Bulls News

Coaches required at Bankstown Bulls

The Bankstown Bulls Junior Rugby League Football Club Incorporated still require coaches for several teams in 2018. Experience isn't necessary and the Bankstown Bulls JRLFC Executive provides financial assistance for coaches and trainers to meet the required accreditations. The following teams are vacant: under 5, under 6, under 7, under 8/2, under 9, under 13/2, under 20.more

Rebates available for Bankstown Bulls JRLFC players

Bankstown Bulls JRLFC players are encouraged to take advantage of the NSW Government's Active Kids Rebate Program, with a $100 voucher provided for registration and participation costs. Every family in NSW with a child enrolled in school from Kindergarten to year 12 will be eligible for the Active Kids Rebate, with the Office of Sport to facilitate the provision of vouchers from January 2018.more

Bankstown Bulls 2017 World Cup Representatives

The Bankstown Bulls have six junior players representing in the 2017 Rugby League World Cup.more

Marcelo Montoya 2017 Steve Mortimer Rookie of the Year

The 2017 season was a lean one for the Bulldogs, but an outstanding one for Marcelo Montoya where he finished up the clubs leading try scorer with 12 (next best was 9) and was in the Bulldogs top 3 performers.more

Building Young Achievers - Youth Athlete Program

Bankstown Bulls are proud to be associated with the 'Building Young Achievers - Youth Athlete Program'. The sessions will be independently run by fitness professionals from the 'Building Young Achievers' team. Bankstown Bulls is only getting bigger as a club and aim to become stronger as a family and stronger in football.more

Major Sponsor - Bankstown RSL Club

The Bankstown Bulls JRLFC Inc are pleased to have Bankstown RSL Club on board as the club's major sponsor for the 2018 season. Website: www.bankstownrsl.com.aumore

Bankstown Bulls Yearbook Online Edition (2014-16)

The Bankstown Bulls Yearbook ONLINE Edition is available for download in this article. Included are the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Yearbooks.more

Working With Children Check

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. It's now a compulsory requirement by law put in place by the NSW Government and endorsed by the NRL and the Bulldogs. The process can take up to four weeks so it's best advised to get your clearance NOW.more
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