The AFL Telstra Trade Period is officially done and dusted and the question on everyone’s mind is, how did my club fare?

Did Hawthorn get the right players? Did the club get them for a good price? What does it all mean in terms of the upcoming draft?

Here’s a break down of everything that Hawthorn did during the trade period and what picks the club has heading into the NAB AFL Draft in November. 

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IN: Sam Frost, Jonathon Patton, pick No.42, pick No.54, pick No.63

OUT: Grant Birchall, Marc Pittonet, pick No.50, 2020 round two pick

2019 draft picks: 11, 30, 42, 54, 63, 87, 92


Trade 1

Hawthorn: Sam Frost, pick No.42, pick No.61 and a future fourth round pick

Melbourne: Future second round pick and pick No.50

In its first trade of the period, Hawthorn received Melbourne defender Sam Frost.

Frost is an athletic and agile player who is expected to compliment the current Hawthorn defensive unit.

Trade 2

Arguably the most anticipated deal was the trading in of GWS forward Jonathon Patton.

Despite three serious knee injuries, the 26-year-old has shown that he is capable of huge goal hauls and contested marks. 

Hawthorn: Jonathon Patton

GWS: Future fourth round pick

Trade 3

The Hawks’ last deal was the trading out of ruckman Marc Pittonet. 

Pittonet had been at the Hawks since 2014, but had struggled to break into the senior side, managing just seven AFL games.

Hawthorn: Picks No.54 and No.63

Carlton: Marc Pittonet, pick No.61