Rabbitohs skipper, Greg Inglis, is among the top 10 elite Australian athletes vying for the Sports Dad of the Year Award, to be named on Father's Day, Sunday September 6.
The award showcases the contribution Australia's sporting elite make to their families both on and off the field.
Now in its seventh year, the Sports Dad of the Year Award will highlight 10 elite athletes across a broad range of sporting fields, giving insights into how they juggle fatherhood with their sporting commitments.
This year's nominated Sports Dad's will be profiled on the dedicated website – sportsdads.com.au –and will include questions and answers from the players about their families, as well as comments from the athletes' partners and children as well as family photos.
All entrants have the opportunity to win special prizes for their own father this Father's Day and the winning Sports Dad of the Year will win $5000 to donate to their charity of choice.
Voting ends on Tuesday, September 1, and the Sports Dad of the Year winner will be announced on Father’s Day, Sunday, September 6.