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Joined VAFA: 1995

Section: Division 2

Years in Section: 1

Nickname: The Hawks

Ground: Rathmines Road Reserve, Rathmines Road, Hawthorn East. (*45 H10) MAP0421 045 087

Women’s/Under 19/Club XVIII: As above.

Colours: Brown & gold stripes/ gold panel – brown number; shorts – brown; socks – brown and gold hoops

Secretary: Matthew Tanis 0407 279 834 [email protected]

President: Patrick Clancey 0438 545 520 [email protected]

The Hawthorn Amateur Football Club was reformed in 1995 after the Hawthorn Citizens folded due to lack of players in 1989. A number of past Hawthorn Citz players consisting of Ed Sill, Rod Lord, Jamie Law, Bob Lovich, Steve Timewell and Glen Stallworthy started the Hawthorn Amateurs with one team in 1995. Numbers and support quickly grew and the Reserves team was formed in 1997. 1998 would be a landmark year for the Hawks as they won their first and only senior flag in the VAFA in F Section. They grew to three teams with the inception of the Spartans Club XVIII side in 2011 which has seen recent success in 2013 and 2015 while boasting three competition best & fairest wins. In 2017, the Club entered a fourth team in the inaugural VAFA women’s competition and claimed the first-ever Development Division 4 premiership before becoming the first team to go back-to-back with a Division 1 flag in 2018.

Premierships

Seniors Women’s Reserves U19s Thirds/Club XVIII
1 2 2 4
Division 1: 2018 Division 3: 2018 Section 4: 2018
F Section: 1998 Development Division 4: 2017 Division 4: 2014 Club XVIII (2): 2013, Club XVIII (1): 2015, 2016

 

Competition Best and Fairest Winners – Senior

Year Name Medal Votes
2018 Justin Raiti Division 3 34
2013 David Tremewen Division 4 28
2009 Matthew Collins Division 3
2008 Richard Ogge Division 3
2005 Dan Lauletta Division 4
1998 Phillip R. Avery* F Section

 

Competition Best and Fairest Winners – Women’s

Year Name Medal Votes
2017 Penny Brown* Development Division 4 20

 

Competition Best and Fairest Winners – Club XVIII

Year Name Medal Votes
2017 John Farah Club XVIII (1) 23
2016 John Farah Club XVIII (1) 19
1995 Paul Barker Club XVIII (North)

*denotes premiership season

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