Bulldogs Coach, Shaun Pollock, has admitted to feeling “frustrated” after the side’s loss to the Western Suburbs Magpies at Henson Park.
A bright sunny date at Henson Park as the Bulldogs had a tough task ahead; Western Suburbs Magpies, third on the ladder just behind us on percentage.
Sydney weather seems to love footy as we had another beautiful sunny day as the Bulldogs took on Pennant Hills at home.
A final minute goal from the University of Sydney sunk the Stingrays in a rematch of last year’s grand final at University Oval on Saturday.
On an absolutely perfect day for footy, the Division 2 Bulldogs went into the match against Sydney University determined to stamp their authority and keep their winning record intact.
With twelve NEAFL listed players pulling on the SUANFC jersey in Sydney AFL Premier Division, including last year’s Sydney Swans AFL Grand Finalist, Xavier Richards, this was always going to be a tough contest for the young UNSW/ES Bulldogs team.
The Bulldogs were looking to keep the momentum rolling on from their Round One victory on a bright sunny day as they took on Manly Warringah at Henson Park.
The Bulldogs held on through a third quarter comeback from the Manly/Warringah Wolves to produce a 50 point win in their first home game of the season at Henson Park.
Congratulations to Jake Reid who will play his 50th game for the Dogs this Saturday, 8 April.
On behalf of its members, the UNSW/ES Football Club congratulates current Women’s Premier division coach Tracey Kick