The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are immensely proud of their captain Andrew Ryan, whose tireless work in the community has seen him tonight named the 2010 winner of the Telstra Ken Stephen Medal.
The win is in recognition of the time Andrew has spent in the community, over and above his family, football, business and study commitments, during the 2010 season.
More importantly, this is not the first time Andrew has been nominated which exemplifies what an integral component community work is in his day-to-day life and also how as Captain he provides an incredible example for all players at the Bulldogs ensuring that our values of Responsible, Dedication, Trustworthy, Encourage and Family aren't just words on a wall.
Andrew's list of community involvements is as long as it is diverse. He is the Club's official Camp Quality ambassador, he fills an ambassadorial role with the Australian Disability Foundation, and played an integral role in beyondblue becoming one of the Bulldogs chosen charities.
He is a long time supporter of Ronald McDonald House, is a spokesperson for the Children's Hospital at Westmead's Bandaged Bear Cup, and was one of the faces of the NSW State Government's
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