2013 Hawthorn Football Club season

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Hawthorn Football Club
2013 season
President Andrew Newbold
Coach Alastair Clarkson
Captain(s) Luke Hodge
Home ground Aurora Stadium (Capacity: 23,000)
MCG (Capacity: 100,018)
Pre-season competition 18th
AFL season 1st
Finals Series Premiers
Best and Fairest Josh Gibson
Leading goalkicker Jarryd Roughead (72)
Highest home attendance 100,007 (Grand Final vs. Fremantle)

The Hawthorn Football Club's 2013 season was its 89th season in the Australian Football League (AFL).

Overview[edit]

After losing the 2012 AFL Grand Final against the Sydney Swans, Hawthorn participated in the 2012 AFL Draft and traded Tom Murphy and Clinton Young to the Gold Coast and Collingwood respectively via the free agency system. The club also picked up Jonathan Simpkin from Geelong. During the main trade period, the Hawks picked up former Western Bulldogs backman Brian Lake and Sydney Swans forward Matthew Spangher and offloaded Stephen Gilham to Greater Western Sydney.[1]

Player draft[edit]

Draftee Pick selection Original Club
Tim O'Brien
28
Glenelg
Kaiden Brand
66
West Adelaide
Michael Osborne
70
Hawthorn
Rookie Pick selection Original Club
John Ceglar
15
Collingwood

Fixture[edit]

NAB Cup[edit]

Rd Date and local time Opponent Scores (Hawthorn's scores indicated in bold) Venue Attendance
Home Away Result
1 Saturday, 23 February (6:40 pm) Gold Coast 0.4.6 (30) 0.4.5 (29) Lost by 1 point Metricon Stadium 7,847
Saturday, 23 February (7:45 pm) Brisbane Lions 0.4.8 (32) 0.1.5 (11) Lost by 21 points Metricon Stadium
2 Friday, 1 March (7:40 pm) Western Bulldogs 1.10.6 (75) 2.8.8 (74) Lost by 1 point Etihad Stadium (A) 8,162
3 Saturday, 9 March (1:10 pm) Richmond 0.13.6 (84) 0.13.7 (85) Lost by 1 point Aurora Stadium (H) 8,601

Premiership season[edit]

Rd Date and local time Opponent Scores (Hawthorn's scores indicated in bold) Venue Attendance Ladder
position
Home Away Result
1 Monday, 1 April (3:20 pm) Geelong 12.14 (86) 13.15 (93) Lost by 7 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 76,300 11th
2 Sunday, 7 April (2:20 pm) West Coast 15.8 (98) 23.10 (148) Won by 50 points Patersons Stadium (A) 38,389 9th
3 Sunday, 14 April (3:20 pm) Collingwood 13.12 (90) 22.13 (145) Won by 55 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (A) 72,254 6th
4 Saturday, 20 April (1:45 pm) Fremantle 18.10 (118) 11.10 (76) Won by 42 points Aurora Stadium (H) 12,619 4th
5 Sunday, 28 April (4:40 pm) North Melbourne 14.15 (99) 13.18 (96) Won by 3 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 42,103 4th
6 Saturday, 4 May (4:10 pm) Adelaide 11.12 (78) 13.11 (89) Won by 11 points AAMI Stadium (A) 37,324 5th
7 Saturday, 11 May (7:40 pm) Sydney 18.11 (119) 12.10 (82) Won by 37 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 54,725 3rd
8 Saturday, 18 May (2:10 pm) Greater Western Sydney 21.14 (140) 9.3 (57) Won by 83 points Aurora Stadium (H) 10,513 1st
9 Sunday, 26 May (1:10 pm) Gold Coast 18.10 (118) 14.8 (92) Won by 26 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 28,112 1st
10 Sunday, 2 June (3:20 pm) Melbourne 6.12 (48) 21.17 (143) Won by 95 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (A) 28,546 1st
11 Bye 2nd
12 Friday, 14 June (7:50 pm) Carlton 13.9 (87) 15.12 (102) Won by 15 points Etihad Stadium (A) 45,670 1st
13 Friday, 21 June (7:50 pm) West Coast 19.9 (123) 16.7 (103) Won by 20 points Etihad Stadium (H) 32,567 1st
14 Sunday, 30 June (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 21.17 (143) 12.13 (85) Won by 58 points Aurora Stadium (H) 15,796 1st
15 Saturday, 6 July (7:40 pm) Geelong 11.16 (82) 10.12 (72) Lost by 10 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (A) 85,197 1st
16 Saturday, 13 July (1:15 pm) Port Adelaide 12.7 (79) 19.10 (124) Won by 45 points AAMI Stadium (A) 23,748 1st
17 Saturday, 20 July (1:45 pm) Western Bulldogs 13.17 (95) 11.10 (76) Won by 19 points Aurora Stadium (H) 14,022 1st
18 Friday, 26 July (7:50 pm) Essendon 13.9 (87) 22.11 (143) Won by 56 points Etihad Stadium (A) 49,505 1st
19 Saturday, 3 August (2:10 pm) Richmond 9.12 (66) 16.11 (107) Lost by 41 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 64,324 1st
20 Friday, 9 August (7:50 pm) St Kilda 7.14 (56) 14.18 (102) Won by 46 points Etihad Stadium (A) 24,765 1st
21 Friday, 16 August (7:50 pm) Collingwood 18.11 (119) 12.12 (84) Won by 35 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 71,533 1st
22 Saturday, 24 August (2:10 pm) North Melbourne 15.13 (103) 17.15 (117) Won by 14 points Etihad Stadium (A) 33,039 1st
23 Friday, 30 August (7:50 pm) Sydney 16.4 (100) 17.10 (112) Won by 12 points ANZ Stadium (A) 37,980 1st
[2]

