Bulldogs host promising footballers at Belmore

Bulldogs host promising footballers at Belmore

This week will see the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs host nineteen highly talented 15 and 16-year old footballers at Belmore as part of the club's Youth High Performance Program.

Local players, plus those from Country NSW and Queensland, will partake in testing, skill development and wellbeing initiatives over the next three days, all of which are designed to provide the talented youth players with a game specific development program covering all areas of rugby league.

This holistic approach incorporates general and position specific skill acquisition, physiological monitoring and improvement plans, mind and motivation education, whilst at all times ensuring player welfare creates a healthy and balanced athlete.

Pathways Performance Manager Andy Patmore coordinates the camp with help from the Bulldogs Jersey Flegg and Wellbeing staff.