Scott Roberts Obituary, Death – We would like to take this opportunity to offer our most sincere condolences to anyone who knew and loved the former Blues player Scott Roberts, who passed away not too long ago.
While playing for the Blues, Scott participated in a total of 120 games and was a member of the squad that won the premiership in 1992 and 1997. During his time with the Blues, he had a total of 120 game appearances.

He was a true forward who was always looking to score goals and hated it when he had to resort to using his hands. He was a dangerous forward who not only had pace to burn but also possessed a lethal sidestep that he could use.

In more recent times, you could frequently find Scott officiating games at his favorite Clarke Oval while also wearing an umpire’s whistle in his hand. Scott has been involved in the sport for quite some time.
Not only was he proficient at playing Australian Rules football, but he was also outstanding at touch football and dominated Cootamundra cricket for a number of years. In addition to his football prowess, he was an excellent cricket player. He was an athlete with a wide range of skills.

After the memorial service honoring Scott’s life, which will begin at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, November 18th, 2022 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Cootamundra and will be followed by a private family burial, all of those who knew and loved Scott are cordially invited to attend the reception. The reception will take place immediately after the memorial service.

Everyone who is interested in participating in a guard of honor is strongly encouraged to assemble in front of the church on Morris Street at the specified time. This is the location where the guard of honor will take place.
Following the memorial service that will take place at the church, the family of Scott would like to extend an invitation to you to join them at the Cootamundra Country Club for some refreshments and to reflect on additional wonderful memories associated with Scott.
At this time, on behalf of everyone at the Blues, we would like to send our deepest sympathies, as well as all of the love and support that we have for Scooters family.