Hawthorn returns to the Saturday afternoon stage this weekend, as the brown and gold prepare to do battle with St Kilda under the roof at Marvel Stadium.

The Hawks are looking to back up their comprehensive 116-point victory over the Eagles in Launceston from a week ago, where Mitch Lewis bagged a career-high six goals.

Hawthorn will proudly wear its latest iteration of its Indigenous Guernsey for the second week of Sir Doug Nicholls Round, designed by proud Yorta Yorta man and dashing defender Jarman Impey.


A player to watch ahead of Saturday is goal machine Luke Breust, with the veteran forward just four majors away from 500 career goals.


WHO: St Kilda v Hawthorn 
WHAT: Round 11
WHEN: Saturday 27 May 
TIME: 1.45pm
WHERE: Marvel Stadium 
BROADCAST: Foxtel and Kayo 

How to watch

Tickets for the game are available to purchase HERE

For those wanting to follow along at home, the game will be broadcast live on Foxtel and Kayo, and click here for more information about the game.

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The club also recently launched its 'Hawks On Demand' membership, giving members the opportunity to watch every Hawks game of every round live or on-demand via Kayo Sports.

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Last time we met 

St Kilda (75) defeated Hawthorn (63) - Round 20, 2022

St Kilda hung on to secure a much-needed 12-point victory against a fast-finishing Hawthorn.

The Saints looked to be on their way to a comfortable win after booting seven unanswered goals between the first and third terms which helped open up a game-high 44-point lead.

However, the Hawks had other plans, kicking eight of the last ten goals (including the final five) to create a grandstand finish but ultimately, St Kilda was able to stay resolute and come away with their 11th win of the season.

First-year Hawk Josh Ward was a shining light, gathering 26 disposals and laying give tackles. While Jai Newcombe bobbed up in front of goal with two majors, in addition to his 21 possessions.

Our last game   

Hawthorn (142) defeated West Coast Eagles (26)

Hawthorn served West Coast a 116-point thrashing at UTAS Stadium last Sunday.

The injury-hit Eagles didn't score a goal in the second half on Sunday afternoon in the battle of the bottom two teams, as the Hawks ran riot with Mitch Lewis kicking a career-high six goals. 

Hawthorn set the tone early, opening a 43-12 lead at the first break on the back of winning the inside 50s 19-5. 

The 22.10 (142) to 4.2 (26) result left the Eagles at the foot of the ladder with just one win for the season and a percentage of 55, after Hawthorn piled on 11 unanswered second-half goals for its second victory of the season.

Luke Breust kicked three for the match, while Josh Weddle, Cam Mackenzie, Jacob Koschitzke and Tyler Brockman got doubles and five others notched a goal. 

James Sicily and Conor Nash (both 30 disposals) were heavily involved for the Hawks.