Hawthorn has made one change for its final game of the year against Geelong this Saturday night at GMHBA Stadium.

Ruck Tamara Luke has been recalled her first match since Round 6, as she prepares to play her final career game alongside Akec Makur Chuot before they both farewell the AFLW.

Luke's selection will see Sophie Locke miss the clash, with the youngster omitted for the Pride Round fixture.

The Hawks will again be wearing their 2023 Pride Guernsey, inspired by Hawthorn duo Tilly Lucas-Rodd and Louise Stephenson.

Hawthorn General Manager of Football Operations Max Bailey was looking forward to ending the season on a high note.

"We have a lot to play for as a club on Saturday night, with every match another opportunity to improve and develop," Bailey said.

"Having Tam and Akec play their final games while celebrating Pride Round will also be a big occasion and we hope to make our members and fans proud.

"We're also excited about the opportunity to face Geelong for the first time and extend the storied rivalry in the men's competition to the AFLW."


Geelong v Hawthorn

Saturday 4 November 

GMHBA Stadium, 5.05pm AEDT 

B: Tamara Smith, Mackenzie Eardley

HB: Aileen Gilroy, Jenna Richardson, Laura Elliott

C: Kaitlyn Ashmore, Jasmine Fleming, Emily Everist

HF: Aine McDonagh, Ainslie Kemp, Mattea Breed

F: Lucy Wales, Bridie Hipwell

R: Tamara Luke, Tilly Lucas-Rodd, Akec Makur Chuot 


INT: Emily Bates, Greta Bodey, Charlotte Baskaran, Kristy Stratton, Tahlia Fellows 


EMERG: Sophie Locke, Tegan Cunningham, Louise Stephenson 


In: Tamara Luke 

Out: Sophie Locke (omitted)