Curtis Scott Australian professional rugby league footballer know all about Curtis Scott Family, Net Worth, Professional Career, Wife, Children
|Birthdate ( Age)||12 October 1997|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Marital Status||Not Married Yet|
|Spouse/Partner||Tay Clark ( Ex.Girlfriend)|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
|Education||Endeavour Sports High School People|
|Profession||Australian professional rugby league footballer|
|Net Worth||$2.5 million|
Curtis Scott is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who played as a centre for the Canberra Raiders in the NRL.He previously played for the Melbourne Storm in the National Rugby League and has played at representative level for the Prime Minister’s XIII.
Scott was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He was educated at Endeavour Sports High School, Caringbah and represented 2015 Australian Schoolboys.Curtis played his junior rugby league for the Bundeena Bushrangers and Cronulla-Caringbah JRLFC, before being signed by the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.
Curtis Scott Family
Curtis Scott is not Married Yet.Previously Scott had a relationship with Tay Clark.They attended Endeavour Sports High School.But in 2019 the are separated as per source.
Curtis Scott Wife
Curtis Scott is not married yet and there is not much information about his personal life and relationship status on social media.
Curtis Scott Net Worth
Curtis Scott is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who has an estimated Net Worth of between $2.5 million in 2022.
Curtis Scott Professional Career
In 2015, Scott captained the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks’ S. G. Ball Cup team to the premiership.In July 2015, he was named the Player of the Tournament, playing for New South Wales at the Australian Schoolboys carnival in Wollongong.Later on in that same year, he played for the Sharks’ NYC team.In September 2015, he signed a three-year contract with the Melbourne Storm starting in 2016, beating 11 rival NRL clubs to his signature.
In 2016, Scott played for Melbourne’s Queensland Cup team, Sunshine Coast Falcons.In round 2 of the 2016 NRL season, he made his NRL debut for the Melbourne club against the Gold Coast Titans.In round 4 against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks, he broke his leg, ruling him out for the rest of the season.
In October, Scott was part of the Melbourne Storm’s premiership winning team against the North Queensland Cowboys in the 2017 NRL Grand Final.In round 11, Scott was sent off the field for punching Manly Warringah Sea Eagles player Dylan Walker, Scott being the first player in the last three years to be sent off.He played at centre for Melbourne in the 2018 NRL Grand Final which they lost 21-6 against the Sydney Roosters at ANZ Stadium.
On 7 October, Scott earned his first representative jersey as he was named in the Australian side for the 2019 Rugby League World Cup 9s. Later that day, Scott was named at Centre for the U23 Australian squad. On 29 November, Scott signed a contract to join Canberra until the end of the 2023 season. Scott was released by Melbourne despite having two years remaining on his contract.
Scott made his debut for Canberra against the Gold Coast in round 1 of the 2020 NRL season which ended in a 24-6 victory.He missed large chunks of the 2020 season due to both indifferent form and injury, with his 2020 campaign ultimately ending when he hurt his right leg against Canterbury-Bankstown in round 16.After being cleared of a fracture, Scott ended up suffering an infection due to a plate in his leg from when he broke it back in 2016. The complications saw him miss the last four rounds of the competition and Canberra’s finals campaign.
On 23 August, Scott’s playing contract with the Canberra club was terminated. The Canberra side released a statement saying “The board decided that Curtis Scott’s prior behaviour and recent assault charge has brought the club into disrepute, and they could not ignore this and the responsibilities that his NRL playing contract entails.”The board said the club would continue to support Curtis Scott’s ongoing rehabilitation and it will be in contact with NRL Welfare in this regard”
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