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.
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.
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.
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.
If you’re after an exclusive behind the scenes look at game day, then look no further than Bulldogs Snapchat.
After witnessing the incredible scenes in Belmore during the Bulldogs run to the 2014 Grand Final, with people of every nationality coming together, dancing in the streets and playing music, the Club decided it needed to better understand the demographic of the supporter base.
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs halfback Moses Mbye this week visited Yagoona Public School to launch the ‘Kitting Up’ program that has been established in partnership with Canterbury Clothing Company.
As part of the development of the younger squad members at the club, the Bulldogs staff have put together a program that will help these kids adapt to the change in their life and for some of them, living in the big smoke.
The NRL will celebrate a decade of the Harvey Norman Women in League Round this weekend (Round 22) at a time when female participation in all forms of League continues to be the fastest growing category in the game.
Round 22 of the NRL Telstra Premiership is Women In League Round.