The Hawks will make one change ahead of their Round 22 clash against the Western Bulldogs at UTAS Stadium in Tasmania on Saturday.
Tyler Brockman will come in for Dylan Moore (knee) as the team looks to carry on its recent momentum and record its third win in a row.
Brockman has played nine games at the senior level in his debut year, having most recently been the medical substitute in the Hawks win over Collingwood last week.
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Head of Football Rob McCartney said the decision to put Brockman in the starting 22 came after Moore pulled up sore following last Sunday’s win.
“It’s unfortunate to lose Moorey – he has shown plenty of promise as a small forward and has become a real shining light for us this year,” McCartney said.
“But we’re optimistic about the opportunity that comes with welcoming Brocky back into the team.
“He’s shown some really strong form in the VFL this season, and it’s great that he gets another chance to test himself at senior level and we’re excited to see further development in his game.
“We’re looking forward to hunting our third win in a row and we’re confident it will be a strong contest against the premiership contenders, the Bulldogs, a team we highly respect.
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