Rugby league: Kalamunda Bulldogs sniff out permanent kennel


Bulldogs president and junior president Stephen Mills and Stacey Cropp with club members. Picture: David Baylis  �������   d469115
Bulldogs president and junior president Stephen Mills and Stacey Cropp with club members. Picture: David Baylis ������� d469115

THE Kalamunda Bulldogs are looking for a permanent place to call home.

Since having to vacate Pioneer Park a few years back, the National Rugby League WA club has been without a permanent home ground and clubhouse.

It has been sharing facilities and playing games at Hartfield Park and wants to be considered for the area used by hockey when it goes to the old pony clubs in Forrestfield.

Bulldogs president Stephen Mills wrote to Kalamunda Shire President Andrew Waddell.

However, Cr Waddell said the hockey grounds were already allocated to the Forrestfield United Soccer Club.

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