Luke Davies-Uniacke will remain in the blue and white until at least 2025 after signing a two-year contract extension.

Taken with pick No.4 in the 2017 AFL Draft, Davies-Uniacke made his debut for North Melbourne in the opening round of the 2018 season and currently sits on 71 games played.

After battling injuries during the beginning of his career, 2022 saw the agile No.9 explode and produce his best individual campaign yet. 


In Ben Cunnington's absence, the 23-year-old shouldered the extra responsibility with great aplomb alongside Jy Simpkin, averaging 24.9 disposals, 5.3 clearances and five inside 50s per game. 

A performance that perfectly encapsulated 'LDU's growth as a player was his stirring round 17 effort against eventual preliminary finalists Collingwood when he gathered 33 touches, 14 inside 50s, 12 clearances and 11 tackles.

Davies-Uniacke played 21 matches in 2022 and collected an impressive haul of awards on best and fairest night, claiming the Mazda Excellence and Shinboner of the Year honours while finishing runner-up in the Syd Barker Medal count. 


"Luke has rapidly become one of the club's most important players, there are plenty of examples of that throughout the season just gone," said head of football talent Brady Rawlings.

"We're ecstatic to have a player of his calibre commit to North Melbourne for another two years, he's such a terrific person to have at the club both on and off the field, and we know how much our members and fans have loved his recent rise as a footballer.

"We've got so much confidence in him, and we look forward to seeing him take his game to yet another level.


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