It's one of the most memorable after the siren goals - and games in general - in recent memory.
After an incredible game, and with Hawthorn on the verge of breaking their losing streak against Geelong, in stepped Tom Hawkins.
Geelong moved the ball straight up the corridor with 30 seconds left in the game, from Mitch Duncan to Stevie Johnson who found Joel Selwood in the centre circle, taking a strong contested mark.
He hit up Hawkins, who'd kicked five to that point, on the lead, 50 metres out.
Hawkins, backing himself in, strolled in and roosted a massive set shot just after the siren that strolled straight through the middle, helping the Cats to an incredible win.
Here's how Triple M called it!
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