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.
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.