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The North West Star
Geelong's Shane Kersten: The kid is all rightWe work hard as a forward unit." And there's more than a little evidence of th
Geelong's Shane Kersten: The kid is all right
The North West Star / Posted 17 hours ago
We work hard as a forward unit." And there's more than a little evidence of that in the forward tandem that Kersten and Tom Hawkins are beginning to develop in the key posts. "I think in the past at times I probably got caught running out of... Read more
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Perth Now
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles Catsits opening two goals early in the second term. At the 19-minute mark of the s
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles Cats
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
its opening two goals early in the second term. At the 19-minute mark of the second quarter, Motlop lost patience with Tom Hawkins who was refusing to lead into space. Motlop chipped the ball out in front of Hawkins, who reacted too late and... Read more
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Perth Now
Barometer: Wells, Suckling in selection mixDangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelon
Barometer: Wells, Suckling in selection mix
Perth Now / Posted 4 days ago
Dangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelong’s goalless opening term this weekend. Tom Hawkins booted four second-half goals against Collingwood and could be set for a big bag this... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Barometer: Who’s hot, who’s hurt?Dangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelon
Barometer: Who’s hot, who’s hurt?
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
Dangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelong’s goalless opening term this weekend. Tom Hawkins booted four second-half goals against Collingwood and could be set for a big bag this... Read more
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Herald Sun
Barometer: Who’s hot, who’s hurt?Dangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelon
Barometer: Who’s hot, who’s hurt?
Herald Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Dangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelong’s goalless opening term this weekend. Tom Hawkins booted four second-half goals against Collingwood and could be set for a big bag this... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Barometer: Who’s hot, who’s hurt?Dangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelon
Barometer: Who’s hot, who’s hurt?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Dangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelong’s goalless opening term this weekend. Tom Hawkins booted four second-half goals against Collingwood and could be set for a big bag this... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Barometer: Who’s hot, who’s hurt?Dangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelon
Barometer: Who’s hot, who’s hurt?
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Dangerfield missed a pair of sitters. We are unlikely to see a repeat of Geelong’s goalless opening term this weekend. Tom Hawkins booted four second-half goals against Collingwood and could be set for a big bag this... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Report Card: Pies soar, Roos make historythe ground. Mark Blicavs was an effective third-man up while he was also profic
Report Card: Pies soar, Roos make history
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
the ground. Mark Blicavs was an effective third-man up while he was also proficient around the ground. And if it wasn’t for Tom Hawkins (four goals), the Cats wouldn’t have been to reduce the margin to within two kicks late in the match. Where do... Read more
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Herald Sun
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles CatsGreenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of t
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles Cats
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
Greenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of the second quarter, Motlop lost patience with Tom Hawkins who was refusing to lead into space. Motlop chipped the ball out in front of Hawkins, who reacted too late and... Read more
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The North West Star
Collingwood v Geelong: Spirited Magpies stay in finals hunt after upset winthe third term, too, as the Cats clearly upped the ante in the pressure stakes.
Collingwood v Geelong: Spirited Magpies stay in finals hunt after upset win
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
the third term, too, as the Cats clearly upped the ante in the pressure stakes. Jimmy Bartel dominated across half-back. Tom Hawkins, invisible early, took his first mark of the match. A tremendous bit of courage from Shane Kersten, running... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
What we learned from Collingwood's win over Geelongtook a string of intercepts which kept the Cats in the game, and set up several
What we learned from Collingwood's win over Geelong
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
took a string of intercepts which kept the Cats in the game, and set up several scores as Geelong hit back. By the time Tom Hawkins booted his third seven minutes into the final quarter, the Cats were back to nine points, and the Pies were... Read more
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SportsFan
Party Pies stun slow-starting Cats in AFLvictory. Geelong spent the rest of the match chasing the contest, and were wit
Party Pies stun slow-starting Cats in AFL
SportsFan / Posted 7 days ago
victory. Geelong spent the rest of the match chasing the contest, and were within reach of completing the comeback when Tom Hawkins booted two goals in the final term. After leading by 44 points at quarter-time, the Magpies' edge was reduced to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
US phenom’s ‘heart in mouth’ AFL momentvictory. Geelong spent the rest of the match chasing the contest, and were wit
US phenom’s ‘heart in mouth’ AFL moment
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
