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Scott Reed debuts for Collingwood

posted Feb 16, 2011, 10:27 PM by Blues Admin
Former Blues player Scott Reed made his top grade debut for Collingwood in the NAB Cup on Saturday against Carlton and Richmond.  Reed, 20, made an impressive start to his first grade career, playing most of both NAB Cup games at full forward.
 
Reed played for The Entrance Bateau Bay Blues as a junior until the end of the 2006 season, after which he played seniors for Pennant Hills in Sydney.  He was drafted as a rookie by Collingwood at the end of 2008, and has played in the VFL for the last two seasons.
 
The rise of Scott Reed from Central Coast junior to Collingwood superstar is a shining example to our other juniors that it is indeed possible, with a lot of hard work and determination, to make it to the big time.
 
Read more about Scott at his official player profile on the Collingwood website.
 
 
Above: Collingwood's Scott Reed (38) makes a great tackle on Richmond's Matthew White.
 
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