Sunday, 3 December 2023

Illawarra Hawks fail to finish 2022 on a high with loss to Perth Wildcats

Jordan Warren
Updated December 31 2022 - 7:20pm, first published 7:00pm
Hawks' co-captain Sam Froling led the charge but the side came up short against Perth. Picture by Wesley Lonergan
Hawks' co-captain Sam Froling led the charge but the side came up short against Perth. Picture by Wesley Lonergan

The Hawks have failed to finish off 2022 in style in front of their home fans with a 107-97 loss to Perth which means the side finish the year on a six match losing run.

Jordan Warren

Jordan Warren

Sports Journalist

From the Illawarra my whole life, I have a passion for sports writing. Favourite sports include football, cricket and rugby league. Career highlights include covering the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup and the 2022 UCI Cycling World Championships in Wollongong. I cover a range of sports, mainly football, but have written about rugby league, rugby union, racing, basketball, volleyball, Aussie Rules, cricket, mixed martial arts plus more. Particularly enjoy providing the latest updates to local fans of the Wolves, Illawarra Premier League (men's and women's) as well as the District League.

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