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Camp Quality will take centre stage this Friday night at ANZ Stadium as the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs play host to the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Round 21 of the NRL's Telstra Premiership.
The Bulldogs have donated 500 tickets to Camp Quality for the match, allowing children living with cancer and their families to attend Camp Quality round, while volunteers will be out in force around the Stadium collecting donations throughout the evening.
As the Bulldogs Premier Community Partner, Camp Quality will be the focus of a number of events before and during the match.
The Bulldogs Club will make a significant donation to Camp Quality before kickoff, while a celebrity kicking competition will take place on ANZ Stadium at half time.
In addition, 10,000 special player face masks will be handed out to supporters on their way into the venue.
In team news, Head Coach Kevin Moore has added bulk to his interchange bench for Friday night's match, with Chris Armit coming in for Gary Warburton in the only change to the 17 that took on the Eels last Friday night.