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  • Haz on hand at finals

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    The Hazem El Masri Cup is a Rugby League tournament for high schools in the Canterbury Bankstown district that the Bulldogs will use to identify talent from the local area for inclusion in the Bulldogs development system.

  • End of Season Clearance

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    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are holding an End of Season Sale exclusively in-store at our Bulldog Belmore and Bulldog Bankstown stores.

  • Reardon claims Gold

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    Scott Reardon, nephew of former Bulldog Steve Reardon, has upgraded his London silver to a Rio gold in the T42 100m final.

  • Annual Fixture Supports Athletes with Intellectual Disability

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    Tonight at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs for the annual Special Olympics Australia Cup.

  • NRL teams up with Federal Government to support National Skills Week

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    The NRL has teamed up with the Federal Government to support the Australian Apprenticeships Ambassadors program and celebrate the sixth National Skills Week this week.

  • Be All In

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    ‘Be All In’ is a Bulldogs in the Community initiative. It is an after-school, sports for development program aimed at supporting new and emerging communities by encouraging social cohesion through sport.

  • Elianna Walton Receives Karen Folkes Award

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    Elianna Walton, the most capped Jillaroo player ever is the 2016 winner of the Karen Folkes Award for her dedication, commitment and outstanding contribution to Rugby League in the Canterbury-Bankstown District.

  • ‘Be All In’ Programme Launched

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    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Western Sydney University have today unveiled details of a unique programme they have devised together that uses sport and education to raise aspirations of social inclusion for high school students.

  • Voting open for 2016 Ken Stephen Medal

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    Some of the biggest names in rugby league including Paul Gallen, Darius Boyd, Trent Merrin and Moses Mbye have been nominated by their clubs for the 2016 Ken Stephen Medal.

  • Bulldogs to wear Special Multicultural Jersey

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    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will celebrate the multicultural heritage of players and supporters by wearing a jersey bearing flags of countries from around the world during their round 23 game against the Manly Sea Eagles at ANZ Stadium this Thursday night.