Bulldog players from the NYC and SG Ball squad who are in an apprenticeship had a visit from Sam Perret and ex Bulldog Brad Morrin recently.
The NRL has partnered with the Australian Sports Commission to encourage school children to become fit and healthy through a new Sporting Schools program, PlayNRL.
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs five-eighth Josh Reynolds today became an official ambassador at Canterbury Hospital.
Rugby League's Modified Games Program for 6 to 12 year old players will undergo its first substantial law changes since their introduction in 1982.
More than 255,000 children have experienced Rugby League's "Health and Wellbeing" program as part of the 15th annual Community Carnival.
The final day of our three day visit to the central west of NSW has come to an end at Gulgong.
Bulldogs players David Klemmer and Lindon McGrady have spent the afternoon having fun with the kids from Coolah and putting them through a number of drills.
Youngsters David Klemmer and Lindon McGrady have spent the day in the central west of NSW to visit schools and meet the kids of the country to chat about rugby league and a healthy lifestyle.
Bulldogs players David Klemmer, Corey Thompson, Kayne Brennan and Lindon McGrady spend the afternoon in Gilgandra putting the kids through some skills and drills.
Bulldog players Corey Thompson and Kayne Brennan have been welcomed with open arms as they have spent the day in Gilgandra promoting the NRL's wellbeing and healthy lifestyle message as part of the NRL community carnival program.