Lewis Hogg
Rovers apps (gls)1:74 (3)
Date of birth:13 September 1982
Place of birth:Bristol
Height:5 ft 9 in
Date joined:August 1999
Joined from:Youth
Date left:June 2003
1 League appearances and goals only.

Lewis Hogg is a midfielder who came through the Rovers youth system, breaking into the first team squad in the 1999-00 season. He didn't make any first team appearances in his first season as a pro, but became a regular in the Rovers midfield in his second year, and was given the club captaincy by boss Garry Thompson. He remained with the club until being released in the summer of 2003, whereupon he joined Conference side Barnet for half a season.

In all, he played 74 league and 17 cup games for Rovers, scoring three times in the league and three in cup competition.

Post-Rovers careerEdit

Lewis joined Barnet in 2003, and spent half a season playing for them, before dropping down a division to join Weston-super-Mare in December 2003. He spent two and a half years at Weston, making a total of 103 appearances and scoring twelve goals, until joining Bath City in 2006.

After six years with The Romans Lewis turned down the offer of a new contract from them in 2012, opting instead to join Gloucester City.

Career statsEdit

1999–00Bristol Rovers 00
2000–01Bristol Rovers 343
2001–02Bristol Rovers 230
2002–03Bristol Rovers 170
2003–04Barnet 161
2003–04Weston-super-Mare ??
2004–05Weston-super-Mare ??
2005–06Weston-super-Mare ??
2006–07Bath City 4013
2007–08Bath City 316
2008–09Bath City ??
2009–10Bath City ??
2010–11Bath City 202
2011–12Bath City 421
2012–13Gloucester City 333

Record against RoversEdit

Lewis has never played in a competitive first team fixture against Bristol Rovers.

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