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Geelong Cats’ Tom Hawkins all clear for game v Richmond Tigers


Coleman medallist Tom Hawkins admits the thought of what would have happened if the minor sore throat he contracted early in the week was the forerunner of a COVID-19 diagnosis on the eve of the 2020 grand final briefly ran through his mind.

But after easing the anxiety of AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan by testing negative to the coronavirus, the 32-year-old will join teammates at Southport for their main training session on Wednesday and is certain to play against Richmond on Saturday.

Tom Hawkins had a scare when he was isolated after reporting a sore throat earlier this week.

Tom Hawkins had a scare when he was isolated after reporting a sore throat earlier this week.Credit:Getty Images

“I did think briefly [about COVID-19] but the symptoms of just a sore throat were pretty isolated,” Hawkins said on Wednesday. Queensland had one case…



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