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Focus on '14: Lukas Webb Season Review

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2014 Bulldogs draftee Lukas Webb addresses the media during a Western Bulldogs press conference at Whitten Oval, Melbourne on December 02, 2014. (Photo: Michael Willson/AFL Media)
Lukas Webb averaged 17 disposals in seven matches at TAC Cup level.

Season in short:

Attending Caulfield Grammar, he split his 2014 between playing school, TAC Cup and U18 National Championships football.

Left-footed utility Webb, is strong overhead and an excellent kick. He averaged 15 touches, three marks and two goals at 72 per cent efficiency in five games in NAB AFL Under-18 Championships.

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Webb had an outstanding final match for Vic Country during the national championships, kicking four goals from 16 disposals and taking six marks at Etihad Stadium. 

Webb averaged 17 disposals in seven matches at TAC Cup level, and finished sixth in the agility run (8.28 sec) at NAB AFL Draft Combine.

 

The stat that mattered:

In five games at the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, Webb kicked eight goals and had a disposal efficiency of 72 per cent.

 

What they said:

“He’s a beautiful left-foot kick, can play midfield, half-forward. We see he’s got some attributes to play back line as well, with his kicking efficiency.

“He’s had a pretty good year, his nationals was probably his best footy.” – Bulldogs Recruiting Manger Simon Dalrymple.