BATHURST BULLDOGS RUGBY CLUB Inc.
P.O.Box 502, Bathurst, NSW, 2795
Hereford St, Bathurst. (From Sydney, go into Bathurst CBD area, turn right at lights at KFC corner, go over river, continue 500 metres and turn right into Ashwood park).
2012 - 2nd Grade Runners up, Colts Semi Finalists
2011 - Club Champions, 1st Grade Semi Finalists, 2nd Grade Premiers, 3rd Grade Finalists, Colts Premiers.
2010 - Club Champions, 1st Grade Premiers, Colts Premiers, Club Champions, 2nd Grade Minor Premiers, 3rd Grade Semi Finalists
2009 - Club Champions, 1st Grade Runners-up, 2nd Grade Premiers
2008 - 1st Grade Runners-up, 2nd Grade Premiers.
2007 - Well.... We Tried real hard!!. (Rebuilding year)
2006 - 1st Grade Semifinalists, 2nd Grade Minor Premiers
2005 - 1st Grade Premiers,
P.O.Box 502, Bathurst, NSW, 2795
Bathurst Bulldogs Rugby Club would like to invite you to join our club for the upcoming season. Our club offers something for everyone and promises fun and entertainment in a safe and friendly environment.
We offer Rugby for Colts (U'20) as well as 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade senior sides in the Blowes Clothing Cup. Perhaps the strongest and most consistent rugby club in the Central West, NSW.
This year, the 1st Division Blowes Clothing cup competition will be played on a home and away basis amongst teams from Dubbo Kangaroos, Dubbo Rhinos, Narromine Gorillas, Orange City Lions (2012 Premiers), Orange Emus, CSU Mitchell, Bathurst Bulldogs, Forbes Platypi and Parkes Boars .The 2nd Tier Australian National Field Days competion is for towns capable of fielding either 1 or 2 teams. A very strong and vibrant competiton.
We conduct regular social functions after each home game as well as numerous other special events, such as 'red faces' and "International beer festival" as well as memorial day. Players and supporters are always welcome at the Kings Hotel, our pub sponsor for 2013..
Based in the Central West of NSW, Bathurst is located approximately 2 1/2 hours west of Sydney. With a population of approximately 38000 people. Our new home ground is Anne Ashwood Park, just off Hereford Street on the eastern side of Bathurst. When driving from Sydney, come into Bathurst and turn right at George St set of lights (KFC corner), adjacent to McDonalds. Go down George St, over low level bridge across Macquarie River. Continue for 500 Metres, then turn right into Ashwood Park.
Additionally, Bathurst Bulldogs Juniors (U'13) have had their inaugural year in Central West Rugby in 2009. go to http://bathurstbulldogsjuniors.rugbynet.com.au . They have grown from strength to strength and are hopeful of fielding U'15 team shortly. Bathurst Burrs field teams in U'7, U'9 and U'11 age divisions in Central West Junior Competition.
Bathurst Bulldogs Club colours are Blue and yellow hoops with blue shorts and blue and yellow hooped socks.
Steeped in tradition, Bulldogs are one of the oldest inland Rugby teams in Country NSW. Formed in 1874 under the name of "Bathurst Football Club" such notable players as Ben Chifley, former Prime Minister, have graced our hallowed turf. Many other notable dignatories have pulled on the jumper for the Bathurst Football Club, Bathurst Teachers College, Bathurst City Rugy Club and now, Bathurst Bulldogs Rugby Club. Australian Representatives (at all levels) such as Ron Graham, Marty Roebuck, Matt Stock, Lars Hedburg, have also pulled on the Blue and Gold at some stage.
Numerous life memberships have been bestowed upon members over the years. Life members include; Col (The old Cove) Buchanen (dec), Harold (H)Weal (dec). Ken (KC) Laird, Peter (Apples) Allenby (dec), Sandy (Rock) Robinson, Boyd (BJ) Richardson (dec), Dave (Wallaby) Walker, Peter (Stevo)Stephens, Phil (Mockles) Mockler,Phil (Faggot) Newton, George (George) Dalziell,Austin (Paddy) Daley, John (PJ) Maynard, Brian (Rabs) Roberson, Tuma (Tuma) Aisake (2012) and Michael (Begs) Begley (2012).