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Lucock holds a unique position in the club's history as the only player to ever come from the club’s mini rugby section when it used to be run out of Chandos Park at the formation of the club.
He earned a new two-year contract ahead of the 2014-15 season after having an impressive start to the previous campaign before injury cut short his involvement. Lucock had started the opening nine games of the season before a knee injury proved a major setback for the young centre.
In 2014-15 he was one of the stars of the team for Carnegie, missing just one game over the campaign and earning the honour of Carnegie Player of the Season. He followed this up with a further 24 appearances during the 2015-16 season, featuring in both of the side’s play off games. He was an almost ever present during the 2016-17 campaign and played in both play off final legs against London Irish, when the team almost clinched promotion back to the top flight.
A Leeds-lad, Lucock made his Carnegie debut against Rotherham in 2011 having been promoted to the senior squad ahead of the Championship season. He went onto appear 20 times for the first team, helping the team to a play-off finish.
In the 2012-13 season he made his first appearance in the opener against Nottingham and registered his first try in the away fixture against Plymouth.
During the 2017-18 season, he became only the sixth player in the club's history to make 100 league appearances for the club and he remains a mainstay of the first team squad having agreed a new deal for 2018-19.
He attended Allerton Grange High School and it was his dad who introduced him to rugby, taking him Chandos when he was six after a friend from school invited him along.