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  • Raising Spirits at Canterbury Hospital


    Josh Jackson and Kayne Brennan paid a visit to Canterbury Hospital in late March to raise the spirits of the young and old as part of a renewed local partnership, where they uncovered an unlikely ally!

  • Bulldogs a hit at Mount Lawley PS


    Bulldog players Trent Hodkinson and Sam Perrett spent the afternoon at Mount Lawley Primary School in Perth to take the kids through a skills clinic. Bulldogs TV spoke to Sam Perrett about the visit and the upcoming match against the Melbourne Storm.

  • Puppy Play: Moorebank Rams


    Bulldogs TV headed out to the Moorebank Rams Junior Rugby League during the week to catch up with the kids and get an insight into the club.

  • Smiles a Plenty at Sydney Children's Hospital


    Reni Maitua and Tyrone Phillips spent time at Sydney Children’s Hospital on Wednesday, March 19 cheering up some young patients and converting some new Doggies supporters’ one bed at a time.

  • The Terry Lamb Cup


    The Terry Lamb Cup was held during the week at The Crest Sports fields at Bass Hill with local schools going head to head in a 7’s tournament.

  • M&J Presents $3000 to Riverwood PS


    Bulldogs players Josh Reynolds, Tim Browne and Moses Mbye received a superstar welcome from students at Riverwood Public School when they arrived on Wednesday, March 12 to chat to the students about living a healthy lifestyle and present a $3000 first prize cheque for the Bulldogs M&J Chicken Healthy Lifestyle Competition.

  • Puppy Play: Berala Bears


    During the week Bulldogs TV headed out to Berala Bears Junior Rugby League Club to spend time with the kids and see how this great Junior League Club is going.

  • Puppy Play: St Johns Eagles


    Bulldogs TV headed down to Punchbowl Park to catch up with the kids from the St Johns Eagles.

  • Bulldogs Tackle Bullying on the Fraser Coast

    Bulldogs Tackle Bullying on the Fraser Coast

    Six players, 36 schools, 13,802 students, one meet and greet and one come and try clinic capped off a fulfilling four days touring the Fraser Coast as part of the Bulldogs and the NRL’s ‘Tackle Bullying’ Community Carnival.

  • Ecstatic Bulldogs Supporter Sheds a Tear


    To say Ben loves the Bulldogs is an understatement and when his name was pulled from the bucket to win a Bulldogs signed jersey at Friday’s Shine fundraising breakfast on the Sunshine Coast, his reaction and passion for the Bulldogs had the room in tears.

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