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Levi signs new deal

Carlton Football Club is pleased to confirm Levi Casboult has agreed to a new one-year deal that will see him remain at the Blues next season. 

The key forward played 20 games in 2016 and said he was pleased to have locked away the new contract ahead of the Club’s upcoming pre-season campaign.

“I’m grateful to the Club for giving me the opportunity to go around for another year,” Casboult said.

“As a team, we know we need to continue to evolve as a developing side, but collectively, I think we showed some exciting signs this year. 

“I’ve enjoyed working closely with Brendon Bolton and particularly forwards coach Shane Watson on the areas of my game that need improving, and will continue to work really hard this upcoming pre-season.”

Head of Football Andrew McKay said Casboult’s work to solidify his position as a key forward was pleasing.

“Levi made his way to the senior list after coming to the Club via the 2010 Rookie Draft and he is working as hard as anyone to build that consistency in his game,” McKay said.

“Another strong pre-season will give him the opportunity to improve his game further. We’re very pleased he has agreed to another year at the football club.”

Casboult arrived at Carlton via the 2010 Rookie Draft from the Dandenong Stingrays. He has kicked 71 goals from 72 games since his debut in Round 17, 2012.