2009 Hawthorn Football Club season

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Hawthorn Football Club
2009 season
President Jeff Kennett
Coach Alastair Clarkson
Captain(s) Sam Mitchell
Home ground Melbourne Cricket Ground
Aurora Stadium
Pre-season competition Quarter final
AFL season 9–13 (9th)
Finals series Did not qualify
Best and Fairest Sam Mitchell
Leading goalkicker Lance Franklin (67)
Highest home attendance 77,278 (Round 22 vs. Essendon)
Lowest home attendance 15,080 (Round 15 vs. North Melbourne)
Average home attendance 39,635

The Hawthorn Football Club's 2009 season was its 85th season in the Australian Football League. Hawthorn entered the season as the defending AFL Premiers

2008 draftees[edit]

Pick Player Recruited from League
16 Ryan Schoenmakers Norwood SANFL
34 Liam Shiels Eastern Ranges TAC Cup
50 Jordan Lisle Oakleigh Chargers TAC Cup
63 Luke Lowden Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup
75 Shane Savage Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup

2008 rookies[edit]

Pick Player Recruited from League
16 Riley Milne Murray Bushrangers TAC Cup
32 Haydn Kiel Brisbane Lions AFL
47 Luke Breust Temora Farrer FL
61 Carl Peterson Richmond AFL
73 Garry Moss Hawthorn AFL
81 Matthew Suckling Sandringham Dragons TAC Cup
85 Will Sierakowski NSW AFL Scholarship program TAC Cup

Schedule[edit]

NAB Cup[edit]

Rd Date and local time Opponent Scores (Hawthorn's scores indicated in bold) Venue Attendance
Home Away Result
1 Saturday, 21 February (4:10 pm) Melbourne 0.11.3 (69) 1.8.9 (66) Won by 3 points Aurora Stadium (H) 8,122
Quarter final Sunday, 1 March (4:40 pm) Carlton 2.13.16 (112) 2.10.10 (88) Lost by 24 points Etihad Stadium (A) 19,111

Premiership Season[edit]

Rd Date and local time Opponent Scores (Hawthorn's scores indicated in bold) Venue Attendance Record Recap
Home Away Result
1 Friday, 27 March (7:40 pm) Geelong 16.7 (103) 15.21 (111) Lost by 8 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 69,593 0–1 Recap
2 Saturday, 4 April (7:10 pm) Sydney 22.11 (143) 15.15 (105) Lost by 38 points ANZ Stadium (A) 36,116 0–2 Recap
3 Sunday, 12 April (2:10 pm) North Melbourne 10.9 (69) 19.9 (123) Won by 54 points Etihad Stadium (A) 34,983 1–2 Recap
4 Saturday, 18 April (2:10 pm) Port Adelaide 12.13 (85) 17.13 (115) Lost by 30 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 33,274 1–3 Recap
5 Saturday, 25 April (5:20 pm) West Coast 11.8 (74) 7.14 (56) Won by 18 points Aurora Stadium (H) 17,880 2–3 Recap
6 Saturday, 2 May (2:10 pm) Carlton 16.10 (106) 15.12 (102) Won by 4 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 69,014 3–3 Recap
7 Friday, 8 May (7:40 pm) Essendon 17.14 (116) 10.12 (72) Lost by 44 points Etihad Stadium (A) 50,475 3–4 Recap
8 Friday, 15 May (6:40 pm) Fremantle 9.11 (65) 13.9 (87) Won by 22 points Subiaco Oval (A) 39,135 4–4 Recap
9 Sunday, 24 May (4:40 pm) Melbourne 17.12 (114) 13.14 (92) Won by 22 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 39,395 5–4 Recap
10 Sunday, 31 May (1:10 pm) Adelaide 16.10 (106) 12.7 (79) Lost by 27 points AAMI Stadium (A) 40,035 5–5 Recap
11 Sunday, 7 June (2:10 pm) Sydney 12.14 (86) 11.9 (75) Won by 11 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 44,464 6–5 Recap
12 Sunday, 14 June (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 7.9 (51) 13.15 (93) Lost by 42 points Aurora Stadium (H) 16,710 6–6 Recap
13 Saturday, 27 June (5:40 pm) West Coast 16.11 (107) 13.9 (87) Lost by 20 points Subiaco Oval (A) 31,441 6–7 Recap
14 Saturday, 4 July (7:10 pm) Western Bulldogs 19.19 (133) 6.9 (45) Lost by 88 points Etihad Stadium (A) 36,827 6–8 Recap
15 Sunday, 12 July (1:10 pm) North Melbourne 10.13 (73) 9.10 (64) Won by 9 points Aurora Stadium (H) 15,080 7–8 Recap
16 Saturday, 18 July (7:10 pm) Collingwood 11.10 (76) 18.13 (121) Won by 45 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (A) 66,149 8–8 Recap
17 Saturday, 25 July (2:10 pm) Geelong 15.9 (99) 14.14 (98) Lost by 1 point Melbourne Cricket Ground (A) 64,803 8–9 Recap
18 Sunday, 2 August (2:40 pm) Port Adelaide 18.13 (121) 14.19 (103) Lost by 18 points AAMI Stadium (A) 25,154 8–10 Recap
19 Saturday, 8 August (2:10 pm) St Kilda 7.7 (49) 10.14 (74) Lost by 25 points Aurora Stadium (H) 20,011 8–11 Recap
20 Friday, 14 August (7:40 pm) Adelaide 9.13 (67) 13.16 (94) Lost by 27 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 32,583 8–12 Recap
21 Saturday, 22 August (7:10 pm) Richmond 14.9 (93) 20.15 (135) Won by 42 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (A) 34,779 9–12 Recap
22 Saturday, 29 August (2:10 pm) Essendon 14.15 (99) 16.20 (116) Lost by 17 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 77,278 9–13 Recap

Ladder[edit]

2009 AFL Ladder
Team P W L D PF PA % Pts
1 St Kilda 22 20 2 0 2197 1411 155.71 80
2 Geelong (P) 22 18 4 0 2312 1815 127.38 72
3 Western Bulldogs 22 15 7 0 2378 1940 122.58 60
4 Collingwood 22 15 7 0 2174 1778 122.27 60
5 Adelaide 22 14 8 0 2104 1789 117.61 56
6 Brisbane Lions 22 13 8 1 2017 1890 106.72 54
7 Carlton 22 13 9 0 2270 2055 110.46 52
8 Essendon 22 10 11 1 2080 2127 97.79 42
9 Hawthorn 22 9 13 0 1962 2120 92.55 36
10 Port Adelaide 22 9 13 0 1990 2244 88.68 36
11 West Coast 22 8 14 0 1893 2029 93.30 32
12 Sydney 22 8 14 0 1888 2027 93.14 32
13 North Melbourne 22 7 14 1 1680 2015 83.37 30
14 Fremantle 22 6 16 0 1747 2259 77.34 24
15 Richmond 22 5 16 1 1774 2388 74.29 22
16 Melbourne 22 4 18 0 1706 2285 74.66 16
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points for, PA = Points against

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