Central Coast Mariners defender Zac Anderson has been recognised for his talents off the field after being named one of the nation’s 30 most eligible bachelors today.
Anderson, who has played with the Mariners since 2012, is this year taking part in CLEO Magazine’s Bachelor of the Year competition having been recognised for his good looks, smarts, and talent on the football pitch by the popular magazine earlier this year.
Anderson, 23, combines his professional football commitments with part-time law studies and is the only Hyundai A-League player to be named in the competition.
“I guess I am just going to play on the dark horse tag!” Anderson said of his chances of taking out the overall title of CLEO’s Most Eligible Bachelor.
Voting in the CLEO Bachelor of the Year competition is open from today through to 5pm on Friday 3 October, 2014, with fans able to vote up to 30 times per person per day throughout this period.
More information is available at www.cleo.com.au/bachelors/top-30 .
Meanwhile, Sydney FC recruit Alex Brosque has been named as one of 10 finalists for the Philips Sports Dad of the Year competition.
The competition is designed to recognise the contribution that elite sports stars showcase to their families both on and off the field.
The Sky Blues' Australian marquee faces stiff opposition from the likes of AFL legends Brent Harvey and Jude Bolton, rugby league stalwart Anthony Minichiello and Australian cricketer Shane Watson.