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Earlier in the week, Bulldogs players took the NRL's Wellbeing message to their local community.

Around 30 of our fulltime squad participated in this important educational program delivering messages of how to live a living a healthy lifestyle and the benefits of goal setting.

The Dogs players spoke to the kids about the importance of getting enough sleep, staying hydrated and eating properly.

Speaking from Condell Park Primary School, Morris praised the work done by the Club in the local community and how the messages of healthy living was being communicated to Primary School children.

"It's good to get out in the community and go to different schools in the Bulldogs area," Morris said.

"It's important to spread the message of wellbeing, because as a young kid you need to make sure you’re doing the right things in regards to your sleep and hydration.

"If we can pass on some of our knowledge to the young kids, hopefully it can make a difference."

Five-eight Josh Reynolds was joined by new recruit Will Hopoate at Wiley Park Public School to share their thoughts on living a healthy life.

"It was good to get amongst the community, especially the kids and share the wellbeing message," said Hopoate.

Key achievements from Bulldogs Community Blitz

·         30 schools (Primary and Secondary) visited across Canterbury, Bankstown, Liverpool and Auburn

·         Educational messages delivered around Health & Wellbeing and Dream, Believe, Achieve

·         Over 7000 students were visited across Canterbury, Bankstown, Auburn and Liverpool

Some testimonials from schools yesterday

Brian Perrett - Assistant Principal, Banksia Road

“The boys did a great job today and were a credit to the club and the game. Thanks very much for arranging it”

Nick Ciraldo – Principal, Wattle Grove Public School

“Thanks for organising it. The boys did a great job. If you get a chance to email me the photo taken at the end of the day, we could run it in our newsletter for the entire school community”

Grace Villari - School Administrative Manager, Condell Park Public School

“Thanks for all your work behind the scenes, it was really appreciated. The children really enjoyed having the players here and quietly some of the teachers as well”

Shadi Ghazal - PDHPE Faculty,  Granville Boys High School

“The players and NRL  staff were absolutely outstanding and were very good with our students. Josh, Curtis and the other gentleman who I can’t remember his name (I apologise haha) were awesome with the students and showed just how down to earth and humble they are. They make such great role models and are a credit to the NRL and the Bulldogs club”

Menaka Muralidhara- Teacher,  Hampden Park Public School

“Thank you for this great opportunity, our students enjoyed the great experience. Thanks to you and the players for making this happen”

Fabrizio Fieni  - Teacher / Coordinator, Christ the King Catholic Primary School

“It was great having the players come out even if they do have a heavy training schedule. The children from Christ the King School thoroughly enjoyed the presentation”


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.