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After a successful community trip to PNG last year, the Bulldogs with the assistance from the Canterbury Leagues Club, ACPE, Jorco Recruitment, Civil PNG, Goddard and Tyne, the Bulldogs headed to PNG and Kavieng for a community and development program once again. The trip was supported by the Kavieng Hotel, Lissenung Island resort, Nusa Island Retreat, Jaycar, Brooks, Manta Boards, Bear designs, CCC and Air Niugini.

The group consisted of Bulldog players, staff, leagues club staff and an ACPE student who would spend the next seven days in PNG heading out to schools, running coaching clinics, building a classroom,and promoting the game of Rugby League in PNG.

The group headed off from Sydney and after a short stop over in Port Moresby, where we were greeted by the locals and the media, the team made their way to Kavieng.

Kavieng is situated only two degrees south of the Equator on the north-western end of the island of New Ireland and on arrival we were once again greeted by the local residents, before heading to the Kavieng Hotel, where they would spend the night being hosted by the owner of the Hotel, Leo Badcock, who has been a corporate partner of the Bulldogs since 2009.

Unfortunately Zaps bag did not turn up, but these things happen.

The group gathered for a welcome BBQ, where they chattered and mingled with local business owners.
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.