Cameron Pedersen (Rules Footballer) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Cameron Pedersen Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Cameron Pedersen is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for the North Melbourne and the Melbourne Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). A utility, 1.93 metres (6 ft 4 in) tall and weighing 95 kilograms (209 lb), Pedersen played the majority of his career in the forward line. After missing out on being drafted at eighteen years of age, he played five seasons in the Victorian Football League (VFL) for the Box Hill. His form during the 2010 season led to him being recruited by the North Melbourne Football Club with the seventeenth selection in the 2011 rookie draft and he made his debut in the 2011 season. After two seasons with North Melbourne, playing in sixteen matches and winning the club’s best first year player, he was traded to the Melbourne Football Club during the 2013 trade period.

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Cameron Pedersen Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 17 March 1987
Birth Day May 10
Birth Years 1988
Age 34 years old
Birth Place Australia
Birth City
Birth Country Australia
Nationality Australian
Famous As Athlete
Also Known for Athlete
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Occupation Athlete

Famously known by the Family name Cameron Pedersen, is a great Athlete. He was born on 17 March 1987, in Australia

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Cameron Pedersen Net Worth

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Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Life Story & Timeline

2018

Pederson announced his retirement on 25 September 2018 after 64 games with Melbourne and 16 with North Melbourne.

2016

Pedersen played in the two point win against Greater Western Sydney at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in the opening round of the 2016 season and retained his spot the next week before being omitted for the round three match against North Melbourne at Blundstone Arena. He spent the week playing in the VFL for Casey and recorded twenty-five disposals and two goals and was named in Casey’s best players by Frankston Standard Leader reporter, Paul Amy. He returned to the AFL side the next week for the thirty-three point win over Richmond at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in round five and stayed in the side for five weeks before missing the round nine match against Brisbane at the Melbourne Cricket Ground due to illness. He missed two weeks of football before playing in the VFL where he suffered a shoulder injury and missed four weeks. He returned through the VFL, playing there for four weeks before returning to the AFL side for the twenty-nine point win against Hawthorn at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in round twenty as a late inclusion for Jesse Hogan. He played his final match for the year the next week in the forty point win over Port Adelaide at the Adelaide Oval and finished with nine matches for the year. With Melbourne’s forward line considered difficult to break into, he was believed to be in competition with fellow forward Chris Dawes for a spot on the list in 2017 by Fox Sport Australia journalists, Riley Beveridge and Anna Harrington, and at the conclusion of the year he signed a one-year contract.

2015

Pedersen played his first match of the 2015 season in the sixty-eight point loss to Fremantle at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in round five. He retained his spot the next week for the thirty-eight point loss to Sydney at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, however, he was substituted out of the match. He was initially omitted for the match against Hawthorn the next week, but was a late inclusion for Jesse Hogan, where he kicked three goals and was named in Melbourne’s best players by Rob Forsaith of the Australian Associated Press. He retained a spot in the side for the next four weeks and played his final match of the year in the round eleven match against St Kilda, in which he suffered a season-ending injury breaking his wrist. Being the final year of his contract, it was questioned by Herald Sun journalist, Jay Clark, whether Pedersen had done enough to earn a new contract; it was announced in late September that he had signed a one year contract.

2014

Despite suffering from a hamstring injury in the weeks leading to the 2014 season, Pedersen played in the opening round match against St Kilda at Etihad Stadium, resulting in a seventeen point loss. He was used as a permanent key-forward, and played pivotal roles in the round four win over Carlton — in which he kicked a goal with two minutes left to secure the win — and the round nine victory against Richmond, where he recorded two goals and a game-high eight tackles. He maintained a spot in the AFL side until the round twenty match against Hawthorn and he played in the VFL for two weeks until he was recalled for the sixty-six point loss to West Coast at Patersons Stadium in round twenty-two. He missed the final match of the year against North Melbourne and played nineteen matches for the year in total. It was revealed during the season that his career was all but over at the end of 2013, with his output not matching the club’s expectations; he credited this frank assessment of his first season as a key reason behind his turnaround in form. He also acknowledged senior coach, Paul Roos’ influence as another key reason for his improvement and he was recognised as one of the league’s most improved players.

