Tom Hawkins

  • PLAYER DETAILS (FF #39517)
    AFL Status
    Position: Forward
    Team: Geelong
    Number: 26
    Birthdate: 27 Jul 1988
    Height: 197cm
    Weight: 105kg
    Recruited: Melbourne Grammar
    State: VIC
    Debut: 2007, R2 vs CA
    Games: 204
    Goals: 409
    List: senior
    Selection: In In

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    Raw statistics
    2074.4$00.0 (+74)
    $Δ wk (yr)SelectionsBreakeven
    $0 (-$364,000)2.87% 3,633 (+3,633)69

    2074.4$00.0 (+74)
    $Δ wk (yr)SelectionsBreakeven
    $0 (-$380,800)1.55% 248 (+248)0

    2082.4$00.0 (+82)
    $Δ wk (yr)SelectionsBreakeven
    $0 (-$430,000)2.05% 4,087 (+4,087)86
    MoneyballFWD $6,800
    Top 8 FantasyFWD $9.25K
    FWD $10,850

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    Year Rnd Opponent Ground DT SC
    201624spearhead HawthornMCG6693
    201623target spearhead MelbourneKardinia97128
    201622news spearhead BrisbaneGabba7586
    201621missing spearhead RichmondMCG6698
  • FANFOOTY INSIGHTS - Insights on Tom Hawkins (requires FanFooty Premium account)
    news Hawkins won't hawk himself
    NEWS: Tom Hawkins says he will...
    ANALYSIS: Hawkins has only missed three...
    Source: AFL, Fri 16/1, 8:58PM
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    SC369189668514069519279103 7355 6663112851039886128
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    Y! = Yahoo!7. FR = Footy Rocks. GS = Goalsneak (Footy Challenge).
  • CAREER FANTASY STATISTICS (since 1979, home & away) - view entire career for Tom Hawkins
    2007GE940645.146751.82 : 12.3 : 154%0.7
    2008GE1058358.369769.71.4 : 12.3 : 172%1.1
    2009GE21141767.4150171.41.1 : 12 : 166%0.6
    2010GE15106971.2117578.31 : 1.22.1 : 166%0.9
    2011GE1592061.3104469.61.3 : 12.5 : 160%2
    2012GE21166979.4199294.82.5 : 11.9 : 163%0.7
    2013GE20112956.4133366.61.9 : 12.2 : 171%0.8
    2014GE22169376.9191787.12.8 : 11.8 : 163%0.6
    2015GE19124865.6151379.62.8 : 12.1 : 169%1
    2016GE21158575.4177084.22.4 : 12.2 : 163%1.2
    Career1731171967.71340977.51.8 : 12.1 : 165%0.9
  • CAREER STATISTICAL AVERAGES (since 1979, home & away)
    massive fudge packer. - S_Coach99 - 40 months ago
    his time has come a deadset star - longsta34 - 53 months ago
    This guy had a great finals series let alone Grand Final! Stop bagging him Colly Wobbles! He played well when it really counted throughout the entire finals - DuhWinning - 58 months ago
    His name is Robert Paulson. - AndyJ - 58 months ago
    sometimes the ball bounces off his boobs when he goes for a chest mark - S_Coach99 - 58 months ago
    So your calling the 3rd quarter "the dying stages"?. Interesting. Yes Reid was hampered with an injury, Like a true pro tomahawk took every advantage of the situation and provided the target Geelong required to win the game. Yes, he missed some easy goals .. kicking 3.3. Slotting those 3 gettable behinds through for goals could have bagged him a norm smith medal. - AndyJ - 58 months ago
    Where you watching the GF? See who he was playing on? When toma kicked most of his goal in the dying stages, Ben Reid could hardly jog, let alone run and make a spoil. Mick waited until toma had already bagged a few before he played another man on him. Sorry, but hawkins was just lucky he was playing on an injured Reid. - Turkies - 58 months ago
    So much negativity towards the tomahawk. Yet no concessions how influential his grandfinal performance was? .. Good tall forwards dont grow on trees. Keep it up Tom! - AndyJ - 58 months ago
    Shouldn't he be given more than three weeks suspension since he accidentally kneed Toovey is the head? Wouldn't be surprised with how flowered the AFL has become - watty - 64 months ago
    they can go to him but he's still a spud - S_Coach99 - 66 months ago
    Will have a huge 2011. Geelong's go to forward this year. Pods and Moons injured. Watch this living Ken Doll dominate - fivestarmd - 66 months ago
    This guy is the biggest underperforming spud. Pods kicks his ass any day of the week. He will be dropped for either Rooke or stokes (when he can come back) soon. - SC ADDICT - 76 months ago
    Wow, after his year and finals, 'tnucu' must feel stupid after that comment, Wojak is important but while the Cats are winning with Hawkins in the forward line, he is being fast tracked to become a great forward, I feel I should mention that his stats are also better then J.Brown at his age.. - Pooh - 79 months ago
    i really dont believe tom hawkins deserves to be playing in the seniors, i feel he needs more development in the reserves and if he can bag maybe half a dozen goals consistantly then maybe they should consider to move him into the pro league. there are so many other players that deserve to be there before him especially wojinski. I am a cats supporter and believe franklin is a one of a kind player and would love to have him in the cats side. i truly believe the cats forward are strugglin because they have to carry him. he is a big boy but doesnt use his size to an advantage. he rarely wins in contested marks. just soft and not aggressive, and definitely not hungary enough for the ball. bring back wojinski. - tnucu - 86 months ago
    biggest spud ever, cost geelong the game agaisnt saints - bluesystem - 86 months ago
    3 goals straight vs D.Glass is alot better than many other so called "talented footballers" achieve. Tomahawk is a work in progress. - AndyJ - 87 months ago
    Tom Hawkins. What a SPUD. One of only three key forwards at Geelong, and he can't get a goal! - Jim Bean - 87 months ago
    He needs to learn to convert set shots to goals if he wants to justify his salary, letalone be considered a "talented" footballer. - wh1tebaron - 88 months ago
    Tomahawk is a jnr version of C Mooney. Nothing really exceptional about him. Just a big body that feeds the little bald bloke! - twinks - 89 months ago
    Let's all calm down lol... I'm a geelong supporter but I know full well that Lance Franklin is one of the best... but I do agree I don't think he will get much better, but that's still good for him he's already quite good. Tomahawk gonna get much better, he has been quite unlucky and anyone can see that even without being a supporter of the cats. Don't really think he will become a star or anything but he does have that potential if things go his way AND he works hard for it. - renuo - 89 months ago