victory. Geelong spent the rest of the match chasing the contest, and were within reach of completing the comeback when Tom Hawkins booted two goals in the final term. After leading by 44 points at quarter-time, the Magpies’ edge was reduced to... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles CatsPicture: Colleen PetchSource: News Corp Australia At the 19-minute mark of the
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles Cats
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
Picture: Colleen PetchSource: News Corp Australia At the 19-minute mark of the second quarter, Motlop lost patience with Tom Hawkins who was refusing to lead into space. Motlop chipped the ball out in front of Hawkins, who reacted too late and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles CatsGreenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of t
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles Cats
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
Greenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of the second quarter, Motlop lost patience with Tom Hawkins who was refusing to lead into space. Motlop chipped the ball out in front of Hawkins, who reacted too late and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles CatsGreenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of t
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles Cats
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
Greenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of the second quarter, Motlop lost patience with Tom Hawkins who was refusing to lead into space. Motlop chipped the ball out in front of Hawkins, who reacted too late and... Read more
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SportsFan
Party Pies stun slow-starting Catsvictory. Geelong spent the rest of the match chasing the contest, and were wit
Party Pies stun slow-starting Cats
SportsFan / Posted 7 days ago
victory. Geelong spent the rest of the match chasing the contest, and were within reach of completing the comeback when Tom Hawkins booted two goals in the final term. After leading by 44 points at quarter-time, the Magpies' edge was reduced to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles CatsGreenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of t
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles Cats
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Greenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of the second quarter, Motlop lost patience with Tom Hawkins who was refusing to lead into space. Motlop chipped the ball out in front of Hawkins, who reacted too late and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles CatsGreenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of t
Selwood stalls as Pies blitz humbles Cats
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Greenwood laid four tackles. Picture: Colleen Petch At the 19-minute mark of the second quarter, Motlop lost patience with Tom Hawkins who was refusing to lead into space. Motlop chipped the ball out in front of Hawkins, who reacted too late and... Read more
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SportsFan
Hartley steps up at AFL club Essendonunearthing a serious talent. The key defender has played seven games but alrea
Hartley steps up at AFL club Essendon
SportsFan / Posted 7 days ago
unearthing a serious talent. The key defender has played seven games but already minded the likes of Lance Franklin, Tom Hawkins, Jarrad Waite and Jesse Hogan. Hartley kept Hawkins goal-less for the first time since round 21 of the 2014... Read more
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Queensland Times
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobsright to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defe
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobs
Queensland Times / Posted 8 days ago
right to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defender didn't have to man-up on Cats monster Tom Hawkins last week as he did back in 2014 when part of a then-undersized Hawthorn backline. He had given up 10cm in... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobsright to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defe
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobs
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
right to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defender didn't have to man-up on Cats monster Tom Hawkins last week as he did back in 2014 when part of a then-undersized Hawthorn backline. He had given up 10cm in... Read more
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News Mail
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobsright to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defe
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobs
News Mail / Posted 8 days ago
right to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defender didn't have to man-up on Cats monster Tom Hawkins last week as he did back in 2014 when part of a then-undersized Hawthorn backline. He had given up 10cm in... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobsright to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defe
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobs
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
right to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defender didn't have to man-up on Cats monster Tom Hawkins last week as he did back in 2014 when part of a then-undersized Hawthorn backline. He had given up 10cm in... Read more
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Northern Star
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobsright to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defe
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobs
Northern Star / Posted 8 days ago
right to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defender didn't have to man-up on Cats monster Tom Hawkins last week as he did back in 2014 when part of a then-undersized Hawthorn backline. He had given up 10cm in... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobsright to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defe
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobs
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
