© 2019 Hawthorn Amateur Football Club

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THE CLUB

HISTORY

 

The Hawthorn Amateur Football Club was reformed in 1995 after the Hawthorn Citizens folded due to lack of players in 1989. A number of past Hawthorn Citz players consisting of Ed Sill, Rod Lord, Jamie Law, Bob Lovich, Steve Timewell and Glen Stallworthy started the Hawthorn Amateurs with one team in 1995. Numbers and support quickly grew and the Reserves team was formed in 1997. We grew to three teams with the inception of the Spartans Club 18 side in 2011. In 2017, the Club entered a fourth team in the inaugural VAFA Women's Competition who went on to become the first ever VAFA Women's Premiership team. The Club will field an Under 19s team for the first time in 2020.

PREMIERSHIPS

 

Senior Men | 1998

Senior Women | 2017 | 2018

Reserve Men | 2014 | 2018

Thirds | 2013 | 2015 | 2016 | 2018 | 2019

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HONOUR BOARDS

 
 

2020 COMMITTEE

Sam Waldron

PRESIDENT

Tim Jensen

PARTNERSHIPS MANAGER

Pat Clancey

GENERAL MANAGER

Sarah Delbosc

VICE-PRESIDENT

Phil Avery

HEAD OF

FOOTBALL

Sarah Ward

PLAYER WELFARE MANAGER

Peter Kennedy

TREASURER

Emily Scott

MARKETING MANAGER

Matt Tanis

SECRETARY

George Demetriou

SPARTANS MANAGER

 

POLICIES