Old Dogs to return to the kennel

The 1987 Bulldogs premiership side.

The 1987 Bulldogs premiership side.

THIS Saturday, July 15 at Bill Andriske Oval will be the biggest day of the 2017 calendar for the Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs RLFC.

The club will be holding cancer awareness round as well as hosting a reunion for its 1987 premiership team.

The old boys will have a television set up to watch a replay of their 1987 premiership, played in front of the biggest ever grand final crowd to date at Kiama Showground.

The Bulldogs won the game 13-12 against Gerringong after the scores were level 12-all.

With seconds left on the clock, front-rower Stuart Brown nailed a field goal from 30 metres out, to the left of the uprights, as the full-time hooter sounded to secure the club their first ever first grade premiership.

The day that starts at 10:45am with a top of the table under 18s clash between the Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs and Albion Park-Oak Flats – which will place the winning team two points in front and on top of the ladder. 

Next will be a replay of the 2016 WLT grand final between the Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs and the Jamberoo Superoos.

The cancer awareness jerseys Milton-Ulladulla's first grade side will be wearing on Saturday to raise money for Milton cancer patients.

The cancer awareness jerseys Milton-Ulladulla's first grade side will be wearing on Saturday to raise money for Milton cancer patients.

This will be followed by reserves grade (1.15pm) and first grade (2.45pm), who will be also playing Jamberoo – with the latter wearing cancer awareness jerseys, with all proceeds going to Milton cancer patients and former Bulldog Daniel Peats’ son, who was diagnosed with a brain cancer.

Later that evening, the Mollymook Golf Club will be hosting the Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs Red Faces night – with each grade putting on at least two shows.

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