There are a number of variables in rugby league but one thing is for certain; the students and teachers at All Saints Grammar love the Bulldogs!
Moses Mbye took great pleasure introducing new recruits Chase Stanley and Kayne Brennan to the passion and enthusiasm of students at local All Saints Grammar in Lakemba on Thursday, December 5.
The Bulldogs in the Community visit coincided with the schools annual picnic day, which was moved from Terry Lamb Reserve due to weather; but that didnt stop the students coming alight with cheers and support for the three players as they entered through the school gates.
Having spent a number of years away from Belmore, Chase was amazed of the infatuation the students had for the Bulldogs and the excitement visible on every childs face. It was a terrific welcome party for the new players.
In celebration of a fun filled day, year groups were spread around the yard and in classrooms, taking part in various activities such as dancing, cricket and footy skills.
The Kindergarten students were having their very own homemade dance party in their classroom, grooving to Red Foos Lets get ridiculous. The players were impressed with the skills on display and were equally enthusiastic in showing the kindys a move or two.
The Bulldogs pass the ball board was a hit with the older students, testing their skill with various Bulldogs goodies up for grabs. Moses, Kayne and Chase also had a chat to students about how they came to be at the Bulldogs and answered lots of questions from the inquisitive students.
A big thanks to All Saints Grammar; it is great to see the passion for the Bulldogs is alive and well in our Primary Schools.