Catch up on how all of the Hawks teams performed over the past week...


Hawthorn’s AFL side bounced back from a disappointing loss the previous week to beat the GWS Giants by 33 points at the MCG on Sunday.

Ricky Henderson was a major contributor with 36 disposals and James Frawley was excellent in his returning game from injury keeping the competition’s leading goal kicker Jeremy Cameron to just 11 disposals and four behinds.

The win puts the Hawks in ninth position on the ladder and will give the side confidence heading into their Round 9 match against Richmond.


The Box Hill Hawks played in a thrilling draw against Footscray at the MCG on Sunday.

The match was played as a curtain raiser to Hawthorn’s AFL game and featured former AFL captain Jarrad Roughead who kicked a game high five goals.

There were a number of lead changes throughout the game and despite Hawks having a 10-point lead at three quarter time, the Bulldogs fought back to make it a draw when the final siren sounded.

Ladder position: 4th


Hawthorn’s VFLW side began its 2019 campaign with a tough Round 1 match against the Northern Territory Thunder on Sunday.

The Thunder had a number of Adelaide AFLW players in its line-up including three-time All Australian Chelsea Randall, Angela Foley and Ailish Considine.

The Hawks were competitive throughout but went down in the end by 22 points.

Jess Sibley kicked two goals and Chantella Perera and Tamara Luke each kicked a goal.

Ladder position: 8th



The Hawks Netball Club had a mixed night last Wednesday when all three sides came up against the North East Blaze in Round 7.

Hawks’ Championship side went down to the Blaze 41-65.

Ladder position: 6th

The Division 1 side also lost, however by the only two goals (42-44) to the top of the ladder Blaze.

Ladder position: 3rd

Finally, the Hawks’ under 19 side won by five goals.

Ladder position: 6th



Hawthorn’s wheelchair football team played their season opening match on the weekend against the Richmond Tigers at the Boroondara Sports Complex.

The Tigers were too strong, leading at every break and eventually winning the game by 13 points.

Ladder position: 3rd