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Make sure you get to the game early to enjoy all of our pre-game family friendly entertainment!

On your way into the stadium swing by the warm up zone where the kids can have a kick and learn some new moves with our NRL Development officers wholl be running a Rugby League clinic.

Benny and the Pets, one of our great Corporate partners, are offering free initial consultations for your pet. Be sure to pop past their van next to the warm up area outside gate K to collect your voucher and whilst your there you can say gday to Hugo the playful Pug.

Make sure you pick up your limited edition Sam Kasiano facemask from the customer service outlets at Aisle 127 and 104 and register for your chance to win a visit for you and a friend to the dressing room after tonights match.

Our Community Partner the Salvation Army at Campsie will be out in force on the evening. Enjoy the sounds of the Salvation Army band who will be joined by students from Campsie Public School whilst they perform at Gates K and Gates B.

Keeping with a tradition started by the Late Karen Folkes the beautiful partners of our players and staff including Christine Hasler and Simone Ennis, will be bucket collecting in support of the Salvos from 6.30pm at Gates B and K, so be sure to say hello and give a donation.

Members Only Activities:

Our beautiful Belles will be running a cheer clinic in Club 18 at 6.15pm bring your little ones by so they can learn how to cheer on our boys with the signature Belles style.

NSW Origin Representative Josh Reynolds will also be making an appearance in Club 18 at 6.30pm alongside the hilarious duo that is on field commentary team, Rob & Tahir.

If you havent got your tickets to tomorrow nights clash, call Ticketek on 132 849 to secure yours or click HERE
Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.