right to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defender didn't have to man-up on Cats monster Tom Hawkins last week as he did back in 2014 when part of a then-undersized Hawthorn backline. He had given up 10cm in... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobsright to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defe
Crow Cheney happy to take the smaller jobs
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
right to be enjoying his footy with Adelaide. For starters, the mid-sized defender didn't have to man-up on Cats monster Tom Hawkins last week as he did back in 2014 when part of a then-undersized Hawthorn backline. He had given up 10cm in... Read more
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The North West Star
How Geelong are getting the creamalso emerged as an important marking target inside 50. He has provided the idea
How Geelong are getting the cream
The North West Star / Posted 8 days ago
also emerged as an important marking target inside 50. He has provided the ideal blend of being a strong option alongside Tom Hawkins, while his defensive work on Hawk Josh Gibson in round one and Eagle Jeremy McGovern in round seven was critical... Read more
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Herald Sun
Pies test winged backs, Cloke exile standsout for two weeks with a slight hamstring concern, would boost the Magpies’ bac
Pies test winged backs, Cloke exile stands
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
out for two weeks with a slight hamstring concern, would boost the Magpies’ backline against the Cats’ big forwards led by Tom Hawkins. Travis Varcoe also trained as did Tyson Goldsack (thumb) and Marley Williiams (toe). Mason Cox, who suffered a... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Pies test winged backs, Cloke exile standsout for two weeks with a slight hamstring concern, would boost the Magpies’ bac
Pies test winged backs, Cloke exile stands
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
out for two weeks with a slight hamstring concern, would boost the Magpies’ backline against the Cats’ big forwards led by Tom Hawkins. Travis Varcoe also trained as did Tyson Goldsack (thumb) and Marley Williiams (toe). Collingwood coach Nathan... Read more
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Herald Sun
Injured Pie trio train stronglyout for two weeks with a slight hamstring concern, would boost the Magpies’ bac
Injured Pie trio train strongly
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
out for two weeks with a slight hamstring concern, would boost the Magpies’ backline against the Cats’ big forwards led by Tom Hawkins. Mason Cox, who suffered a hand injury last weekend, trains at Collingwood this morning.... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Injured Pie trio train stronglyout for two weeks with a slight hamstring concern, would boost the Magpies’ bac
Injured Pie trio train strongly
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
out for two weeks with a slight hamstring concern, would boost the Magpies’ backline against the Cats’ big forwards led by Tom Hawkins. Mason Cox, who suffered a hand injury last weekend, trains at Collingwood this morning.... Read more
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Herald Sun
Barometer: Kreuzer blow, Cotch on cuspCollingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows with
Barometer: Kreuzer blow, Cotch on cusp
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
Collingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows without Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and Tom Hawkins being ultimately responsible. Instead Cameron Guthrie — grossly underrated outside Geelong — and Steven Motlop... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Which player do you want kicking for goal after the siren at your club?players that could step up and take a shot after the siren is almost unfair. F
Which player do you want kicking for goal after the siren at your club?
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
players that could step up and take a shot after the siren is almost unfair. From Patrick Dangerfield to Jimmy Bartel and Tom Hawkins and even Joel Selwood, the Cats have experienced players who know how to handle the clutch moments if called... Read more
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The North West Star
Some of the greatest AFL and VFL talent out of the Riverinafinals. Holds the record for most goals kicked at the Gabba (11). King of Geel
Some of the greatest AFL and VFL talent out of the Riverina
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
finals. Holds the record for most goals kicked at the Gabba (11). King of Geelong: Bill Brownless. Photo: Terry Phelan Tom Hawkins (Geelong) 174 games, 349 games (2007- ). Original club: Finley. A steal for the Cats as a father-son recruit,... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Sam Lloyd’s match winner, former Saint’s Twitter tirade, Tom Liberatore’s tackle feast — AFL OutsiderI have no doubt his mind took him back to the place that he lived that moment a
Sam Lloyd’s match winner, former Saint’s Twitter tirade, Tom Liberatore’s tackle feast — AFL Outsider
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
I have no doubt his mind took him back to the place that he lived that moment a thousand times as a kid. His good mate Tom Hawkins was the last, and to be honest, I don’t think Tom has kicked a ball better than that after siren shot against the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Barometer: Kreuzer blow, Cotch on cuspCollingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows with
Barometer: Kreuzer blow, Cotch on cusp
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Collingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows without Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and Tom Hawkins being ultimately responsible. Instead Cameron Guthrie — grossly underrated outside Geelong — and Steven Motlop... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Sam Lloyd after the siren goal: Best winning kicks, worst missesPark. Malcolm Blight, it’s a big kick, it’s a mammoth kick, it’s a goal. I’ve s
Sam Lloyd after the siren goal: Best winning kicks, worst misses
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
