Scott joined the London Crusaders in August 1992, one of the club’s many Australian players at the time. A powerful try-scoring centre, one of his most memorable matches in his first season was a 30–0 win in the Regal Trophy over First Division Wakefield Trinity, when he scored a try. The next season, he scored 21 in 33 appearances as the Crusaders narrowly missed out on promotion. One of the few players to survive the transformation into the Broncos and playing in Super League, he was a regular member of the side in the club’s first two seasons in Super League, their most successful to date. He surprisingly left the club at the end of the 1997 season, and played rugby union for London Welsh. He says that his most memorable match was the 38–18 win over Canberra Raiders in the World Club Challenge.
136+8 appearances, 86 tries, 344 points.