The ‘Drop in @ the Doggies’ programme will run from 3:00pm to 5:00pm every Thursday from 22 October until 17 December and is open to young people aged 12-20 years.
The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce a partnership with Bankstown City Council that aims to address community issues relating to violence prevention, health and well-being and social inclusion.
The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to today announce a partnership with Canterbury City Council that will trial using the Bulldogs Centre of Excellence as an after school drop in centre for youth in the area.
Minister for Sport Stuart Ayres and the National Rugby League (NRL) today announced the successful applicants for more than $845,000 in grants to deliver facilities for grassroots football clubs in communities across local and regional NSW.
Hundreds of high school age kids from a wide variety of backgrounds came together at Lidcombe Oval on Thursday despite the fact they were all still on the way to learning the English language and had never laid eyes on a Steeden until recently.
This year the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs celebrate 80 proud years and with that comes many great stories about the club and none more so than four generations of support and loyalty from the Carter Family.
The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs held their annual Special Olympics Mini Olympics this morning at Belmore Sports Ground as part of the build-up to this Friday night’s fourth Special Olympics Cup match between the Bulldogs and the Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium.
The National Rugby League (NRL), Australian Football League (AFL), Netball Australia and Australian Rugby Union (ARU) have each been granted $250,000 to prevent violence against women and their children.
The Bulldogs and White Ribbon Australia are asking you to have a night in to get the word out about the elimination of violence against women on White Ribbon Night this Friday, July 31.
M and J Chickens along with the entire NRL squad have come together to launch the club's 80 year celebrations in Martin Place.