The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will put the spotlight firmly on men's health when they kick off their 2011 NRL pre-season campaign this coming Monday, 1 November.
With a number of new recruits joining the side for the first time, the Bulldogs will train for the first time this pre-season in special T-shirts designed for the launch of the 2010 Movember campaign.
Movember raises vital funds and awareness for men's health, specifically prostate cancer and depression in men, with Bulldogs in the Community partner beyondblue a beneficiary of the initiative alongside the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.
A host of Bulldogs players and staff will once again be throwing their weight behind Movember, growing moustaches over the course of the month to raise funds to aid men's health.
Among the new recruits joining the Bulldogs for the first time on Monday will be halves Trent Hodkinson and Kris Keating, prop Aiden Tolman, prop/back rower Grant Millington and outside back Michael Lett.
Joining the squad in the near future will be Kiwi internationals Greg Eastwood and Frank Pritchard, as well as outside back Jonathan Wright.
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