It was another excellent year from Breust in 2016, who produced a fifth-consecutive 40+ goal season and continued his excellent partnerships with Cyril Rioli and Paul Puopolo.
The three-time premiership player continued to mix forward line duties with time in the midfield, averaging 15.7 disposals and nearly two goals per game.
- BirthplaceTemora, NSW
- PositionSmall Forward
- Draft Pick2009 Rookie Draft / Pick: #47
- Career HighlightsAFL Premiership Player 2013, 2014, 2015
- All Australian 2014
- AFL Best 22 Under 22 Team 2012, 2013
- Hawthorn Most Promising Player 2012
- AFL Rising Star Nominee 2011
With one round of the AFL Home and Away season remaining both Luke Breust and captain Jarryd Roughead share equal first on the Hawks goal kicking tally. Both players have kicked 33 goals so far with swingman Jack Gunston in third place having kicked 19 goals to date in 2017. (Roughead and Breust celebrating a…
Two second half goals from Luke Breust, including the sealer with a nice dribble kick goal from tight on the boundary has helped Hawthorn to a gritty win at the MCG on Sunday afternoon against the more fancied Pies.The Hawks now find themselves in finals contention and leave the Pies languishing in 15th position. Despite…
Tonight against arch rival Sydney, Luke Breust will become the fastest ever Hawthorn player to reach 150 games and the second faster in AFL history. Beginning his AFL career as a rookie, Luke has now won three premierships, been named All-Australian and has his own crowd chant. Luke typifies where hard work and determination can…