A home-grown talent, Lewis Stevenson has enshrined his name in Club legend, thanks to more than tens years of service, which has brought about two pieces of silverware.
Lewis is a left-sided player who can operate at left-back or in the midfield, and he made his debut in 2005 away to Ayr United in the League Cup - a competition that would make his name two years later. In the thumping 5-1 win against Kilmarnock, a 19-year old Lewis won Man of the Match after an impressive midfield showing.
Since then, his consistent performances have seen him included in the plans of every manager he has played under, with his dogged determination and willingness to succeed helping the Club to victory.
His maiden Hibernian goal arrived in 2011 against Inverness Caledonian Thistle, with his strikes proving to be a rarity, with only six more to his name since then.
Lewis' battling qualities were influential in the 2015/16 season, which saw Hibernian reach the League Cup Final and the William Hill Scottish Cup Final - which saw him become the first player to win both the League Cup and Scottish Cup with the Club.
His performances were key in Hibernian's strong defensive showing in the 2016/17 season under Neil Lennon, which again saw Lewis lifting another trophy in the Club's colours.
A two-year contract extension was signed in the summer of 2017, and he was awarded a testimonial, organised by the Lewis Stevenson Testimonial Committee.
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