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Our best chance for CharlieHawthorn FC - Wed 20/9, 11:32AM
Ineligible: Tomas Bugg, Jesse Hogan, Jordan Lewis, Christian Salem, Bernie Vince.
 
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Triple success for The Age at 2017 Australian Football Media Association awardsSydney Morning Herald - Wed 20/9, 9:06AM
SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Link Most outstanding news/feature photograph of the 2017 AFMA awards went to this image of Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley Photo: Eddie Jim Michael Gleeson was recognised as Most Outstanding News Reporter, having broken the news of Jesse Hogan's diagnosis with testicular cancer and Alex Fasolo'sbattle with depression.
 
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Triple success for The Age at 2017 Australian Football Media Association awardsThe Age - Wed 20/9, 8:47AM
SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Link Most outstanding news/feature photograph of the 2017 AFMA awards went to this image of Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley Photo: Eddie Jim Michael Gleeson was recognised as Most Outstanding News Reporter, having broken the news of Jesse Hogan's diagnosis with testicular cancer and Alex Fasolo'sbattle with depression.
 
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Season review: WEST COASTSporting News - Mon 18/9, 2:58PM
The future Who is, or may be, on the way out: Matt Priddis (retired), Sam Mitchell (retired), Drew Petrie (retired), Sam Butler (retired), Sharrod Wellingham (), Mark LeCras () Whos on the radar: The Eagles are most likely to head to the draft for a rebuild, but may be moved into action if the chance of trading for Melbournes Jesse Hogan is a possibility.
 
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How teams can meet Crows' asking price for Jake LeverSporting News - Sat 16/9, 12:36AM
If rumours that Jesse Hogan wants to head to WA are true then the full forward could easily get the required currency for Melbourne, while Jake Stringer should also provide another early selection for the Dogs.
 
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How deep is each listHawthorn FC - Wed 13/9, 5:01PM
FORWARDS Midfielder/forwards: Tom Bugg, James Harmes, Dion Johnstone, Ben Kennedy, Jay Kennedy-Harris, Alex Neal-Bullen, Christian Petracca, Aaron vandenBerg General forwards: Jeff Garlett, Mitch Hannan, Dean Kent, Jack Watts Key forwards: Jesse Hogan, Cameron Pedersen, Tim Smith, Sam Weideman Summary: Jesse Hogan's challenging year saw Melbourne shift Tom McDonald to the forward line with some success and uncover Cameron Pedersen's best football as a roaming tall forward.
 
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Season review: MELBOURNESporting News - Fri 8/9, 11:37AM
Improved recruiting has seen the list filled with genuine star quality, and players like Jesse Hogan, Christian Petracca, Angus Brayshaw and Christian Salem are at an age where they are expected to be reaching their full potential.
 
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What's nextHawthorn FC - Mon 4/9, 10:52AM
Medical room: Jesse Hogan will be ready to start pre-season on time, with the hamstring he injured against Collingwood in round 23 set to heal over the next month.
 
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A history of the Rising StarHawthorn FC - Thu 31/8, 10:58AM
... Danyle Pearce Port Adelaide 2007 Joel Selwood Geelong 2008 Rhys Palmer Fremantle 2009 Daniel Rich Brisbane Lions 2010 Dan Hannebery Sydney 2011 Dyson Heppell Essendon 2012 Daniel Talia Adelaide 2013 Jaeger O'Meara Gold Coast 2014 Lewis Taylor Brisbane Lions 2015 Jesse Hogan Melbourne 2016 Callum Mills Sydney The views in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of the AFL or its clubs Exclusive to hawthornfc.com.au Newsletter RSS Search Web My Contact Us Online Security Telstra Media Privacy Terms of Use Copyright & Trademark Advertise with us Telstra Media !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s){if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.push(arguments)};if(!f._fbq)f._fbq=n; n. ...
 
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The stats files: R23Hawthorn FC - Tue 29/8, 1:43PM
Carlton's Charlie Curnow is equal 14th for contested marks while only two winners in the award's history, Ben Cousins and Jesse Hogan, have kicked more goals in the season they won than the 30 majors the Brisbane Lions' Eric Hipwood's managed in 2016.
 
