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  • Harvey Norman Sponsors Women's Pathways

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    Harvey Norman named the first major sponsor of women's Rugby League and the unbroken pathway from under-six girls to open representative competition in both states.

  • Tarsha Gale Winning On and Off the Field

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    The Bulldogs Tarsha Gale Cup team are winning on the field, but are also kicking goals off it.

  • NRL announces additional State of Mind ambassadors

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    Leading NRL referees Ben Cummins and Matt Cecchin will join a total of 12 new NRL State of Mind ambassadors supporting the game’s State of Mind mental health program.

  • Bulldogs Blitz Local Dunedin Schools

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    Bulldogs stars Chase Stanley and Terry Lamb spent their first day in Dunedin heading around local schools to promote health and well-being messages.

  • NRL supports Australian Wheelchair World Cup squad

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    The Australian squad for the 2017 Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup was announced on Monday, alongside a generous commitment from the National Rugby League to aide their upcoming campaign.

  • Brydens Lawyers to Sponsor Community Memberships for Families

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    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are proud to today announce a continuation of the partnership that will see Brydens Lawyers sponsor 500 community memberships for families in their local area.

  • Bulldogs Community Mural

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    The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs want YOU involved in the design and painting of a community mural at the underpass at Redman Parade and Terry Lamb Reserve in Belmore.

  • Moses Mbye is a Man on a Mission

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    Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs star Moses Mbye says he's only now taking the first steps to understanding his heritage.

  • Indigenous Players Camp 2017

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    Adam Elliott has joined more than 25 past and present Indigenous rugby league players, including members of this year's men's Indigenous All Stars team, have come together for a two-day camp.

  • NRL Stars Drive Respect at Schools

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    James Graham, Josh Jackson, Nathan Cleary and Tim Browne have visited schools in Bankstown and Penrith to promote respect in the community.