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Bankstown Touch Association Woman's competition!

One of the best and elite competitions in Sydney. This competition provides many pathways for Women in all forms of Rugby League, you may find the confidence to graduate on to tag or tackle competition's next winter in the Canterbury Juniors and Representative Bulldog programs.


Get started now in the Bankstown Touch Association, details attached.more

JONATHAN THURSTON - LIVE

Rugby league superstar and future immortalmore
CB Bulldogs

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To All Under 13 Development Players...more
CB Bulldogs

ELITE SCHOOL FOR BULLDOGS JUNIORS

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CB Bulldogs

BREAKING NEWS:

This is a special story, take a look below and get to the 15’s development game vs Souths at ANZ, Friday 3rd August.more

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CB Bulldogs

BULLDOGS UNDER 17 DEVELOPMENT SQUAD

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CB Bulldogs

BULLDOGS LISA FIAOLA CUP SQUAD

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2018 NSW JRL Sports Injury Claim Form

NSW Junior Rugby League Sports Injury Claim Form. This information must be completed and signed by the Injured Person, a Club Official and your District Administrator and forwarded to Fullerton. Health Corporate Services within 30 days of injury. DO NOT wait for all accounts / receipts. We may be unable to deal with your claim properly if you have not answered all questions fully.more
National Rugby League

Coach, Trainer & Referee Courses

If you want to become a coach, trainer or referee or need to update click on the links below or visit the www.playnrl.com website and follow the links to the course of your requirements. Please note that all district, club or match officials over the age of 18 must have completed the Working With Children Check (WWCC) and been successfully CLEARED.more
National Rugby League

NRL Member Protection Policy

The National Rugby League (NRL) has a policy of using world’s best practice in risk management to support and enhance activities in all areas of our organisation and to ensure that risk management is an integral part of our decisionmaking process.more
NSW Government

Working With Children Check

To be involved in all Rugby League competitions across Australia all officials and helpers must obtain a Working With Children Check (WWCC) clearance. A WWCC is a prerequisite for anyone in child-related work which includes all Rugby League competitions and districts in Australia. It involves a national criminal history check and review of findings of workplace misconduct. Updated 06/11/2017.more
Rugby League Football

An Ode to Footy Coaches

They Teach the game to kids of all ages Putting up with crying kids And their parents’ rages.more
CBDJRL

Humble Beginnings - CBDJRL History

Summary of the formation of Rugby League in the Canterbury-Bankstown District.more
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