Patricia's place in Hawthorn history

By Rob Shaw
Updated November 1 2012 - 3:17pm, first published September 5 2007 - 7:11am

AS Hawthorn prepares to tackle its first finals series in six years, Patricia Whitecross recalls the day she changed the club's history.
The daughter of revered footballer Roy Cazaly can vividly recall her father coming home and asking his four daughters: "The Mayblooms is such a sissy name for men. What would you girls suggest?"
READ MORE ROB SHAW meets the woman who made the Hawks: Pages 6-7

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