Bulldogs players Dale Finucane and Adam Elliott have both been named in the NRL and NYC Academic teams of the year.
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are encouraging club supporters and players in their junior leagues to support the Boots for Kids campaign and donate footy boots so they can be distributed to indigenous kids in rural and remote areas who have none.
This Thursday marks a significant milestone in the race to find a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy with the Bulldogs and Tigers joining forces to do battle for the Inaugural Save our Sons Cup.
Bulldogs TV has headed out to the East Hills Bulldogs JRLC to find out about the club and catch up with the under 8s.
This Friday night the Bulldogs will do battle with the Eels for the 8th annual Bandaged Bear Cup.
More than 85,000 people are expected to lace up their runners this Sunday, August 10 for the 43rd annual City 2 Surf fun run. Over $4 million is raised each year for close to 100 charities, one of which is our very own Bulldogs in the Community partner the RSPCA.
After donating $60,000 to the #RiseForAlex fund, Jaycar has made a donation of $20,000 to support Curtis Landers.
During the week, Bulldogs TV visited the Chester Hill Hornets JRLC to catch up with the kids from the under 8s.
Home grown Bulldog Josh Reynolds paid a visit to his Junior League Club – St George Dragons to lend a hand and spend time with the under 10’s in the lead up to this weekend’s inaugural Junior League Appreciation Round.
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will next Thursday, 31 July host their Inspiring Australia Luncheon at Le Montage in what will be the first of its kind.