Scott Sattler

Sports Media Commentator, Master of Ceremonies and after dinner speaker

Scott Sattler is a former rugby league footballer and now a talented TV and radio sports commentator. As a Rugby league player, Scott played over 200 NRL 1st Grade games between 1992 to 2004, won the Premiership with Penrith in 2003, the same year he represented Queensland in the State of Origin. Scott has gone on to become one of Australia best loved TV sports commentators and a much sought after entertaining MC and after dinner speaker.

Scott Sattler, the Son of former RL legend John Sattler, was born in Campbelltown, NSW, however lived most of his life in Southern Queensland. He played at junior level for Runaway Bay, and made his debut in first grade with the Gold Coast in 1992. Scott went on to play for Easts, South Queensland, Penrith and West Tigers before retiring after 13 years in 2004.

As a Rugby League player, Scott's phenomenal work rate and his ability to lead by example earned him the Penrith's ‘Player of the Year' award in 2001. In 2003 in the grand final against the Roosters Sattler pulled off arguably the greatest tackle ever seen in a premiership decider when he cut down opposing winger Todd Byrne and literally turned the tide of the match. in 2004 at the West Tigers, Scott captained the club for much of the year before announcing his retirement due to chronic knee pain and to start his media career with FoxSports in 2005.

Scott has been actively involved in the media since 2005. A regular on Gold FM Radio on the Gold Coast, 2GB Rugby League Continuous Call team and Fox Sports (2005 - 2011) before joining Channel Nine in 2013. In 2005, Scott became Co-Patron of the charity, Teenage Adventure Camps - Queensland (TAC-Q).