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Terry Lamb and Josh Jackson visit Trevor McCarren

Club legend Terry Lamb and captain Josh Jackson have taken time out of their day to visit Trevor McCarren.

McCarren, a huge Bulldogs supporter and grandson of the first ever captain of Canterbury in Jack Morrison, has been hospitalized due to a major cardiac issue.

During his time in hospital, Trevor missed the presentation night for his son's victorious Grand Final team, which was heartbreaking as he is the manager of the side.

Missing out on the presentation was extremely emotional for him, but Jackson and Lamb were on hand to present Trevor with his jacket and spend time with the family during their hospital visit.

McCarren's favourite player is Josh Jackson, because of the similarities between the two in terms of being hard working, humble, selfless and honest.

An example of Trevor's selflessness saw him drive a car full of donated food to Dubbo for farmers and also serve in our army reserve.

The visit was a complete surprise for Trevor and everyone at the Bulldogs wishes him well with his recovery.


On behalf of Trevor, and our family, I want to say a big thank you for making yesterday afternoon happen.

It is a memory our family with cherish, on a day that Trev was probably feeling at his lowest!

He has improved slightly today, and I have sat with him and shown him the lead up correspondence that took place over the last few weeks.

These things don't just happen!

Thanks also to Terry, Josh and Steve Turner. Their relaxed friendly nature, along with their compassion for how unwell Trev was did not go unnoticed.

We look forward to seeing all the amazing images taken yesterday.

One day at a time - Go The Bulldogs!!

Kind Regards,
Patrina McCarren

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.