Bulls News

Weekend Draw 23-24 June 2018

Bankstown Bulls Weekend Draw 23-24 June 2018 for Round 10 (u5-u12) and Round 11 (u13-opens). Bulls printable draw is attached. No games at Ruse Park this weekend with 18 sides playing away and 3 have the bye. Players still required for most age groups in particular Under 6 (b 2012), Under 8 (b 2010), Under 10 (b 2008), Under 13 (b 2005-06) and Under 16 (b 2002-03).more

Frank Pritchard main speaker for Sports Dinner

The Bankstown Bulls JRLFC Executive are pleased to confirm Frank 'The Tank' Pritchard will be the main speaker at the 2018 Sports Fundraising Dinner. The event will be held on Saturday 21st July starting from 6pm with tickets just $75 that includes food and unlimited beverages (except spirits).more

Bulldogs U15 Girls League Tag

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in partnership with the New South Wales Rugby League and National Rugby League are launching the districts inaugural U15 Girls League Tag competition.more

Bankstown Bulls Merchandise For Sale

Players, Members and Supporters can wear the Bankstown Bulls colours with pride with a range of options available for sale at the Ruse Park canteen on training nights and game days.more

2018 Bulldogs U13 Development Squad

Congratulations to the following Bankstown Bulls JRLFC players for their selection in the 2018 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Under 13 Development Squad: Charles Afeaki, Jacob Ayoub, Maxwell Taotua, Mitchell Taotua.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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