Game Chat – Hawthorn v St Kilda

Written by Motts on April 16 2016

Venue: Aurora Stadium, 2.10pm AEST 

Last 5 times
R10, 2015, Hawthorn 20.12 (132) d St Kilda 10.9 (69) at Etihad Stadium, 

R7, 2014, Hawthorn 27.13 (175) d St Kilda 4.6 (30) at the MCG, 

R20, 2013, Hawthorn 14.18 (102) d St Kilda 7.14 (56) at Etihad Stadium, 

R6, 2012, Hawthorn 18.15 (123) d St Kilda 13.10 (88) at the MCG, 

R8, 2011, Hawthorn 14.15 (99) d St Kilda 10.9 (69) at the MCG

Top SC scorers from last match:

Hawthorn
: Mitchell 106, Hodge 100, Breust 100

St Kilda
: Montagna 128, Roberton 124, Steven 119, Armitage 101, Webster 100
Ins/Outs:

Hawthorn

IN: Tim O’Brien, Luke Hodge, Daniel Howe

OUT: Jonathan O’Rourke (Omitted), Ryan Schoenmakers (Groin Soreness), Josh Gibson (Hamstring Tightness)

St Kilda

IN: Tom Lee, Eli Templeton, Blake Acres

OUT: Dylan Roberton (Knee), Jimmy Webster (Quad), Luke Dunstan (Hamstring)


Game notes
: Just as the Sainters were starting to feel good about themselves having knocked off the Not So Hot Pies, they run into the Happy Team playing at a ground where they’ve won 22 of their last 23. It’d be a tough ask of any team let alone one in the middle of a rebuild. From a SC perspective, Joey will tear them apart again because the Hawks don’t tag while Delicious & Broooost save some of their best work for the wide expanses of York Park. 

The 6 Points:

1. In 2015 the Hawks kicked eight goals to three in the first half and 12 to seven in the second half; they finished with 32 to 19 scoring shots. Sam Mitchell was best on ground with 35 disposals. Jarryd Roughead and Jack Gunston kicked three goals each.

2. Hawthorn is the number one tackling side after three games averaging 82.3 per game compared to St Kilda ranked 8th averaging 66.6. Will Langford is the number one tackling player in the competition with 27.

3. Hawthorn and St Kilda meet for the 153rd time and the Hawks hold the advantage, winning 79 games to 71; with two draws. The Saints haven’t won since round 19, 2009.

4. The Saints have been a strong clearance side so far in 2016 ranked fourth with 40.3 per game thanks to David Armitage ranked equal fourth with a total of 24.

5. Hawthorn has now won their last 15 games and 22 of their last 23 at Aurora Stadium; they last lost in round five, 2012. St Kilda has played in Launceston nine times for five wins; the most recent was in round 19, 2009 with the undermanned Saints defeating the Hawks.

6. The top three small forwards in this game, according to the Official AFL Player Ratings all play for the Hawks – Cyril Rioli (18th overall), Luke Breust (34) and Paul Puopolo (106).


Mottsy’s tip
: Hawks by 35 (get on the Saints at the line if you’re punting)

While we do our best to update posts with end of quarter scores, we aren’t always online so if you have access to the scores and see they haven’t gone into the Comments section of this post, the Community would love it if you could help us out.

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12 thoughts on “Game Chat – Hawthorn v St Kilda”

  1. NO LATE CHANGES

    FINAL INTERCHANGES
    Hawthorn: Billy Hartung, Angus Litherland, Will Langford, Daniel Howe
    St Kilda: Eli Templeton, Blake Acres, Sam Gilbert, Darren Minchington

