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  • New Junior Rules also a Boon for Women's Game


    A revamped junior game – aimed at getting five- and six-year olds more involved at the grassroots level – will have a particular benefit for the women's game at a time when improved women's pathways means female players no longer need to be lost to the game once they turn 12.

  • Coaching Conference Secures Future


    The successful implementation of the NRL's 2016 National Coaching Conference has 300 mentors better placed than ever to help guide rugby league's next generation of stars.

  • Be All In Graduation


    Schools involved in the Be All In program successfully graduated recently and celebrated at Western Sydney University Bankstown Campus.

  • Youth Summit Addresses Future Leaders


    The NRL has strengthened its community reach with the In League In Harmony Youth Summit bringing together some of New South Wales' future leaders to discuss the biggest issues affecting their local communities.

  • Tolman Announced as White Ribbon Ambassador


    The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs in partnership with White Ribbon Australia are pleased to announce Aiden Tolman as an official White Ribbon Ambassador.

  • Belmore Boys High School Honour El Masri


    Bulldogs legend Hazem El Masri has recently visited his old high school, Belmore Boys.

  • Bulldogs Commit to Tarsha Gale Cup


    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have acted on their ongoing commitment to girls sport by confirming their participation in this year's Tarsha Gale Cup.

  • Bulldogs March for White Ribbon


    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have joined the local community for the White Ribbon Day march through Lakemba.

  • New junior league for kids

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    Parents and junior rugby league players will be part of a different league experience from 2017 onwards, with the code moving to ensure a more fun, friendly and free-flowing game for all to be a part of.

  • Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs walk in support of the White Ribbon campaign


    The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs will once again take to the streets again this Friday 25 November in support of White Ribbon’s campaign to eliminate men's violence against women and children.

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