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JOSHUA Rumsby’s passion for his local football club was recognised on Wednesday.
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GREAT HELP: Newcastle Permanent’s Muswellbrook-Scone branch manager Vanessa Muddiman, Scone Mustangs Football Club’s Joshua Rumsby and Hunter Valley Football operations manager Sarah White at the Bill Rose Sports Complex on Wednesday.

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) announced the born and bred local as Hunter Valley Football’s Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Month for May.

Rumsby was nominated by the Scone Mustangs Football Club for his ongoing commitment and dedication to the code over so many years of service.

And, he was overwhelmed to receive a volunteer jacket and bag, courtesy of Newcastle Permanent, at the Bill Rose Sports Complex to help him continue his valuable role at the club.

“I’m shocked,” he admitted.

“And, very humbled to be selected – you don’t do it for the recognition.”

Rumsby, who coaches the under-8s to under-10s, is determined to lead the Mustangs into the future.

“I love the club – it’s family-orientated,” he said.

“My wife, Heidi, looks after the canteen and undertakes a number of other roles.

“And, two of our boys, Logan, 8, and Cooper, 5, play for the Mustangs.

“We don’t want to see the club fold; that’s why we’re all involved.”

NNSWF community football manager Peter Haynes praised Rumsby for his contribution.

“Joshua has shown true dedication to the Scone Mustangs Football Club for a significant period of time and the Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Month Award is well-deserved,” he said.

“The commitment that he demonstrates goes a long way to ensuring the club is a great place to play football and highlights how valuable he is to the organisation.”

Newcastle Permanent’s Muswellbrook-Scone branch manager Vanessa Muddiman congratulated Rumsby on becoming the recipient of the Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Month Award.

“We are delighted a local volunteer has received this honour – and been recognised across Northern NSW for the incredible commitment they make to community football,” she said.

Newcastle Permanent’s Muswellbrook-Scone branch manager Vanessa Muddiman and Scone Mustangs Football Club’s Joshua Rumsby

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