The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have officially launched their 2019 Campaign with a function at Waterview in Bicenennial Park.
The evening saw Chair Lynne Anderson address an audience that included Players, Staff, Sponsors, Supporters and Media, with a strong theme being how much the club is looking to make all Members and Fans proud this year, as we look to return to being a leader in the game, both on and off the field.
Host Tim Gilbert, began by introducing the Top 30 NRL squad on to stage, before interviewing Head Coach Dean Pay and Captain Josh Jackson. In addition Tim spoke to Aiden Tolman and Corey Harawira-Naera about how the pre-season had gone so far.
In addition, a new club video was introduced which really highlights what it means to be a Bulldog. Voiced over by former player Graeme Hughes, it genuinely captures the heart and soul of both the history of the club and its supporters.
With the team beginning its NRL campaign on Saturday 16 March with a trip to play the Warriors in Auckland, there is a genuine level of excitement around about what this young and talented team can achieve this season.