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  • Harvey Norman Sponsors Women's Pathways


    Harvey Norman named the first major sponsor of women's Rugby League and the unbroken pathway from under-six girls to open representative competition in both states.

  • Tarsha Gale Winning On and Off the Field


    The Bulldogs Tarsha Gale Cup team are winning on the field, but are also kicking goals off it.

  • NRL announces additional State of Mind ambassadors


    Leading NRL referees Ben Cummins and Matt Cecchin will join a total of 12 new NRL State of Mind ambassadors supporting the game’s State of Mind mental health program.

  • Bulldogs Blitz Local Dunedin Schools


    Bulldogs stars Chase Stanley and Terry Lamb spent their first day in Dunedin heading around local schools to promote health and well-being messages.

  • NRL supports Australian Wheelchair World Cup squad


    The Australian squad for the 2017 Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup was announced on Monday, alongside a generous commitment from the National Rugby League to aide their upcoming campaign.

  • Brydens Lawyers to Sponsor Community Memberships for Families


    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are proud to today announce a continuation of the partnership that will see Brydens Lawyers sponsor 500 community memberships for families in their local area.

  • Bulldogs Community Mural

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    The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs want YOU involved in the design and painting of a community mural at the underpass at Redman Parade and Terry Lamb Reserve in Belmore.

  • Moses Mbye is a Man on a Mission


    Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs star Moses Mbye says he's only now taking the first steps to understanding his heritage.

  • Indigenous Players Camp 2017


    Adam Elliott has joined more than 25 past and present Indigenous rugby league players, including members of this year's men's Indigenous All Stars team, have come together for a two-day camp.

  • NRL Stars Drive Respect at Schools


    James Graham, Josh Jackson, Nathan Cleary and Tim Browne have visited schools in Bankstown and Penrith to promote respect in the community.