Shelley Scott

Image DOB: 16 March 1988

Debut: Round 2, 2017 against Collingwood at Princes Park
Last MFC game: 2022 summer season Grand Final against Adelaide at Football Park

From: VU Western Spurs, selection #41 2016 AFLW Draft

Number: 12 (2017-2022 summer season)

Co-captain: 2019
Equal leading goalkicker - 2020
Best and fairest - 2020
Grand Final player - 2022 summer season

Games: 49 (67* total to end 2023)
Goals: 26 (38 total)
Career statistics

WinsDrawsLossesWinning %

Statistical categories led:
Most games and Most goals in number 12.
Former netballer drafted after a handful of games for the Western Spurs. Played all but one game of her first season, and was one of her side's top goalscorers.

Appeared in the same number of games in 2018 but kicked two less goals. Elevated to co-captain in 2019, playing a more defensive role and only registering one goal.

Returned to the forward line in 2020, was the side's equal leading goalkicker and won the best and fairest. After a career best 10 goals in 2021, Scott struggled to have a scoring impact the next year, kicking just two goals in 11 games. She was traded to Geelong at the end of the year, along with Jacqueline Parry for Jordan Ivey and ((2022 AFLW summer season National Draft|2022 summer season draft) selection #51, missing 50 games for the Demons by one match.

YearGamesGoalsAFL B&F
2017 650
2018 730
2019 710
2020 753
2021 11102
2022 1120


Round 7, 2018 Rough conduct

Near misses

melbournefc.com.au - 02/06/2022

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Created by Supermercado. Last Modification: Monday 27 November 2023 20:34:50 AEDT by Supermercado. (Version 28)

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