24 hours, 400 runners, 50 volunteers, 7 treadmills, countless celebrity endorsements and $100 000 later the Plebs Pro’s and Personalities for Suicide Prevention Australia 24 hour treadmill run has again come to very successful close.
It is the leading cause of death for Australians aged between 15 and 44 and this weekend the Bulldogs are joining a number of athletes and celebrities at the PPP4SPA 24 hour treadmill challenge, to make SUICIDE prevention everybody’s business.
Bulldogs TV headed out to the Auburn Warriors JRLC during the week to catch up with the kids from the under 8s and find out the history of the club.
Rugby League was the big winner when the Bulldogs hosted the annual All Schools Rugby league Carnival at the Crest Bankstown on Wednesday, June 4.
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have entered into a Safety Partnership with Transport for NSW Maritime Management Centre to promote safe, fun and responsible jet skiing through the ‘Take It Easy… Be Cool’ campaign.
Some very special guests from Disability Services Australia paid a visit to Belmore HQ to watch the team train on Thursday, May 29 ahead of the club’s round 12 bye.
Bulldogs TV has headed out to the St Christophers JRLC to catch up with the kids from the Under 8s and get an insight into one of the districts biggest clubs.
Bulldogs TV headed out to the Bankstown Bulls Junior Rugby League Club during the week to catch up with the Under 8 kids and their coach.
Bulldog NYC players Denzel King, Michael Morgan, Luke Vella, Kyle Krisanski-Kennedy and Tautalatasi Tasi visited Bankstown Library today to participate in Australia's biggest single storytelling session.
The Bulldogs held their annual Women in League Event to recognise the role women play in rugby league as well as promote the role of women as leaders in sport.