Some people love the 5:2 diet … but for Cambridge FC’s Andrew Taylor, it’s a diet of football that keeps him busy every week.
Taylor’s 5:2 football diet sees him spending five days a week at Cambridge FC in some capacity or other.
He’s the coach of the club’s women’s team (his fifth as coach, or co-coach of the team), he’s the kit/gear manager for all the senior teams and he’s always quick to volunteer to help in other ways, whether it’s behind the bar or helping around the place.
Apart from Mondays and Fridays, you can expect to find Taylor (30) at the club where he’s also enjoying his most successful as a player, having scored 16 times for the Cambridge Reserves this year.
For good measure, he’s also agreed to help out with the coaching of Cambridge High School’s girls’ team.
For his efforts, Taylor is our latest winner of an Onyx Cambridge-sponsored Volunteer of the Week award.
He receives a $50 voucher from our partner Onyx Cambridge.
Photo: Cheered by his Cambridge reserves team mates, Andrew Taylor receives his voucher from fellow volunteer and referees’ co-ordinator Des Beeney, who is also team manager for the reserves.
About our Volunteer of the Week award
Cambridge’s favourite eatery will help celebrate our deserving volunteers with a weekly prize of a $50 voucher to spend at Onyx Cambridge in Alpha St.
The award is a terrific way for us to celebrate those who keep our club running all year and to show them what Onyx Cambridge offers its customers.
In all, 20 volunteers will benefit during the season and we’re now seeking nominations for worthy recipients.
How to nominate
Please email Onyx Volunteer of the Week nominations and tell us who you think deserves to receive one of our weekly awards, and the reasons why.
Of our 800+ members, parents/guardians and supporters, more than 100 contribute unpaid work to keep our club running.
If you want to join our volunteers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how you can help.
* The first nine recipients of the Volunteer of the Week award were Jude Bower, Paul Blackstock, Cherie Clark, the D1 men’s team (shared), Mike Woodlock, Craig Clark, Louis Roberts, Stu Anthony and Vanessa Payne.