Finals series[edit]

Rd Date and local time Opponent Scores (Hawthorn's scores indicated in bold) Venue Attendance
Home Away Result
Qualifying Final Friday, 6 September (7:50 pm) Sydney 15.15 (105) 7.9 (51) Won by 54 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 59,615
Preliminary Final Friday, 20 September (7:50 pm) Geelong 14.18 (102) 15.7 (97) Won by 5 points Melbourne Cricket Ground (H) 85,569
Grand Final Saturday, 28 September (2:30 pm) Fremantle 11.11 (77) 8.14 (62) Won by 15 points Melbourne Cricket Ground 100,007
[2]

Ladder[edit]

2013 AFL Ladder
Team P W L D PF PA  % Pts
1 Hawthorn (P) 22 19 3 0 2523 1859 135.72 76
2 Geelong 22 18 4 0 2409 1776 135.64 72
3 Fremantle 22 16 5 1 2035 1518 134.06 66
4 Sydney 22 15 6 1 2244 1694 132.47 62
5 Richmond 22 15 7 0 2154 1754 122.81 60
6 Collingwood 22 14 8 0 2148 1868 114.99 56
7 Port Adelaide 22 12 10 0 2051 2002 102.45 48
8 Carlton 22 11 11 0 2125 1992 106.68 44
9 Essendon 22 14 8 0 2145 2000 107.25 56*
10 North Melbourne 22 10 12 0 2307 1930 119.53 40
11 Adelaide 22 10 12 0 2064 1909 108.12 40
12 Brisbane Lions 22 10 12 0 1922 2144 89.65 40
13 West Coast 22 9 13 0 2038 2139 95.28 36
14 Gold Coast 22 8 14 0 1918 2091 91.73 32
15 Western Bulldogs 22 8 14 0 1926 2262 85.15 32
16 St Kilda 22 5 17 0 1751 2120 82.59 20
17 Melbourne 22 2 20 0 1455 2691 54.07 8
18 GWS 22 1 21 0 1524 2990 50.97 4
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points for, PA = Points against
*Essendon was relegated to ninth due to irregularities in its supplements program during the 2012 season


Awards, Records & Milestones[edit]

Awards[edit]

Records[edit]

Hawthorn win 12 games in a row from round 2 to 14. Equal 1961 as club's longest winning run.[3]

Milestones[edit]

References[edit]