Last Year's Heroes - Will Robertshaw
This week’s edition of “Last Year’s Heroes” we take a look at the winner of Victorian Young Volunteer of the Year Award, Will Robertshaw.
Will is a senior player with the Ormond Cricket Club (OCC) and the Ormond Amateur Football Club. Recognised for his outstanding leadership skills with both clubs, Will also coaches the Ormond Junior Football Club.
Will was nominated for his contribution as a junior coach for the inspirational mark he leaves on his players in both junior cricket and football.
A unique individual with an eager desire to learn and be mentored, at aged 19, Will is a leader in the community and sets a perfect example for young players coming through.
“I teach my players that it’s ok to fail, you just have to
learn to get back up again and give it a go”.
If you know a volunteer who gives their absolute everything to their sporting club and deserves to be recognised, nominate them for Victorian Young Volunteer of the Year Award. Fill out the nomination form here, nominations close 15 January 2018.
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