Bailey Smith is a professional Australian rules footballer know all about Bailey Smith Family, Net Worth, Parents, Partner, Wife and More in this article.
Bailey Smith Wiki
|Birthdate ( Age)||7 December 2000|
|Place of Birth||Melbourne, Australia|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||Professional Australian rules footballer|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
Bailey Smith is a Professional Australian rules footballer who plays for the Western Bulldogs in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Bailey Smith and Cartia Mallan
He received a nomination for the 2019 AFL Rising Star award in round 9 of the 2019 season, placing fourth in the overall count at the conclusion of the season. Since then, he has been a dual member of the 22under22 team, and a recipient of the Chris Grant Best First Year Player Award.
Bailey Smith Family, Parents
Bailey Smith was Born on 7 December 2000.Smith played his early career for the East Malvern Junior Football Club in Melbourne’s south-east. In 2011, he won the MSJFL under-11 west division best and fairest award.
Smith was named captain of Xavier College’s first XVIII football team, as well as for the Sandringham Dragons, for the 2018 season. Smith was named the captain. Smith has been open about his mental health struggles, with his former teammate Dale Morris being a mentor to Smith, helping him to deal with his struggles.
Bailey Smith Wife, Is Bailey Smith Married
Bailey Smith is Not Married yet.Bailey Smith sparks dating rumors with influencer Cartia Mallan as she was interviewed on her podcast… after his wild party video was leaked online.They also looked cozy hanging out with a group of friends, leading to rumors that they were dating.
Bailey Smith Net Worth
Bailey Smith is a professional Australian rules footballer who plays for the Western Bulldogs has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2022.
Bailey Smith Professional Career
When first coming to the club, it was revealed that Smith would inherit the no.6 guernsey from the outgoing Luke Dahlhaus. He missed out on a large amount of the pre-season, as a result of the Achilles tendon injury he suffered in his draft year.
Despite this setback, Smith made his AFL debut in the Western Bulldogs’ win over the Sydney Swans in the opening round of the 2019 AFL season. On debut, Smith collected just 8 disposals and 4 tackles.However, he would improve from there, collecting 13 disposals the next week and 22 disposals the week after that.
He earned a 2019 AFL Rising Star nomination in the Bulldogs’ Round 9 loss to Geelong, totalling 28 disposals, 10 contested possessions and 5 clearances. Smith had a very solid game against Brisbane Lions in round 20, collecting 27 disposals and 4 clearances. He was also named in the team’s best in round 21,here he contributed 23 disposals and a goal in the team’s 104-point thrashing of Essendon.
At the conclusion of the season, Smith finished fourth in the 2019 NAB Rising Star award behind Sam Walsh, Connor Rozee and Sydney Stack.He was also named as the Chris Grant Best First Year Player for the Western Bulldogs.In December 2019, it was revealed that Smith would sign on with the Bulldogs until the end of 2022.
Smith had a successful 2020 season in what was to be a season majorly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. He did not miss a single game the entire year, meaning he had played 35 consecutive games.In just his second game of the season, he had a solid game to be one of the team’s best in what was a disappointing 39 point loss to St Kilda,where he collected 29 disposals, 5 tackles and 2 marks.
Smith suffered a concussion early in the Bulldogs’ round 5 clash against North Melbourne after being tackled by Shaun Atley,but was named fit to play the following week, continuing his run of consecutive games. Smith stood up in many disappointing losses that year, again being named as the team’s best in an dismal 52-point loss to Carlton after collecting 26 disposals and a goal.
His efforts in that game saw him collect 1 Brownlow Medal vote despite being on the losing side. Round 8 saw smith be named as one of the team’s best while also picking up 2 Brownlow Medal votes, after being crucial to the Bulldogs’ 5-point win over Gold Coast.
Smith had his best game for the year in the Western Bulldogs’ 57 point victory over Adelaide in the 12th round of the season, where he collected a career-high 37 disposals, as well as 4 marks, 3 tackles and 10 inside 50s.He followed this game up with a best on ground performance the following week which earned him 3 Brownlow Medal votes,tallying 26 disposals and a goal against Melbourne. After the finish of the season, Smith was named ruck rover of the 2020 22 Under 22 team.