Bulldogs News


The Bulldogs go pink for Tenovus Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Prior to Saturday’s match against Briton Ferry Llansawel, members of the first team squad and the Board visited the Tenovus Cancer Care charity shop in Treorchy to raise awareness of the ‘Go Pink’ campaign for October.

In the match against Briton Ferry, the Bulldogs wore their special pink kit to help raise awareness of Breast Cancer.

Every year around 2,800 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in Wales alone and the Bulldogs want to assist Tenovus Cancer Care in raising awareness.

“It’s a really important cause,” said Bulldogs midfielder Andre Griffiths. “I’m really pleased that we as a club are able to help in this small way to raise awareness of the Go Pink campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.”

Later this month, the Bulldogs Youth Team will also take to the field in the pink kit and Tenovus Cancer Care will be doing bucket collections at various matches to raise much needed funds for the charity.


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