Presentation and Early Life Scratch Riewoldt is an expert Australian Rules football player who plays for the St. Kilda Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He was brought into the world on October 17, 1982 in Hobart, Tasmania. He is about 1.93 meters tall and weighs about 96kg. He plays in the forward position and wears shirt number 12. Scratch went to Robina State Primary School in Gold Coast, Queensland. He continued to All Saints Anglican School for his secondary school. It was during his secondary school days that he started to display brandishing abilities. He took part effectively in school sports, crosscountry, cricket, and soccer. In addition to the fact that Nick excelled in secondary school sports, he additionally did amazingly well in his scholastics particularly Physics and Chemistry. Among every one of the games, cricket and Australian football were his best wearing exercises. Early Football Career Scratch started playing football as a youngster when he was in secondary school and he was playing astoundingly well. He later joined Broadbeach Football Club where he began playing his lesser football. He was subsequently moved to play in the senior class in the wake of substantiating himself sensibly well. Scratch moved to Southport Sharks Football Club where he played till he was recognized by headhunters as a remarkable junior ability. He was subsequently enrolled by St Kilda as a main need pick in the 2000 AFL public draft. รีวิวยูฟ่าเบท Proficient Football Career/Achievements Scratch Riewoldt made his presentation into the AFL in 2001, the accompanying season after his draft. The accompanying seasons were pretty much a time of learning for him until the 2004 season when he had the option to make critical accomplishments for his club in the association. This was viewed as his break out season. He made a record of 256 imprints and furthermore completed inside the main ten players for both the Coleman and Brownlow decorations. He additionally won the renowned Leigh Matthews Trophy from the AFL Players Association Most Valuable Player Award. He was additionally named in the 2004 All Australia Team in the forward position. This was his first cap for the All Australia group. He was likewise important for the group that won the 2004 Wizard Home Loans Cup during the pre-season cup contest. During the 2005 season, Nick was named as the skipper of the club as a component of the pivoting captaincy strategy at the club. He had an awful beginning toward the start of the period because of a messed up collarbone injury he supported in one of the games toward the start of the period against the Brisbane Lions. The injury kept him out of play for some time however he had the option to recuperate sooner or later to play for the finals series. He made an extraordinary return during the 2006 season yet it was not on par with his past exhibitions. He had the option to make huge upgrades as the season passed by. He finished the year with a third Trevor Baker Award and consideration for the second time in the All Australia Team Award as a forward player. 2007 was additionally very exciting for him notwithstanding some injury challenges he had. He was named as a Co-skipper of St. Kilda Football Club alongside two other previous commanders. He had an excellent season as it brought about his triumphant the Best and Fairest Award for the season. He was important for the group that won the 2008 NAB Cup, which was the club's third pre-season cup win. He likewise kicked 63 objectives in for the season which acquired him another All Australian determination. Scratch additionally has in his kitty a few different honors remembering the fourth most significant standard kicker for the historical backdrop of St. Kilda with more than 400 objectives now.