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On Monday, members of the Bulldogs squad went out to local schools as part of the 2018 Bulldogs Schools Community Blitz.


Students at 48 different schools got to meet their Bulldogs heroes, with the club looking to grow junior rugby league participation in local areas.


The Bulldogs players managed to engage with an estimated 10,000 students on the day.


All schools the players visited are listed below:


1. Hammondville PS

2. Panania PS

3. Sacred Heart Villawood

4. Wattawa Heights PS

5. Bankstown South Infants

6. Clemton Park PS

7. Blaxcell Street PS

8. St Peter Chanel Regents Pk

9. McCallums Hill PS

10. St John Vianney Greenacre

11. Lakemba PS

12. Bankstown North PS

13. Holsworthy PS

14. Padstow Park PS

15. Bass Hill PS

16. Georges River Grammar

17. Condell Park PS

18. Harcourt PS

19. Auburn PS

20. Immaculate Heart of Mary Sefton

21. Punchbowl PS

22. Malek Fahd Greenacre

23. Wiley Park PS

24. St Jeromes Punchbowl

25. Tower Street PS

26. Nuwarra PS

27. St Luke’s Revesby

28. Christ the King Yagoona

29. St Mary’s Georges Hall

30. Al Faisal Auburn

31. Regents Park PS

32. St Joseph’s Belmore

33. Banksia Road PS

34. St Therese’s Lakemba

35. Picnic Point PS

36. Chipping Norton PS

37. Revesby PS

38. Yagoona PS

39. Georges Hall PS

40. Bankstown PS

41. All Saints Grammar

42. Bankstown West PS

43. Villawood East PS

44. Belmore South PS

45. Holy Saviour Greenacre

46. Hampden Park PS

47. Rissalah Lakemba

48. Wattle Grove PS

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.