- 22 Age
- 108kg Weight
- 194cm Height
2020 will be Angus Scott Young’s third season with the St.George Queensland Reds after making his debut in Round 3 against the Brumbies in 2018.
Son of former Wallabies enforcer Sam Scott-Young, Angus has spent the last five years working closely with Reds coach Brad Thorn.
2017 proved a successful year for Scott-Young. He enjoyed back-to-back titles with the Queensland U20s, selection in the Australian U20s, a Hospital Challenge Cup win with University of Queensland and also a historic first National Rugby Championship (NRC) title with Bond University Queensland Country.
Added to his 14 Super Rugby games in 2018 with a further 15 caps. Sat out Round 8 after suffering concussion following a headknock against the Rebels in Round 7 at Suncorp Stadium. Handed the captaincy for Bond University Queensland Country during the NRC 2019 season.
Made his Super Rugby debut off the bench in the Reds’ Round 3 win over the Brumbies at Suncorp Stadium.
Claimed an undefeated national title with the Queensland U20s. Represented the Australian U20s at the World Rugby U20 Championship. Won the Hospital Cup with University of Queensland. Featured in every match for Bond University Queensland Country on their way to winning the National Rugby Championship title.
Queensland U16s (2013)
Queensland U20s (2015-2017)
Australian U20s (2016-2017)
Queensland Country (2016-2017)