Park. Malcolm Blight, it’s a big kick, it’s a mammoth kick, it’s a goal. I’ve seen it all now. I have seen it all.” TOM HAWKINS (Geelong) v Hawthorn, 2012 The Kennett curse lives. Skipper Joel Selwood hit up the big forward 55m from goal... Read more
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Herald Sun
After the siren: The best and worstPark. Malcolm Blight, it’s a big kick, it’s a mammoth kick, it’s a goal. I’ve s
After the siren: The best and worst
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Park. Malcolm Blight, it’s a big kick, it’s a mammoth kick, it’s a goal. I’ve seen it all now. I have seen it all.” TOM HAWKINS (Geelong) v Hawthorn, 2012 The Kennett curse lives. Skipper Joel Selwood hit up the big forward 55m from goal... Read more
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Perth Now
Crows show fight, but it’s Danger’s delightSloane was their best while Rory Atkins, Charlie Cameron and Ricky Henderson we
Crows show fight, but it’s Danger’s delight
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
Sloane was their best while Rory Atkins, Charlie Cameron and Ricky Henderson were solid and Daniel Talia kept Tom Hawkins goalless. Skipper Walker, who has battled a foot injury all season, started well to kick Adelaide’s first two... Read more
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Perth Now
Barometer: Cotch on cusp, Beams blowCollingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows with
Barometer: Cotch on cusp, Beams blow
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
Collingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows without Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and Tom Hawkins being ultimately responsible. Instead Cameron Guthrie — grossly underrated outside Geelong — and Steven Motlop... Read more
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Adelaide Now
After the siren: The best and worstPark. Malcolm Blight, it’s a big kick, it’s a mammoth kick, it’s a goal. I’ve s
After the siren: The best and worst
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
Park. Malcolm Blight, it’s a big kick, it’s a mammoth kick, it’s a goal. I’ve seen it all now. I have seen it all.” TOM HAWKINS (Geelong) v Hawthorn, 2012 The Kennett curse lives. Skipper Joel Selwood hit up the big forward 55m from goal... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
After the siren: The best and worstPark. Malcolm Blight, it’s a big kick, it’s a mammoth kick, it’s a goal. I’ve s
After the siren: The best and worst
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Park. Malcolm Blight, it’s a big kick, it’s a mammoth kick, it’s a goal. I’ve seen it all now. I have seen it all.” TOM HAWKINS (Geelong) v Hawthorn, 2012 The Kennett curse lives. Skipper Joel Selwood hit up the big forward 55m from goal... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Barometer: Cotch on cusp, Beams blowCollingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows with
Barometer: Cotch on cusp, Beams blow
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
Collingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows without Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and Tom Hawkins being ultimately responsible. Instead Cameron Guthrie — grossly underrated outside Geelong — and Steven Motlop... Read more
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Herald Sun
Barometer: Cotch on cusp, Beams blowCollingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows with
Barometer: Cotch on cusp, Beams blow
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Collingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows without Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and Tom Hawkins being ultimately responsible. Instead Cameron Guthrie — grossly underrated outside Geelong — and Steven Motlop... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Barometer: Cotch on cusp, Beams blowCollingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows with
Barometer: Cotch on cusp, Beams blow
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Collingwood and Carlton. Crucially for the Cats, they manhandled the Crows without Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and Tom Hawkins being ultimately responsible. Instead Cameron Guthrie — grossly underrated outside Geelong — and Steven Motlop... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Round 8 Report Card: Every AFL team analysedin the match — his first since the 2014 semi-final loss to North Melbourne. RF
Round 8 Report Card: Every AFL team analysed
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
in the match — his first since the 2014 semi-final loss to North Melbourne. RFI (room for improvement) Corey Gregson and Tom Hawkins were both quiet, while Andrew Mackie was not his usual self in defence. THE MAGOOS Billy Smedts put his hand up... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Richmond’s Sam Lloyd watched friend Tom Hawkins in 2012, followed in his footsteps v SydneyBut on Saturday night, he lived and breathed it. When his close friend Tom Haw
Richmond’s Sam Lloyd watched friend Tom Hawkins in 2012, followed in his footsteps v Sydney
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
But on Saturday night, he lived and breathed it. When his close friend Tom Hawkins unloaded from 50 metres out after the final siren in 2012 to win the game for Geelong against Hawthorn, Lloyd was an ecstatic onlooker. Tonight the roles were... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sam Lloyd’s dream four years in the makingRichmond’s Sam Lloyd watched friend Tom Hawkins in 2012, followed in his footst
Sam Lloyd’s dream four years in the making
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Richmond’s Sam Lloyd watched friend Tom Hawkins in 2012, followed in his footsteps v Sydney | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website IT IS a fairytale that Sam Lloyd... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Crows show fight, but it’s Danger’s delightSloane was their best while Rory Atkins, Charlie Cameron and Ricky Henderson we
Crows show fight, but it’s Danger’s delight
Adelaide Now / Posted 15 days ago
Sloane was their best while Rory Atkins, Charlie Cameron and Ricky Henderson were solid and Daniel Talia kept Tom Hawkins goalless. Skipper Walker, who has battled a foot injury all season, started well to kick Adelaide’s first two... Read more
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