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Two-time Box Hill B&F winner, key defender among four axed by Hawks

David Mirra played just 11 games for the Hawks over two seasons. All pictures: AFL Photos - AFL,Hawthorn Hawks,Delistings,Retirements,Kaiden Brand,David Mirra,Teia Miles,Game,News,Update
David Mirra played just 11 games for the Hawks over two seasons. All pictures: AFL Photos

FRINGE defenders Kaiden Brand and David Mirra are among four players delisted by Hawthorn on Thursday.

Teia Miles and Darren Minchington were also told they would not be offered contracts for the 2020 season.

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Tim Mohr has also announced his retirement, finishing his career on 48 AFL games.

Picked up in last year's rookie draft after six seasons at Greater Western Sydney, Mohr's season was over before it began when he dislocated his knee in a VFL practice match in March.

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"It's obviously a disappointing way for Tim to finish his AFL career," general manager of football Graham Wright said. 

"However, the way he has carried himself around the club and set an example for his teammates has been commendable."

A former Box Hill captain and two-time winner of the club's best and fairest award, Mirra played 11 games over two seasons with the Hawks including just four in 2019.

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Brand appears to have been squeezed out after the Hawks picked up Sam Frost from Melbourne during the Telstra AFL Trade Period. He played 43 matches in the brown and gold after his debut in 2016.

Veteran premiership players Paul Puopolo and Ryan Schoenmakers are yet to learn their fates.

Defender Kaiden Brand has been delisted after 43 games in the brown and gold.