Vaulks picks up EFL Community award...
Rotherham United’s Will Vaulks has been named the PFA Player in the Community at tonight’s 2019 EFL Awards ceremony in London.
Over the last two seasons, Vaulks has been volunteering weekly at Bluebell Wood, a children’s hospice in Rotherham. With Bluebell Wood requiring £11,000 of funding per day to operate, Vaulks went under lock and key in a prison for ‘Jail and Bail’, which saw over £10,000 raised
Vaulks said: “It's a nice feeling, one I wasn't expecting. I'm honoured; but it's not about my exposure, it's massive to get this trophy, but I’m just glad I can play my part off the football pitch as well as on it.”