2013

After playing every pre-season match for Melbourne in the 2013 NAB Cup, he played his first home and away season match for Melbourne in the seventy-nine point loss to Port Adelaide at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in the opening round of the season, playing in a forward/ruck role. In the match, he was criticised for ducking when backing back to take a mark; he was omitted from the side the next week for the match against Essendon at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, which then-senior coach, Mark Neeld, stated the ducking incident was not the cause of his omission. After one week in the VFL playing for the Casey Scorpions, he returned to the senior side for the ninety-four point loss to West Coast at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in round three. He played in the AFL for three weeks before he was dropped for the round six match against Carlton at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

2012

After playing in pre-season matches in the 2012 NAB Cup, Pedersen didn’t play his first home and away season match until the twenty-five point loss to West Coast at Patersons Stadium in round six. He played just the one match before he was omitted from the side and returned to the senior side a week later for the two-point loss against Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium in round eight as a late inclusion, before being dropped again after the one match. He did not play any more matches in the AFL for the remainder of the season, and instead played in the VFL. He had strong form in the VFL, and North Melbourne senior coach, Brad Scott, declared that, although Pedersen was playing well in the VFL and he was close to selection each week, competition for spots made it difficult for him to gain a position in the senior side. After playing in just two matches for the year and sixteen in total for North Melbourne, he was traded to the Melbourne Football Club during the trade period. Despite being contracted to North Melbourne until the end of the 2013 season, he cited the opportunity to play more senior matches as the key reason for his move to Melbourne.

2011

After missing out on selection by the Gold Coast Football Club, Pedersen was recruited by the North Melbourne Football Club with their first selection and seventeenth overall in the 2011 rookie draft. He was temporarily promoted to the senior list prior to the start of the season in place of Ayden Kennedy who was placed on the long-term injury list. He made his AFL debut in the opening round of the 2011 season against West Coast at Patersons Stadium where he recorded twenty disposals, fourteen hitouts, five marks, four clearances and three tackles. After Todd Goldstein was a late withdrawal for North Melbourne, Pedersen was forced to play as the main ruckman against six-time All-Australian ruckman, Dean Cox. Conceding ten centimeters in height to Cox, Pedersen had the advantage in the ruckman duel and was North Melbourne’s “Mr fix-it” according to The Age journalist, Tim Clarke.

2003

Pedersen played his junior career with the Mooroolbark Football Club in the Eastern Football League where he won the club best and fairest at sixteen years of age in 2003. After failing to be drafted, he joined the Box Hill Hawks in the Victorian Football League (VFL) in 2006, playing in the forward line, he kicked thirty-five goals in 2009. In 2010, he was trialled as a defender and ruckman by Box Hill coach, Brendon Bolton, and he became a utility player, whereby he could play in multiple positions on the ground. In May 2010, he represented Victoria when he played for the VFL in a representative match against the West Australian Football League at Leederville Oval in Perth. After a successful season in the VFL, in which he played twenty matches and featured in the team’s best players in ten matches, he was invited to train with the Gold Coast Football Club in the week leading to the 2011 pre-season and 2011 rookie drafts. It was predicted by The Age journalist, Brent Diamond, and Herald Sun journalists, Matt Windley and Nick Smart, that Pedersen would be recruited by Gold Coast in either the pre-season or rookie draft.

1987

Cameron Pedersen (born 17 March 1987) is a former professional Australian rules footballer who played for the North Melbourne and the Melbourne Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). A utility, 1.93 metres (6 ft 4 in) tall and weighing 95 kilograms (209 lb), Pedersen has played the majority of his career in the forward line. After missing out on being drafted at eighteen years of age, he played five seasons in the Victorian Football League (VFL) for the Box Hill Hawks. His form during the 2010 season led to him being recruited by the North Melbourne Football Club with the seventeenth selection in the 2011 rookie draft and he made his debut in the 2011 season. After two seasons with North Melbourne, playing in sixteen matches and winning the club’s best first year player, he was traded to the Melbourne Football Club during the 2013 trade period.