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Hawthorn overran the Western Bulldogs, but there was plenty to like for both sides



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HAWTHORN was missing star forwards Jack Gunston and Chad Wingard, but the Hawks found the firepower to notch a comeback win over the Western Bulldogs in Wednesday’s practice game.
The Hawks trailed at every change in the first official hit-out of the pre-season, but struck back in the final term to run over the top of the Bulldogs by 15 points.
The 15.7 (97) to 12.10 (82) win should be a fillip for the Hawks as they aim to rise from last year’s 15th position on the ladder, overcoming the more experienced…

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