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  2. LIVE SCORES FROM THE CURRENT MATCH
    HAWTHORN
    PLAYERSUPERCOACH
    5 Sam Mitchell 77
    18 Jonathon Ceglar 60
    22 Luke Breust 44
    7 Ben McEvoy 42
    3 Jordan Lewis 42
    16 Isaac Smith 40
    24 Ben Stratton 39
    33 Cyril Rioli 39
    14 Grant Birchall 38
    8 Taylor Duryea 37
    21 James Sicily 36
    15 Luke Hodge 36
    9 Shaun Burgoyne 34
    4 Billy Hartung 33
    29 Will Langford 33
    28 Paul Puopolo 31
    23 Tim O’Brien 30
    19 Jack Gunston 28
    41 Daniel Howe 22
    12 James Frawley 21
    26 Liam Shiels 14
    17 Angus Litherland 4
    TOTAL780
    ST. KILDA
    PLAYERSUPERCOACH
    12 Nick Riewoldt 63
    11 Leigh Montagna 58
    20 David Armitage 53
    5 Shane Savage 46
    16 Jack Newnes 45
    24 Sean Dempster 45
    6 Sebastian Ross 44
    41 Darren Minchington 39
    19 Sam Gilbert 38
    15 Jack Billings 36
    3 Jack Steven 36
    14 Jarryn Geary 35
    13 Jack Lonie 32
    40 Jack Sinclair 30
    1 Tom Hickey 29
    44 Maverick Weller 28
    8 Blake Acres 27
    32 Paddy McCartin 26
    9 Tom Lee 26
    25 Sam Fisher 23
    27 Josh Bruce 13
    4 Eli Templeton 12
    TOTAL784

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  3. LIVE SCORES FROM THE CURRENT MATCH
    HAWTHORN
    PLAYERSUPERCOACH
    5 Sam Mitchell 101
    16 Isaac Smith 68
    3 Jordan Lewis 67
    18 Jonathon Ceglar 63
    4 Billy Hartung 62
    9 Shaun Burgoyne 57
    7 Ben McEvoy 56
    23 Tim O’Brien 55
    22 Luke Breust 51
    14 Grant Birchall 49
    19 Jack Gunston 49
    24 Ben Stratton 48
    8 Taylor Duryea 48
    15 Luke Hodge 45
    33 Cyril Rioli 42
    21 James Sicily 41
    29 Will Langford 40
    28 Paul Puopolo 35
    41 Daniel Howe 31
    12 James Frawley 30
    26 Liam Shiels 25
    17 Angus Litherland 17
    TOTAL1080
    ST. KILDA
    PLAYERSUPERCOACH
    20 David Armitage 85
    12 Nick Riewoldt 85
    11 Leigh Montagna 84
    15 Jack Billings 80
    3 Jack Steven 74
    6 Sebastian Ross 72
    16 Jack Newnes 68
    14 Jarryn Geary 65
    24 Sean Dempster 61
    1 Tom Hickey 60
    41 Darren Minchington 59
    5 Shane Savage 59
    9 Tom Lee 58
    40 Jack Sinclair 57
    19 Sam Gilbert 55
    44 Maverick Weller 53
    13 Jack Lonie 44
    27 Josh Bruce 44
    25 Sam Fisher 43
    8 Blake Acres 28
    32 Paddy McCartin 26
    4 Eli Templeton 13
    TOTAL1273

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  4. LIVE SCORES FROM THE CURRENT MATCH
    HAWTHORN
    PLAYERSUPERCOACH
    5 Sam Mitchell 134
    3 Jordan Lewis 109
    14 Grant Birchall 99
    16 Isaac Smith 92
    4 Billy Hartung 87
    19 Jack Gunston 79
    22 Luke Breust 76
    28 Paul Puopolo 75
    7 Ben McEvoy 74
    15 Luke Hodge 74
    18 Jonathon Ceglar 68
    23 Tim O’Brien 66
    9 Shaun Burgoyne 64
    33 Cyril Rioli 62
    24 Ben Stratton 55
    12 James Frawley 54
    29 Will Langford 54
    8 Taylor Duryea 51
    21 James Sicily 48
    26 Liam Shiels 48
    41 Daniel Howe 36
    17 Angus Litherland 18
    TOTAL1523
    ST. KILDA
    PLAYERSUPERCOACH
    20 David Armitage 102
    11 Leigh Montagna 101
    5 Shane Savage 100
    12 Nick Riewoldt 97
    15 Jack Billings 96
    3 Jack Steven 94
    16 Jack Newnes 85
    19 Sam Gilbert 84
    1 Tom Hickey 83
    6 Sebastian Ross 82
    41 Darren Minchington 77
    44 Maverick Weller 76
    24 Sean Dempster 75
    14 Jarryn Geary 67
    9 Tom Lee 58
    32 Paddy McCartin 55
    40 Jack Sinclair 54
    27 Josh Bruce 54
    25 Sam Fisher 51
    8 Blake Acres 49
    13 Jack Lonie 42
    4 Eli Templeton 38
    TOTAL1620

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Game Chat – Hawks v Saints

Written by MJ on March 19 2015

It’s the final tune-up for both sides before Round 1. Who will propel themselves into your starting squad tonight?

