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Scott Pendlebury

Australian rules football player from Australia

Scott Pendlebury (born 7 January 1988) is a professional Australian rules football player who plays for the Collingwood Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). Originally from Sale, Pendlebury began his sporting career in basketball and accepted a scholarship to the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. However, he decided to make a return to competitive football and was selected for the 2005 Under-18 Vic Country team. He played two of the three games, and amassed an average of 17 possessions. He was selected to play for eventual 2005 TAC Cup premiers Gippsland Power. He played 19 games, kicked 11 goals and averaged 22 possessions a game. Collingwood came across Pendlebury after Gippsland Power manager Peter Francis recommended both Pendlebury and his older brother Kristopher. Collingwood drafted Pendlebury with pick five in the 2005 AFL Draft, and Collingwood's number two pick overall, whereas Kris has not played in the AFL. Kris has captained the Collingwood side in the Victorian Football League. Pendlebury has been described as possessing exceptional class and poise. He is a natural left-footer, and rarely wastes a possession, and has excellent vision that  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1988-01-07
Place of birth
Sale
Nationality
Australia
Siblings
Kris Pendlebury
Profession
Australian rules football player

Athlete facts

Sports
Australian rules football
Team Position From To
Collingwood Football Club Midfielder 2006

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