Hawthorn Fixtures

hawthorn fixturesThe Hawks meet Collingwood in their season opener and round out the home and away rounds with an away trip against the Sydney Swans. They play their first four matches art the MCG, which is a bonus, and they have just the one trip to Perth Stadium and none to Adelaide Oval.

Hawthorn plays Geelong, Sydney Swans, Essendon, St Kilda and the Brisbane Lions twice with their bye coming in Round 12.

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The Hawthorn season fixture can be found below. Visit our AFL Fixtures page for home and away fixtures for other AFL teams.

2018 Hawthorn Fixture

Rd Day Date H&A Team Venue Time
1 Sat Mar 24 Home Collingwood MCG 7:25pm
2 Mon Apr 2 Away Geelong Cats MCG 3:20pm
3 Sun Apr 8 Away Richmond MCG 1:10pm
4 Sun Apr 15 Home Melbourne MCG 3:20pm
5 Sun Apr 22 Away Nth Melbourne Etihad 3:20pm
6 Sat Apr 28 Home St Kilda Tasmania 7:25pm
7 Sat May 5 Away Essendon MCG 2:10pm
8 Fri May 11 Home Sydney Swans MCG 7:50pm
9 Sun May 20 Away Brisbane Lions Gabba 3:20pm
10 Sun May 27 Home West Coast Etihad 1:10pm
11 Sat Jun 2 Home Port Adelaide Tasmania 2:10pm
12 BYE
13 Sat Jun 16 Home Adelaide Crows MCG 7:25pm
14 Sat Jun 23 Home Gold Coast Suns Tasmania 1:45pm
15 Sat Jun 30 Away GWS Giants Spotless 7:25pm
16 Sat Jul 7 Away Western Bulldogs Etihad 7:25pm
17 Sat Jul 14 Home Brisbane Lions Tasmania 1:45pm
18 Sun Jul 22 Away Carlton Etihad 1:10pm
19 Sun Jul 29 Away Fremantle Perth 4:40pm
20 Sat Aug 4 Home Essendon MCG 1:45pm
21 Sat Aug 11 Home Geelong Cats MCG 1:45pm
22 Sat Aug 18 Away St Kilda Etihad 7:25pm
23 TBC Away Sydney Swans SCG TBC

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2017 Hawthorn Stats

Hawthorn missed the finals after finishing 12th on the AFL ladder with just 10 wins for the season.

Ladder: 12th - 22: 10-11-1 (42pts)

Hawks 2017 Disposal Stats

Most Kicks:: Isaac Smith 313
Most Handballs: Tom Mitchell 480
Most Disposals: Tom Mitchell 787
Most Marks: Jack Gunston 132
Most Goals: Jarryd Roughead 38
Most Hitouts: Ben McEvoy 712

Hawthorn 2017 Best & Fairest Results

Ball magnet Tom Mitchell had a huge season for Hawthorn and he was a runaway winner of the 2017 Peter Crimmins Medal. Mitchell polled 192 votes to defeat Ben McEvoy 138 and Luke Hodge 131 in comfortable fashion.

2017 Peter Crimmins Medal Top 10

1st: Tom Mitchell - 192 votes
2nd: Ben McEvoy - 138 votes
3rd: Luke Hodge - 131 votes

Next: Ryan Burton 117, Isaac Smith 111, Jarryd Roughead 107, Jack Gunston 104, James Sicily 104, Shaun Burgoyne 100 and Liam Shiels 91.

Hawthorn 2017 Brownlow Medal Votes

Best and fairest winner Tom Mitchell scored 25 Brownlow Medal votes, around 40% of the total Hawthorn votes combined, after a dominant season in the midfield. Jack Gunston and Jarryd Roughead were next best with six votes each.

1st: Tom Mitchell - 25 votes
2nd: Jack Gunston and Jarryd Roughead 6
3rd: N/A

Next: Shaun Burgoyne 5, Ben McEvoy 5, Liam Shiels 5, Ricky Henderson 3, Ryan Burton 2, Isaac Smith 2 and Jaeger O’Meara 1.

The Hawks polled a toal of 61 Brownlow Medal votes for the season.