Kristina Soljo

Former Kyogle High captain now hunkylicious Cleo model

A FORMER School Captain of Kyogle High has been turning heads in Cleo magazine's famed Eligible Bachelor feature.

Jack May was among 30 males chosen to feature among the hunks and spunks in this year's list of hottest, single guys.

"It has been a great experience - really fun," said Jack, whose mum, Tina, and dad, Chris, couldn't be more proud.

Jack graduated from Kyogle High in 2004 and played both rugby league and AFL for the Northern Rivers.

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He is now living on Sydney's Northern Beaches where he loves to surf.

"I learnt at Lennox Head," he said.

A qualified carpenter and builder, the 27-year-old currently works as the manager of Thr1ve cafe/takeaway in the MLC Building in the CBD.

He follows the paleolithic diet, also popularly referred to as the Stone Age diet and hunter-gatherer diet.

To keep those muscles toned, he does two, heavy weighted sessions a week as well as interval training.

Jack, who told Cleo his favourite actress was Mila Kunis, said he has had a fair bit of interest from the ladies since he appeared in the magazine.

"But there is a poster of me next to the coffee making machine," he laughed.

When asked by the magazine what would make him fall for a woman, he said "pretty eyes and a lovely smile. Someone who laughs a lot, has a positive outlook and is passionate".

Bad news if you are interested - he has a girlfriend.

The winner of the 2014 Cleo Bachelor of the Year competition will be announced on October 29 in Melbourne.



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