The Hawks face an away trip aganist the Adelaide Crows in the first round of the 2019 Hawthorn fixture and travel to Perth to play the West Coast Eagles in the final round.
A blockbuster with Geelong awaits Hawthorn on Easter Money in Round 5, while they have four games in Tasmania in Rounds 6, 10, 17 and 19. They have five Friday night matches for the season with three against Essendon (Round 13), Sydney Swans (Round 14) and Collingwood (Round 16).
Round 5 against Geelong at the MCG. Games between Hawthorn and Geelong are normally always close and the Easter Monday match between the two is not to be missed. The two teams will face off again in Round 18.
Double ups matches for the Hawks include West Coast Eagles, Geelong Cats, GWS Giants, North Melbourne and Brisbane Lions. Hawthorn has the bye in Round 12.
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The Hawthorn season fixture can be found below.
|10||Sat||May-25||Home||Port Adelaide||UOT (Tas)||1:45pm|
|11||Sat||Jun-01||Away||Brisbane Lions||The Gabba||7:25pm|
|19||Sat||Jul-27||Home||Brisbane Lions||UOT (Tas)||1:45pm|
|22||Sun||Aug-18||Home||Gold Coast Suns||Marvel||4:40pm|
|23||Fri||Aug 23*||Away||West Coast||Optus||TBC|
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Hawtorn finished 4th on the ladder with 15 wins during the home and away season. They bowed out in straight sets losing to Richmond (Qualifying Final) by 31 points and Melbourne (Semi Final) by 33 points.
Ladder: 4th - 22: 15-7-0 (60 pts)
Finish: Semi Final
Hawthorn 71-104 Melbourne
MCG - Friday 14th September 2018
Total Kicks: Tom Mitchell 389
Total Handballs: Tom Mitchell 459
Total Disposals: Tom Mitchell 848
Total Marks: Isaac Smith 143
Total Goals: Luke Breust 54
Total Hitouts: Ben McEvoy 582
Tom Mitchell scored 163 votes to win the 2018 Peter Crimmins Medal at Hawthorn. Mitchell defeated Blake Hardwick on 127 votes and Isaac Smith on 125 votes to make it back-to-back club champion awards after winning the trophy as a debutant Hawk in 2017.
1st: Tom Mitchell 163 votes
2nd: Blake Hardwick 127 votes
3rd: Isaac Smith 125 votes
Next: Jack Gunston 121, Jaeger O'Meara 120, Luke Breust 119, Ben Stratton 112, Ben McEvoy 99, Liam Shiels 99, James Sicily 87.
Hawks ball magnet Tom Mitchell scored 28 votes to win the 2018 Brownlow Medal in a canter. Classy midfielder Jaeger O'Meara was next on 13, while the ever consistent Jack Gunston was third on 10 votes. The Hawks amassed 90 Brownlow Medal votes in toal to finish third overall behind Collingwood 96 and Melbourne 93.
Top 3: Tom Mitchell 28, Jaeger O’Meara 13, Jack Gunston 10
Next: Ben McEvoy 8, Luke Breust 8, Liam Shiels 8, James Sicily (ineligible) 8,
Luke Breust 7, Isaac Smith 6, Jarryd Roughead 1, Paul Puopolo 1
Hawks 2018 Brownlow Medal total: 90
Magpies 96, Demons 93, Hawks 90, Cats 88, Eagles 81, Tigers 78, Giants 76, Swans 71, Crows 69, Roos 68, Bombers 65, Port 62, Dockers 56, Bulldogs 47, Lions 45, Blues 37, Saints 35, Suns 31.
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