Former Manly Warringah junior and current Parramatta Eels captain Clint Gutherson has joined forces with the Men of League Foundation as an ambassador.
The 24-year-old, who made his NRL debut the day before his 19th birthday, is a shining light and a strong example for young players to follow both on and off the field, making him the perfect candidate for the role.
Gutherson will assist the Foundation in promoting the work they do within the rugby league community to a wider audience through social media channels and other commitments such as wellbeing visits, filming and photography.
“The work that the Men of League Foundation do, for not only past NRL players but also current grassroots players, officials and volunteers, is really important and something I am passionate about,” he said.
The man affectionately known as “King Gutho” by hoards of Parramatta supporters hopes to make a difference and create awareness of the Foundation through his work.