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Hawthorn have risen from humble beginnings to become one of the most powerful clubs in the Australian Football League. No team has won more VFL/AFL premierships in the past 50 years, nor since the turn of the millennium.

Not many clubs could cope with losing premiership stars such as Luke Hodge, Sam Mitchell, Jordan Lewis and Josh Gibson in such a short space of time, but the Hawks have turned things around with remarkable efficiency and are already circling another flag.

How will Alastair Clarkson’s flock fare this season? Let’s see how the AFL betting markets for 2019 are shaping up.

About the Hawthorn Football Club

Established: 1902
Home ground: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Coach: Alastair Clarkson
Captain: Jarryd Roughead
Premierships: 13 – 1961, 1971, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015
2018 ladder finish: 4th

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2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $12 $1.90 $3.50 T Mitchell $7 L Breust $26
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Best Hawthorn bets for the 2018 AFL season

There are dozens of AFL futures markets for Hawthorn, but where are they likely to return some real value?

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Hawthorn 2019 AFL fixture

hawthorn hawks fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Saturday, March 23 4:05pm ACDT
2 Western Bulldogs MCG Sunday, March 31 3:20pm AEDT
3 North Melbourne Kangaroos MCG Sunday, April 7 3:20pm AEST
4 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, April 14 3:20pm AEST
5 Geelong Cats MCG Monday, April 22 3:20pm AEST
6 Carlton Blues UTAS Stadium Sunday, April 28 3:20pm AEST
7 Melbourne Demons MCG Saturday, May 4 1:45pm AEST
8 GWS Giants MCG Sunday, May 12 3:20pm AEST
9 Richmond Tigers MCG Sunday, May 19 3:20pm AEST
10 Port Adelaide Power UTAS Stadium Saturday, May 25 1:45pm AEST
11 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Saturday, June 1 7:25pm AEST
12 BYE
13 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Friday, June 14 7:50pm AEST
14 Sydney Swans SCG Friday, June 21 7:50pm AEST
15 West Coast Eagles MCG Saturday, June 29 1:45pm AEST
16 Collingwood Magpies MCG Friday, July 5 7:50pm AEST
17 Fremantle Dockers UTAS Stadium Saturday, July 13 2:10pm AEST
18 Geelong Cats MCG Sunday, July 21 1:10pm AEST
19 Brisbane Lions UTAS Stadium Saturday, July 27 1:45pm AEST
20 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium Friday, August 2 7:50pm AEST
21 GWS Giants UNSW Canberra Friday, August 9 7:50pm AEST
22 Gold Coast Suns Marvel Stadium Sunday, August 18 4:40pm AEST
23 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium TBD TBD

2018 Hawthorn squad

hawthorn hawks player list
Player DOB Games Goals Position Recruited from
2. Jarryd Roughead 23/1/1987 253 529 Forward Gippsland Power
3. Tom Mitchell 31/5/1993 87 48 Midfield Sydney Swans
4. Jarman Impey 9/7/1995 75 34 Def/fwd Port Adelaide
5. Ryan Burton 31/1/1997 24 5 Defence North Adelaide
6. James Sicily 6/9/1995 44 47 Utility Western Jets
7. Ben McEvoy 11/7/1989 168 70 Ruck St Kilda
8. Taylor Duryea 24/4/1991 101 20 Defence Murray Bushrangers
9. Shaun Burgoyne 21/10/1982 341 276 Midfield Port Adelaide
10. Jaeger O’Meara 23/2/1994 50 28 Midfield Gold Coast Suns
11. Brendan Whitecross 25/1/1990 105 42 Mid/def Zillmere
12. James Frawley 20/9/1988 187 24 Defence Melbourne
13. Jono O’Rourke 21/4/1994 18 4 Midfield GWS Giants
14. Grant Birchall 28/1/1988 245 33 Defence Tassie Mariners
15. Blake Hardwick 5/2/1997 20 0 Def/fwd Eastern Ranges
16. Isaac Smith 30/12/1988 157 125 Midfield North Ballarat
17. Daniel Howe 4/12/1995 33 6 Def/mid Murray Bushrangers
18. Jonathon Ceglar 14/12/1991 50 29 Ruck Collingwood
19. Jack Gunston 16/10/1991 149 290 Forward Adelaide Crows
21. Kieran Lovell 16/5/1997 2 0 Midfield Kingborough
22. Luke Breust 11/11/1990 161 304 Forward NSW/ACT Rams
23. Tim O’Brien 28/3/1994 34 33 Forward Glenelg
24. Ben Stratton 1/3/1989 146 1 Defence East Perth
25. Ryan Schoenmakers 8/11/1990 112 42 Def/fwd Norwood
26. Liam Shiels 29/4/1991 163 56 Midfield Eastern Ranges
27. Marc Pittonet 3/6/1996 3 0 Ruck Oakleigh Chargers
28. Paul Puopolo 2/12/1987 148 151 Forward Norwood
29. Will Langford 3/7/1992 66 24 Midfield NSW/ACT Rams
30. Kaiden Brand 8/4/1994 28 0 Defence West Adelaide
31. Ricky Henderson 11/9/1988 108 56 Mid/def Adelaide
33. Cyril Rioli 4/11/1989 185 273 Forward Scotch College
34. Kurt Heatherley 1/1/1995 5 0 Defence Sandringham Dragons
35. Harry Morrison 12/11/1998 1 0 Defence Murray Bushrangers
36. Dylan Moore 4/8/1999 Fwd/mid Eastern Ranges
37. Jackson Ross 22/6/1999 Fwd/mid Eastern Ranges
38. James Worpel 24/1/1999 Midfield Geelong Falcons
39. Mitchell Lewis 14/10/1998 Fwd/ruck Calder Cannons
42. Teia Miles 2/11/1996 4 3 Fwd/def Geelong Falcons

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