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Luke Beveridge - Western Bulldogs Senior Coach

Luke Beveridge was appointed as the Western Bulldogs Senior Coach in November, 2014.

Beveridge spent the three years (2012-2014) preceding his appointment at the Kennel as backline coach at back-to-back Premiers Hawthorn, and had been appointed Director of Coaching at St Kilda for the 2015 season before accepting the Bulldogs role.

Prior to that, the 44-year-old held the position of Development Manager at Collingwood, where he played a key role in their 2010 AFL Premiership, and before that was a triple premiership coach at VAFA club St Bede’s/Mentone from 2006-2008.

In an AFL playing career spanning 11 years, Beveridge played 31 games with the Bulldogs from 1993-95, and finished with a career tally of 118 games which included stints at Melbourne and St Kilda.

A strong football pedigree runs through Beveridge’s veins, his grandfather Jack played in four successive VFL premierships for Collingwood between 1927 and 1930, while father John has been a key figure in St Kilda’s recruiting department for close to three decades.