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  1. Gibson was gonna be a POD premo defender… Looks like he could be just run-of-the-mill now if he continues playing like this for the rest of the game!

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  2. Am I alone in watching this massacre?? There’s been the question of Steven being tagged. If the Saints are this bad, is anyone gonna bother tagging a Saints player?

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  3. I’ve only seen the stats, haven’t been able to watch the hawk clinic. Is roughy playing ruck? Midfield? He’s getting plenty of it? And I agree Schwartz, not sure anyone gonna bother putting the clamps on Steven if saints are not gonna be a threat

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  4. SCORES: (From Herald Sun)

    Jarryd Roughead — 140

    Jack Gunston — 138

    Jordan Lewis — 134

    Bradley Hill — 122

    John Ceglar — 118

    Sam Mitchell — 116

    Sean Dempster — 109

    Isaac Smith — 109

    Ben McEvoy — 109

    Josh Gibson — 108

    Jack Newnes — 102

    Matthew Suckling — 101

    Cyril Rioli — 97

    Will Langford — 95

    Cameron Shenton — 90

    Jack Steven — 88

    Luke Dunstan — 85

    Luke Hodge — 82

    Maverick Weller — 81

    Jono O’Rourke — 79

    Jed Anderson — 65

    James Frawley — 64

    Luke Breust — 64

    Tom Hickey — 62

    Adam Schneider — 61

    Ben Stratton — 60

    Shaun Burgoyne — 59

    Luke Delaney — 58

    Jack Sinclair — 56

    Paul Puopolo — 55

    Dylan Roberton — 50

    Ahmed Saad — 48

    Josh Bruce — 48

    Brian Lake — 48

    Sam Fisher — 44

    Tim Membrey — 40

    Paddy McCartin — 40

    Blake Acres — 37

    Nathan Wright — 36

    Jack Lonie — 33

    Leigh Montagna — 29

    James Sicily — 29

    Darren Minchington — 28

    Eli Templeton — 23

    Tom Curren — 21

    Lewis Pierce — 21

    Taylor Duryea — 12

    Jonathan Simpkin — 2

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  5. Finally I have managed to watch a whole game without falling asleep.

    Don’t read too much into the stats for the Hawks, Roughie didn’t even play well and had the highest SC score.

    What I learnt from the game:
    1. Geary is a massive risk without seeing how he plays against a good side.
    2. Steven had 33 possessions, 12 contested and 5 tackles which only lead to 88 points. When you’re team is dominated it really hurts your SC scores!
    3. Lonie tries hard but 8 touches from 75% game time and 50% efficiency isn’t going to win him a spot.
    4. Saad did well as a forward in a losing side even though he only scored 48 points. Pressured ok and had 11 touches despite no shots on goal.
    5. I’ve had Anderson ahead of O’Rourke all preseason, but O’Rourke looked fractionally better tonight. Both will be stars soon.
    6. Newnes is a LOCK for mine.
    7. I love a good Torpedo!
    8. Gibbo is still tempting with his 3rd tall, loose defender role. I wish the Hawks had played a better side this week as hard to judge if this is the new normal for Gibbo.
    9. Lewis is still doing as he pleases in the midfield and will be tagged rarely.
    10. Dermie needs to shut-up about Sicily.

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  6. Gigantic Pass on Steven absolutely butchered the ball rather take Griffen as M5

    News locky locked

    Gibbo hmmmmmmmmmm

    Anderson hmmmmmm

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  7. Any love for Weller?

    Hill and Langford will be good POD’s. Been talking both up this preseason.

    Gonna be hard to read much into this. A near full strength premiers versus a half strength wooden spooner.

    It was always going to be messy….

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