NRL Club ticketed members and fans who buy a ticket to any NRL game this weekend can gain free entry to the Wests Tigers v Bulldogs match at ANZ Stadium – and be treated to a special live performance by The Wiggles before the game.
A special group from Northcott Disability Organisation proved to be the player’s lucky charms, spending time with the team on Friday, July 11 before they departed for Melbourne for the tight round 18 encounter with the Storm.
Newest Sapphire Recruit Maddie shares her first hospital experience, visiting Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick with fellow Sapphire Renee, Reni Maitua and Tyrone Phillips.
Eight of the Bulldogs NYC players headed out to the Bulldogs school holiday clinic during the week for an afternoon of learning new skills with the kids.
On Friday night the Bulldogs were courageous in victory over the Sea Eagles and so were the celebrities, members, volunteers and runners who slogged it out alongside the players to raise money and awareness for one of Australia’s biggest killers and continue the Bulldogs commitment, to encourage awareness of mental health issues.
Looking for something to do these holidays? Registrations are open for the Bulldogs NRL School Holiday Clinic on Monday, June 30.
Buyers will have the opportunity to bid on jerseys worn by the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs players during the round 17 match against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.
Injured players Frank Pritchard, Sam Perrett and David Klemmer headed out to the under 13 and 14 gala day at East Hills during the week.
TV presenter Laura Dundovic, boxer Garth Woods and Australian Actor Luke Carroll are among the celebrities who will be slogging it out alongside the players at ANZ Stadium during Friday night’s blockbuster between the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs and the Manly Sea Eagles as part of the Club’s ongoing commitment to encourage awareness of mental health issues.
Bulldogs TV has spent time with the Milperra Colts JRLC to find out about the club and catch up with the kids from the under 8s.