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Qualifying pre-draft to be taken as a father-son selection to North Melbourne or Geelong, or an academy prospect from Gold Coast, Bailey Scott nominated Arden Street as his preferred destination, and the club happily obliged.

Making his debut in Round 1, 2019, Scott was awarded a Rising Star nomination on debut, finishing the game with 21 disposals and two goals in a loss to Fremantle.

He played for of the first five games of his season debut campaign, however a foot injury ended his debut campaign after just six weeks.

Returning in 2020, the mid/forward established himself as a hard-running wing player with the ability to drift forward.

After 13 games in the sophomore season, Scott was awarded the club’s ‘best young player’ award, with only first and second year players eligible for the recognition.

North Melbourne debut: Round 1, 2019

2021: 2021 was the season Bailey Scott established his exceptional versatility at senior level, playing traditional wing and half forward roles for most of the season, but also playing defensive forward and even inside midfield at points during the season.

After playing the first five games of the season, Scott was unsighted at senior level until Round 11 against St Kilda, where he finished with 14 disposals, however his main task was to shut down the dangerous Brad Hill, which he did with aplomb as his opponent only had six touches.

He finished his campaign strongly, playing the last eight games of the season. Highlights include 26 disposals in the Round 19 victory over Carlton, and 20 disposals in Round 20 against Geelong.
Bailey Scott
Qualifying pre-draft to be taken as a father-son selection to North Melbourne or Geelong, or an academy prospect from Gold Coast, Bailey Scott nominated Arden Street as his preferred destination, and the club happily obliged.

Making his debut in Round 1, 2019, Scott was awarded a Rising Star nomination on debut, finishing the game with 21 disposals and two goals in a loss to Fremantle.

He played for of the first five games of his season debut campaign, however a foot injury ended his debut campaign after just six weeks.

Returning in 2020, the mid/forward established himself as a hard-running wing player with the ability to drift forward.

After 13 games in the sophomore season, Scott was awarded the club’s ‘best young player’ award, with only first and second year players eligible for the recognition.

North Melbourne debut: Round 1, 2019

2021: 2021 was the season Bailey Scott established his exceptional versatility at senior level, playing traditional wing and half forward roles for most of the season, but also playing defensive forward and even inside midfield at points during the season.

After playing the first five games of the season, Scott was unsighted at senior level until Round 11 against St Kilda, where he finished with 14 disposals, however his main task was to shut down the dangerous Brad Hill, which he did with aplomb as his opponent only had six touches.

He finished his campaign strongly, playing the last eight games of the season. Highlights include 26 disposals in the Round 19 victory over Carlton, and 20 disposals in Round 20 against Geelong.
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Rising Star Nomination
Years award won:
2019 (Round 1)
North Melbourne - Best Young Player
Years award won:
2020
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