Canterbury Bulldogs halfback Trent Hodkinson was tonight awarded the coveted Ken Stephen Medal for his outstanding service to the community at the 2014 NRL One Community Awards.
Bulldogs Members and Supporters have just 10 days to cast their vote for Trent Hodkinson to take out the prestigious Ken Stephen Medal at the 2014 NRL One Community Awards which will be held on September 25 at the Carriageworks, Sydney.
Chief Executive Raelene Castle today undertook her ‘ice-challenge’ after she was nominated by David Ray ( General Manager, NRL Digital Media, Telstra Media Group).
Reading is an essential tool for life and on Monday, September 1, Jacob Loko and Lloyd Perrett paid a special visit to the students at Narwee Public School to launch the Dymock’s Children’s Charities “School Library Regeneration Program” and speak to the students about the importance of reading.
Half-back Trent Hodkinson has been nominated for the Ken Stephen Medal for his efforts as an NRL player, who has not only achieved on the field, but has also committed time off the field to community projects.
Bulldogs TV has recently visited the Under 8s from Bankstown Sports Junior Rugby League Club.
The 2014 Inspiring Australia Luncheon has been held and it was an opportunity for guests to hear the Inspiring Stories of Trent Hodkinson, Reni Maitua and Private Damien Thomlinson.
The Bulldogs will auction their match worn jerseys and shorts after the match, while the Rabbitohs will auction their match worn shorts after the match.
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and South Sydney Rabbitohs will this Thursday night play for the Special Olympics Cup and the Bulldogs are encouraging all members to attend, in order to make a big donation to Special Olympics.
In the lead up to the Special Olympics Cup this Thursday, the Bulldogs played host to some very special athletes to compete in a Mini Special Olympics at Belmore.