023. 
Catherine Brown (2022-2023, Games 16)
Led the competition in rebound 50s in her first AFLW season while also finishing in the top 10 of Hawthorn’s AFLW best and fairest count. Her booming left-foot kick was an impressive feature of her game. Brown’s 2023 season was cut short due to an ACL injury. She retired at the end of the year.