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Do you know someone who embodies the spirit of the Bulldogs – supportive when times are tough, always passionate about the team and proud to wear the Blue and White? 

Our first home game against the Eels last Friday 18th March saw three lucky members who live and breathe the Bulldog spirit WIN these once in a life-time game day experiences: 

18th Player 

Our first 18th jersey recipient for 2016 has followed the Club for 30 years. Lyn Smith accepted the award as a representative of our members as the 18th player– the runner in-support and voice of encouragement that pushes the boys to victory at every home game. Her willingness to travel from the Central Coast for Bulldogs home and away games embodies the true loyalty of the Bulldogs member base.  

Rookie of The Week 

7-year-old Joshua Johnstone received the Rookie of the Week award for his commitment to attending six home games in his first year despite living four hours away. The Rookie of the Week award is presented to a first year member at every home game who sets the standard of involvement and dedication for incoming members to follow. 

Home-Game Ball Deliverer

Third generation Bulldogs fan Phillip Makras undertook the task of carrying the match ball out onto the pitch before kickoff. The three-year-old was born and bred in Canterbury and won the experience for his passionate pride for the Blue and White jersey.  

Only Bulldogs members can be involved in these unique game day experiences!

 If you know someone worthy of our 18th Player, Rookie of The Week or Home-Game Ball Deliverer awards, you can enter in two ways: 

 1.     Send a letter address either 18 Member OR Rookie of the week to Bulldogs Rugby League Club, PO Box 123, Belmore, NSW, 2192

 2.     Via Email: , with 18th Member OR Rookie of the week in the heading. 

Want to be involved or know someone who would love to be, but not a Bulldogs member?

Visit our website or fetch a friend so you can get nominating to WIN these great prizes!

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.