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Player Freddy Lussick

Full Name
Frederick Lussick
Date of Birth
Aug 28, 2000
Birth Location
Beacon Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Nationality
  1. 🇦🇺 Australia
Height (cm)
180 cm
Weight (kg)
84 kg
Position/s
  1. Hooker
Warrior #
270
Warriors Debut Date
May 14, 2022
Warriors Debut Details
May 14 2022, Round 10 vs South Sydney Rabbitohs at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Warriors Years Active
  1. 2022
  2. 2023
  3. 2024
Signed From
Sydney Roosters
Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddy_Lussick
Rugby League Project
https://www.rugbyleagueproject.org/players/freddy-lussick/summary.html
NameFreddy Lussick
Born28 August 2000 (Sydney, New South Wales)
Height180cm
Weight84kg
PositionHooker
Warriors Player Number#270
Warriors DebutRound 10 vs. South Sydney Rabbitohs, 14 May 2022
Warriors Career2022-
Representative-
Junior ClubBeacon Hill Bears
Previous ClubSydney Roosters, St. George Illawarra Dragons
NRL DebutRound 15 vs Wests Tigers, 22 August 2020 (Sydney Roosters)

Freddy Lussick (born 28 August 2000) is a professional rugby league footballer who plays as a hooker for the New Zealand Warriors in the National Rugby League (NRL).

He previously played for the Sydney Roosters and the St. George Illawarra Dragons in the NRL.

Freddy is the youngest brother of professional rugby league players, Darcy Lussick and Joey Lussick.

Before making his first grade debut for the Sydney Roosters, Lussick played in the 💙 Mighty NSW Cup for North Sydney.

Lussick made his first grade debut in round 15 of the 2020 NRL season for the Sydney Roosters against the Wests Tigers.

Lussick made his debut for St. George Illawarra Dragons in Round 24 for a loan deal replacing Andrew McCullough. He did 2 offloads and thirty one tackles for St. George Illawarra. He ran a total of 57 meters. Lussick only got 32 Fantasy Points in NRL Fantasy. Lussick lost both of his games in Round 24 and 25.

Lussick made a total of 11 appearances for the New Zealand Warriors in the 2022 NRL season as they finished 15th on the table.

Lussick played 14 games for the New Zealand Warriors in the 2023 NRL season as the club finished 4th on the table and qualified for the finals. Lussick played in the clubs qualifying final loss against Penrith.


Picked up midway through 2022 for the rest of the campaign, Lussick subsequently had his contract extended to the end of the 2024 NRL season.

Lussick had made nine appearances for the Sydney Roosters and two as a loan player to the St George Illawarra Dragons before joining the One New Zealand Warriors.

He had 11 outings for the club last year, his first as One New Zealand Warrior #270 off the bench in the 30-32 Magic Round loss to South Sydney at Suncorp Stadium.

He was again used off the bench the following week against the Dragons before starting against the Newcastle Knights in round 12.

He’s the youngest of three Lussick brothers to fashion NRL careers. The eldest of them Darcy played 117 NRL games in total for Manly Warringah and Parramatta from 2011 to 2017 before playing for the Toronto Wolfpack and then the Salford Red Devils. Hooker Joey had one game for Manly in 2017, spent three seasons with Salford in England, returned to the NRL to play nine times for Parramatta and is now back in England with champion side St Helens.



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Screenshot from the official Warriors site of Freddy Lussick bio as of 17/10/2023...
 
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We'll need him to develop this year coming because Egan can't have many head knocks left in him. But more on Freddy, I like him. Seems like a proper hooker not a prop/centre/lock/wing/fullback type hooker.

Hope he kicks on here.
Came to congratulate him on his new contract and say what I said above. Egan is number one but is so beat up Lussick is our only hope. Well he's next in line
 
Came to congratulate him on his new contract and say what I said above. Egan is number one but is so beat up Lussick is our only hope. Well he's next in line
He's a good defender, no doubt. Paul Roache has a less laboured pass, but given that he's still listed on the Warriors homepage as a five-eighth and doesn't have a photo, maybe they don't take his dummy half-ing seriously...
 

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