Dan Shaw is hoping someone else will become Moe Hawk. Picture: ADAM McLEANAfter almost four years making Moe Hawk and Tomma Hawk come to life, the two unsung heroes of Wollongong basketball are hanging up the feathers.
Dan Shaw and his good mate Peter Nicolls, the charismatic men inside the NBL mascot suits, are reluctantly passing off their alter egos due to the demands of their official day jobs.
“We can’t thank Dan and Peter enough for all they’ve done to help bring Moe and Tomma to life,” Hawks general manager Mili Simic said yesterday.
“They’ve been a great part of our game night team and we’re looking forward to finding a couple more young and energetic performers to help bring our Hawks mascots to life this season.”
So the search is now on for the new Moe Hawk and Tomma Hawk. “Our mascots are an integral part of our game night experience,” Mr Simic said.
“Kids and adults alike love the interaction that Moe and Tomma have with them, the friendly gestures, cool dance moves and their ability to make everyone laugh have really cemented them as the real heroes of our game.”
Candidates auditioning for the roles should consider this: Moe Hawk is the younger, cheekier and more mischievous Hawk of the nest, always playing games.
Tomma Hawk is the older, wiser brother and protector of the nest.
He’s not keen on intruders coming into the Snakepit and bringing down his team.
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