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Canterbury five-eighth Lachlan Lewis.

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have continued the development of their squad for next year by re-signing exciting halfback Lachlan Lewis for a further two years.

The nephew of the great Wally Lewis, Lachlan has transitioned into the Bulldogs NRL side this season with some excellent performances that have showed strength in defence and a vision to play what is ahead of him.

Lewis: I ran out there and had so much fun

Bulldogs Chief Executive Andrew Hill was delighted at being able to secure Lewis' services for another two years:

"Despite being only 21 years of age, Lachie has shown that he has the desire and ability to be a big part of our club going forward. He has transitioned well into our NRL squad in recent weeks and his signing is a positive sign for what lies ahead for the club, as well as another important stage of our recruitment process for next season."

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