Scunthorpe United is delighted supporter Baz Clark has won the National League Volunteer of the Month award for March.
The Vanarama National League announced the accolade as part of their monthly awards, with Baz recognised for the month of February.
The league released the following statement:
"Every club has got them, those under-the-radar heroes who love nothing better than making a difference at their second home - their beloved football club.
Thanks to our generous title sponsors, we have been able to properly recognise the great at the good of the game for the last five years.
Giving deserved kudos to those who give up their time just for the love of their club, we’re thrilled to be able to bring their stories to life.
It’s not been an easy few years for anyone at Scunthorpe United, but the love for the club remains as strong as it was when they were EFL high fliers.
Baz Clark has seen the good times and the not so good times but whatever the results, he’ll be back within days doing his bit.
When retirement rolled around, he wanted to put the hours he used to spend at work to good use - and there was only one place he wanted to do it.
Scunny tell us he’s a stalwart at the football club and has spent the majority of his time at Glanford Park for a few years.
Volunteering three or four days a week, he can be seen around the stadium carrying out general repairs, painting, putting up advertising boards and much more to help maintain various areas of the ground.
Turning his hand to anything - he’s a huge supporter on game days as well as once the players have gone home."
Baz has been an unsung hero at the football club for many years and we'd like to say a big thank you to Baz for his continued time and effort in making an important contribution to our football club.
In partnership with The Fan Experience Company, three monthly winners are chosen from each of the three divisions to recognise those unsung heroes across the 68 clubs in The National League.