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THE OFFICIAL SITE FOR THE MORLEY BULLDOGS JUNIOR FOOTBALL CLUB

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ROUND 8 (June 25 - 27)

This week is Sock it to Sarcoma week and you can wear odd socks and raise awareness and funds for Sarcoma research.

The Perth District, East Perth District and Swans District clubs, along with the Metro North Conference helped raise over $16,000 in 2020 by encouraging local football teams to wear odd socks to raise funds and awareness of Sarcoma throughout the local football community. More than $70,000.00 has been raised over the last six years.

Kalin Foley was in year seven in 2012 when he was diagnosed with a rare soft tissue paediatric sarcoma called Rhabdomyosarcoma after a suspected injury in a game of football. Kalin had played for Wanneroo Junior Football Club for many years & attended Prendiville Catholic College with many Ocean Ridge Junior Football Club players.


Kalin lost his battle at 15 years of age in September 2014 after an extensive treatment regime and one hell of a fight.


Sarcoma is a group of rare primary bone and soft tissue tumours, given a number of different names depending on the type of tissue from which they arise. The causes of sarcoma, including whether there are any underlying genetic links, are not yet established. This is the reason why more research into the molecular biology and etiology is so crucial.

All money goes directly to Sock it to Sarcoma to duns sarcoma awareness and research so please donate generously this weekend to your Team Managers and at the collection tins in the canteens that you play at.

#whyweplay  #sockittosarcoma

Todd Zani - President

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Round 6

JUN 18

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Round 7

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JUN 25

Round 8

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JUL 16

Round 9

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ABOUT THE DEN

Welcome to the official page of the Morley Bulldogs Junior Football Club
 

The Morley Bulldogs Junior Football Club was established in 1969 and is a family orientated club that welcomes players from Pre-Primary through to Year 12.

Morley has dedicated Girls teams for Years 4 to 8, and welcomes all girls from Pre-Primary to Year 10.


Morley Bulldogs Junior Football Club provides a safe and supportive environment where players have fun learning the skills and values of Australian Rules Football.

We are a community club run by volunteers, and based on Football, Family and Fun.


Morley Bulldogs Junior Football Club welcomes all participants and provides every young person with the opportunity to become a better player while enjoying the game of Australian Rules Football