Bulldogs Make Three Key Staffing Appointments

Bulldogs Make Three Key Staffing Appointments

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have appointed Dave Warwick as the Club's new Recruitment and Development manager for NRL season 2012 and beyond.

Warwick joins the Club from Manly-Warringah and fills the gap left by the departure of Peter Mulholland at the conclusion of the season just passed.

It's one of three key staffing appointments the Club has made in recent weeks, with Scott Murray also joining the Club as Toyota Cup head coach while Barry Ward has relinquished his seat on the Bulldogs football Club Board to take on the role of Bulldogs NSW Cup coach.

Murray becomes just the second man to coach the Bulldogs at Toyota Cup level, following on from Junior Kangaroos coach Andy Patmore, who has been promoted to full time NRL assistant under Jim Dymock.

Warwick boasts decades of experience in the recruitment and retention of football teams in addition to his eight seasons with the Sea Eagles, having worked with Brisbane's Wynnum Manly, the Northern Eagles, and the North Sydney Bears.