Hawthorn Cricket Club Senior & Junior Premiership Team Photos

Dating back to 1981/82. The Club was called West Hawthorn prior to 2002/03.




Hawthorn 1st XI Premiership Team defeated Mulgrave at Rathmines Reserve to win the A-Turf Flag after dropping down from Wright Shield the previous season.

Chasing 149 on a rain affected pitch a 120 run partnership between MoM Robert Ryan (62*) and Ollie Chauhan (46) guided the team to a comfortable victory for Skipper Dale Wilkinson. Leading wicket taker was Nigel Van Der Wert with 3/21 with the other wickets evenly shared.



Hawthorn 5th XI Premiership Team break through in LOC 2 to claim their first Premiership ending a 20 season drought.

They stifled top side Waverley Wanderers all out for 136 and Channa's boys crossed the finish line 8 down in a tense finish.



Hawthorn 4th XI Premiership Team win the G-Turf Flag and HCC's 15th senior premiership! They bundled out Mazanod OC for only 56 with Nirman Choksi taking 5/6 and Amit Gupta 4/22. In reply the Hawks posted 8/152.

Sweet revenge for Captain Cory McGeary after the previous year's loss in the F-Turf Grand Final.



Hawthorn Under 12 C-Grade Kwasny Shield Premiership Team had a fantastic year finishing top of the ladder with 8 wins and 2 losses. A slightly higher percentage gave them the Premiership ahead of Burwood Uniting Canterbury.

There are no finals at Under 12s level.

Coach - Kieran O'Brian




Hawthorn Under 14 B2 Premiership Team made an impressive 4/242 against STC Sth. Camberwell at Nettleton Park. The boys held STC to 6/202 to win the Flag.

Coach - Damian Kristof
Captain - Ben Bromell




Hawthorn Under 16 Blue Premiership Team celebrated a tense fight back in Un16s B to defeat Manningham at Rieschieks Reserve by 24 runs.

Coach - Marcus Tilley / Michael Yole
Captain - Tom Kerr


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Hawthorn 3rd XI Premiership Team break their Premiership duck in E-Turf after 11 finals appearances in 30 years.
They defeated Mulgrave at Mont Albert Reserve by 4 wickets.
Long awaited success for captain Liam Routledge.




The 2nd Hawthorn Under 12s Premiership Team in Under 12B Grade under the coaching of Stephen Yole (right) and assisted by Darryl Baker (left)
contained 3 future seniors players in Oliver Murray, Angus McIlroy and Adam Coloretti.





Hawthorn 1st XI Premiership Team
lead by Mehul Somaia, claim their second A-Grade Turf 'Wright Shield' in 4 years defeating Old Carey  at Surrey Park.



Hawthorn 2nd XI Premiership Team claim the C-Turf Flag against Donvale at Surrey Park, ending a two year run of Grand Final losses at the same venue for the club.
Brad Alcock was the successful captain.


Celebrating a new era as Hawthorn Cricket Club, the 1st XI  celebrated with the A-Grade Turf Premiership 'Wright Shield' after defeating arch rivals North Balwyn in a low scoring affair in Mulgrave.
This was Mick Torriero's second time around as the 1st XI captain and his first flag in 20 years with the club.




The 4th XI won their 2nd Flag in three seasons against Camberwell Salvation Army in B1-Synthetic Grade at Frog Hollow by 26 runs. Once again the team was skippered by Jerry Tylas.


West Hawthorn 4th XI led by skipper Jerry Tylas, win their first Premiership after 14 seasons of competition. The match was at Leigh Park against Glen Iris United in C-Grade Synthetic.


West Hawthorn 2nd XI skippered by Club legend Mark Fitzpatrick, win the C-Turf Grand Final against Bulleen.

Andrew Tongue
scored his maiden century for the Club during the match at Tormore Reserve.


West Hawthorn Under 12s win their first Under 12B Grade flag. The team boasted some famous family names in Nick Kozeniauskas and Michael Yole. Graeme Yole was the Team Manager. 


West Hawthorn 1st XI Premiers in A-Grade Turf famously defeated Burwood at Essex Heights Reserve. In trouble chasing 166, Captain Jon Kozeniauskas (180 n.o.) lead the side to an invincible total of 351. This was West Hawthorn's 2nd Flag for their 1XI and broke a 24 year drought after their maiden 1957/58 Premiership.