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  • Bulldogs & CCC 'Kitting Up' Local Schools


    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.

  • NYC Cooking Class


    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.

  • WIL Round reaches milestone


    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.

  • WIL - Raelene Castle


    Round 22 of the NRL Telstra Premiership is Women In League Round.

  • White Ribbon Night In


    The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs will be having a ‘night in to get the word out’ during their match against the St George Illawarra Dragons on Friday night in support of White Ribbon Australia’s campaign to eliminate violence against women and children

  • NRL celebrates Men of League Round


    The NRL will thank its most valued supporters and volunteers when it celebrates the Men of League Round this weekend (Round 20).

  • League's youngsters prepared for life after footy


    The NRL's push for players to prepare for life after football has reached new heights with impressive numbers emerging from Wednesday night's Under-20s State of Origin curtain-raiser at ANZ Stadium.

  • Castle | Brydens Leading the way in Corporate Social Responsibility

    Brydens-RC sat down with Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Chief Executive to speak about the Brydens Lawyers Community membership program and how they are leading the way.

  • Hazem El Masri Cup


    The Hazem El Masri Cup is a Rugby League tournament for high schools in the Canterbury Bankstown district that the Bulldogs will use to identify talent from the local area for inclusion in the Bulldogs development system.

  • Under 20s Working Hard Off the Field


    Every player in the Bulldogs Under 20s programme is chasing the dream of one day reaching the top grade. They’re lifting weights, they’re watching what they eat, they’re training hard. They’re also ensuring they’ve got a focus outside of footy and for ten of our players, that means working as teacher aides in schools across South West Sydney.

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