- Buckley and Bell enjoy Rookie SuccessNovember 27, 2017
- Coaching Expressions of Interest now openNovember 13, 2017
- Stingrays and Bulldogs to fly the same flag in 2018November 13, 2017
- Max Lower claims Jack Dean Trophy and Phoebe Monahan takes out Women’s Best and FairestNovember 13, 2017
- Bulldogs join forces in support of Marriage EqualitySeptember 20, 2017
- U19s fall short in pursuit of the Grand FinalSeptember 6, 2017
- Demons come back to haunt Premier DivisionSeptember 6, 2017
- Stingrays secure Grand Final berthAugust 28, 2017
- Second Chance Buoys DogsAugust 28, 2017
- Momentum builds for Division TwoAugust 8, 2017
- Demons make living hell for DogsJuly 31, 2017
- Bulldogs slay the DemonsJuly 31, 2017
- Stingrays claim top spotJuly 17, 2017
- Injury sours Dogs winJuly 17, 2017
- Div One takes out must-win clashJuly 10, 2017
- President heaps praise on Coach after tight winJuly 10, 2017
- UNSW/ES AFL Mid Season Review: How is your team faring?July 5, 2017
- Wolves feel the StingJuly 3, 2017
- Bulldogs stomp the Western SuburbsJuly 3, 2017
- Bulldog’s claim win without “focal point” forwardJune 26, 2017
- Calling all former Bulldogs and Stingrays!June 21, 2017
- Dogs stunned by Magic tricksJune 19, 2017
- Premier Division (W) Top of the Table ClashJune 16, 2017
- Dragons collar the Dogs in milestone matchJune 5, 2017
- Pollock and Blakey boost Bulldogs in win.June 5, 2017
The UNSW/ES Bulldogs continue to build their AFL selection pathways with young guns Jack Buckley and James Bell picked up in the Rookie Draft by the GWS Giants and Sydney Swans respectively.
In 2018, the structure of the Sydney AFL competition will be changing to incorporate a Reserve Grade for men and a revamped divisionalised competition, whilst the women’s competition will see a third division added.
The UNSW Eastern Suburbs Stingrays Women’s and Bulldogs Men’s teams will serve under the same banner in 2018.
The 2017 UNSW-Eastern Suburbs Bulldogs & Stingrays annual presentation night was held at Moore Park Golf Club on Friday, 27 October, with young prodigy Max Lower picking up the Jack Dean trophy for Best & Fairest of Premier Division.