The ever-popular Scott Reed will play his 50th NEAFL game for the Sydney Hills Eagles, when he lines up against the GIANTS at Blacktown International Sports Park this Saturday.
Starting as a 5 year old at Bateau Bay on the Central Coast, Reed progressed through the junior ranks, impressing for the NSW/ACT RAMS at the 2007 and 2008 Under 18 National Championships. These performances were noticed by Collingwood, with Reedy drafted to the Pies as the 78th selection in the 2009 Rookie draft.
After being delisted, Reed joined the Sydney Hills Eagles in their inaugural season in the NEAFL and hasn’t viagra online australian pharmacy looked back, notching 46 goals in his 49 appearances. Reed has also been named in the NEAFL Representative squads for the last two seasons.
Football and Community Coordinator at the Sydney Hills Eagles, Tim Schmidt, has also been impressed with Reeds contribution. “Reed is a key forward and spectacular player for us. He loves going for the big mark and can kick a flashy goal”, says Schmidt.
Reed has become a vital member of the Eagles list and leadership group, enjoying the camaraderie and family feel that the Sydney Hills Eagles provides.
Congratulations Scott Reed on playing your 50th NEAFL game.