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The Rover's Brownlow Votes and Leaderboard: Round 23Sporting News - Mon 28/8, 4:01PM
... Swallow (Gold Coast) 3 Eddie Betts (Adelaide) 3 Gary Rohan (Sydney) 3 Jack Steele (St Kilda) 3 Jake Carlisle (St Kilda) 3 Jarrad Waite (North Melbourne) 3 Jason Castagna (Richmond) 3 Jeff Garlett (Melbourne) 3 Jeremy McGovern (West Coast) 3 Jesse Hogan (Melbourne) 3 Josh Caddy (Richmond) 3 Josh Smith (Collingwood) 3 Leigh Montagna (St Kilda) 3 Lewis Taylor (Brisbane) 3 Liam Picken (Bulldogs) 3 Mark Le Cras (West Coast) 3 Orazio Fantasia (Essendon) 3 Ryan Burton (Hawthorn) 3 Sam Petrevski-Seton (Carlton) 3 Shane Mumford (GWS Giants) 3 Stefan Martin (Brisbane) 3 Steven Motlop (Geelong) 3 Toby Nankervis (Richmond) 3 Tom Hawkins (Geelong) 3 Brandon Matera (Gold Coast) 2 Caleb Daniel (Bulldogs) 2 Cameron Pedersen (Melbourne) 2 Christian Salem (Melbourne) 2 Cyril Rioli (Hawthorn) 2 Daniel Menzel (Geelong) 2 Daniel Rich (Brisbane) 2 Harry Taylor (Geelong) 2 Jack Darling (West Coast) 2 Jack Martin (Gold Coast) 2 Jared Polec (Port Adelaide) 2 Jobe Watson (Essendon) 2 Kade Simpson (Carlton) 2 Kane Lambert (Richmond) 2 Luke McDonald (North Melbourne) 2 Matt Priddis (West Coast) 2 Michael Barlow (Gold Coast) 2 Nic Newman (Sydney) 2 Patrick Cripps (Carlton) 2 Stephen Coniglio (GWS) 2 Stephen Hill (Fremantle) 2 Todd Goldstein (North Melbourne) 2 Tom Papley (Sydney) 2 Touk Miller (Gold Coast) 2 Zach Tuohy (Geelong) 2 Zak Jones (Sydney) 2 Matthew Boyd (Western Bulldogs) 2 Jade Gresham (St Kilda) 2 Alex Silvagni (Carlton) 1 Alex Witherden (Brisbane) 1 Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti (Essendon) 1 Ben Ainsworth (Gold Coast) 1 Ben McEvoy (Hawthorn) 1 Bradon Ellis (Richmond) 1 Cam McCarthy (Fremantle) 1 Charlie Curnow (Carlton) 1 Connor Blakely (Fremantle) 1 Curtly Hampton (Adelaide) 1 Dane Rampe (Sydney) 1 Drew Petrie (West Coast) 1 Jack Crisp (Collingwood) 1 Jack Watts (Melbourne) 1 Jake Lloyd (Sydney) 1 James Kelly (Essendon) 1 Jarrod Harbrow (Gold Coast) 1 Jason Johannisen (Bulldogs) 1 Jayden Hunt (Melbourne) 1 Jed Lamb (Carlton) 1 Jordan Murdoch (Geelong) 1 Josh Jenkins (Adelaide) 1 Koby Stevens (St Kilda) 1 Lachie Whitfield (GWS) 1 Liam Shiels (Hawthorn) 1 Luke Hodge (Hawthorn) 1 Mason Wood (North Melbourne) 1 Michael Johnson (Fremantle) 1 Mitch Robinson (Brisbane) 1 Mitch Wallis (Bulldogs) 1 Pearce Hanley (Gold Coast) 1 Ricky Henderson (Hawthorn) 1 Ryan Nyhuis (Fremantle) 1 Sam Powell-Pepper (Port Adelaide) 1 Sam Reid (Sydney) 1 Shannon Hurn (West Coast) 1 Tom Scully (GWS) 1 Will Hoskin-Elliott (Collingwood) 1 Previous Next Next Up: Season review: BRISBANE Previous Or choose a related article: AFL makes history: First Good Friday clash The Rover rss Updated at 12:22 a.m. ...
 
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Collingwood re-sign Nathan Buckley as coachSydney Morning Herald - Mon 28/8, 11:49AM
Jesse Hogan injured his hamstring and the Dees now risk missing the finals after a 16-point loss.
 
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Collingwood re-sign Nathan Buckley as coachThe Age - Mon 28/8, 10:59AM
Jesse Hogan injured his hamstring and the Dees now risk missing the finals after a 16-point loss.
 
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Magpies' Mason Cox staying mum on Collingwood futureThe Age - Sun 27/8, 10:14PM
Jesse Hogan injured his hamstring and the Dees now risk missing the finals after a 16-point loss.
 
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Magpies' Mason Cox staying mum on Collingwood futureSydney Morning Herald - Sun 27/8, 9:42PM
Jesse Hogan injured his hamstring and the Dees now risk missing the finals after a 16-point loss.
 


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