New Zealand cricket April 10, 2013

Bradley Scott bids farewell to Northern Districts

ESPNcricinfo staff

Northern Districts bowling allrounder Bradley Scott has ended his association with the team, citing personal reasons and will be leaving for Dunedin, along with his family.

Scott, who is a left-arm medium pacer and a lower-order batsman, moved to Northern Districts in 2008-09. He was a key player for Northern Districts in all forms of the game but, in the last two seasons, his participation was largely restricted to limited-over formats.

Before joining Northern Districts, Scott represented Otago in the national competition. After his transfer in 2008, he played 17 first-class games and took 21 wickets for Northern Districts, and was a part of the team that won the Plunket Shield and two domestic one-day tournaments. His last first-class and List-A appearances were in 2011, but Scott played the recent T20 tournament for Northern Districts.

Northern Districts' coach Grant Bradburn said Scott would be missed by the team. "Bradley can be proud of the contribution he has made to the Knights both on and off the field," he said. "His positive, bubbly character has been infectious in our team environment and will be missed."

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  • dummy4fb on April 12, 2013, 3:18 GMT

    Welcome home Brad! Will be good to see you back in Dunedin.

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