1925 Hawthorn Football Club season

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Hawthorn Football Club
1925 season
President J.W. Kennon
Coach Alex Hall
Captain(s) Jim Jackson
Home ground Glenferrie Oval
VFL season 3–14 (12th)
Finals series Did not qualify
Best and Fairest Fred Finch
Leading goalkicker Les Woodford (20)
Highest home attendance 20,000 (Round 1 vs. Richmond)
Lowest home attendance 6,000 (Round 11 vs. Melbourne)
Average home attendance 10,750

The 1925 Hawthorn Football Club season was the club's 1st season in the Victorian Football League. The club was allowed entry to join the VFL crossing over from the Victorian Football Association.

Roster[edit]

Hawthorn Football Club
Senior list Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain(s)
  • (vc) Vice captain(s)

Updated: 3 October 2016
Source(s): AFL Tables

Fixture[edit]

Premiership season[edit]

Rd Date and local time Opponent Scores (Hawthorn's scores indicated in bold) Venue Attendance Record
Home Away Result
1 Saturday, 2 May (2:45 pm) Richmond 5.8 (38) 11.11 (77) Lost by 39 points Glenferrie Oval (H) 20,000 0–1
2 Saturday, 9 May (2:45 pm) St Kilda 17.12 (114) 8.12 (60) Lost by 54 points Junction Oval (A) 12,000 0–2
3 Saturday, 16 May (2:45 pm) Collingwood 9.11 (65) 11.16 (82) Lost by 17 points Glenferrie Oval (H) 13,000 0–3
4 Saturday, 23 May (2:45 pm) Carlton 10.10 (70) 6.13 (49) Lost by 21 points Princes Park (A) 10,000 0–4
5 Saturday, 30 May (2:45 pm) Footscray 10.14 (74) 8.10 (58) Won by 16 points Glenferrie Oval (H) 10,000 1–4
6 Saturday, 6 June (2:45 pm) North Melbourne 8.13 (61) 8.9 (57) Lost by 4 points Arden Street Oval (A) 7,000 1–5
7 Saturday, 13 June (2:45 pm) Geelong 15.11 (101) 7.7 (49) Lost by 52 points Corio Oval (A) 11,000 1–6
8 Saturday, 20 June (2:45 pm) Essendon 9.7 (61) 10.14 (74) Lost by 31 points Glenferrie Oval (H) 10,000 1–7
9 Saturday, 27 June (2:45 pm) South Melbourne 15.14 (104) 5.7 (37) Lost by 67 points Lake Oval (A) 10,000 1–8
10 Saturday, 11 July (2:45 pm) Fitzroy 19.11 (125) 5.11 (41) Lost by 84 points Brunswick Street Oval (A) 8,000 1–9
11 Saturday, 18 July (2:45 pm) Melbourne 6.10 (46) 14.18 (102) Lost by 56 points Glenferrie Oval (H) 6,000 1–10
12 Saturday, 1 August (2:45 pm) Richmond 6.11 (47) 3.11 (29) Lost by 18 points Punt Road Oval (A) 10,000 1–11
13 Saturday, 8 August (2:45 pm) St Kilda 8.11 (59) 8.8 (56) Won by 3 points Glenferrie Oval (H) 10,000 2–11
14 Saturday, 22 August (2:45 pm) Collingwood 11.18 (84) 8.12 (60) Lost by 24 points Victoria Park (A) 6,000 2–12
15 Saturday, 29 August (2:45 pm) Carlton 7.10 (52) 11.14 (80) Lost by 28 points Glenferrie Oval (H) 9,000 2–13
16 Saturday, 5 September (2:45 pm) Footscray 15.10 (100) 10.10 (70) Lost by 30 points Western Oval (A) 8,000 2–14
17 Saturday, 12 September (2:45 pm) North Melbourne 7.13 (55) 4.6 (30) Won by 25 points Glenferrie Oval (H) 8,000 3–14
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Ladder[edit]

1925 VFL Ladder
Team P W L D PF PA % Pts
1 Geelong (P) 17 15 2 0 1564 1024 152.73 60
2 Essendon 17 13 4 0 1271 1065 119.34 52
3 Melbourne 17 12 4 1 1273 919 138.52 50
4 Collingwood 17 12 5 0 1377 1083 127.15 48
5 Fitzroy 17 12 5 0 1292 1028 125.68 48
6 St Kilda 17 8 9 0 1116 1120 99.64 32
7 Richmond 17 6 10 1 981 1131 86.74 26
8 South Melbourne 17 6 11 0 1089 1271 85.68 24
9 Carlton 17 5 12 0 1066 1349 79.02 20
10 North Melbourne 17 5 12 0 1030 1370 75.18 20
11 Footscray 17 4 13 0 1132 1368 82.75 16
12 Hawthorn 17 3 14 0 902 1365 66.08 12
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points for, PA = Points against

References[edit]

  1. ^ "AFL Tables - 1925 Season Scores". afltables.com. Retrieved 13 September 2016.