Scott Selwood has received the Tom Hafey Variety Heart of Football award for his outstanding work in the community.

After taking out the 2017 Club Community Champion award, Scott has continued to thrive in the community space with his list of involvements long and varied.

Selwood is an embodiment of the Cats commitment to the community, regularly participating in ward walks at the Kids Ward at the Barwon University Hospital.

Selwood frequently takes part in the Cats Wishes program which gives young people the opportunity to help take their mind off issues at hand.

He also champions the Cats Healthy Heroes program which encourages positive behaviour change in five key areas for primary school students.

Selwood donated a share of the AFLPA Players Care fund back to the Community Foundation through the Cats’ 24hr challenge and was a favourite at many football clinics.

The community-minded Cat also donated the $2,000 prize money for winning the award back to the Geelong Cats Community Foundation to put towards providing special wishes to those in need.

Scott was awarded the title officially today from the late Tom Hafey’s wife Maureen. He joins a wonderful list of winners including Andrew McLeod, Robert Harvey, Eddie Betts and Harry Taylor.