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By MARK HEENAN

Drysdale Football Club unveiled five new recruits at Hawks’ pre-season training last week.
New recruits include Drysdale playing assistant coach Daniel Jull (St Mary’s), Jarrod Love (Bell Park), Josh Walsh (Old Collegians), Adam Nolan (St Mary’s) and Seb Wild, who returns to the club.
Wild, who was a member of the Drysdale senior premiership team in 2010, last played at the Hawks in 2011.
Drysdale Football Club coach Wade Chapman said Wild would help boost the club’s big man stocks.
“Seb (Wild) played in the 2010 BFL premiership under me,” Chapman said.
“He brings a bit of experience.
“He is six foot four, he is versatile and plays anywhere on the ground.”
Up to 35 Hawks players hit the training track on Wednesday 18 November when the Voice was on hand to take images.
The Hawks who have been training twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays, went back to pre-season on 11 November.
Chapman said the focus of pre-season would concentrate on fitness.
“I have made pretty clear we want to be very fit,” Chapman said.
“If you are fit, it is very young group here, and as I said to them at the first session expect a hard pre-season.”

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