Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs

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Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs
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Club information
Full name Milton-Ulladulla
Rugby League Football Club
Nickname(s) The Bulldogs
Colours Primary:
     Pale Blue
Current details
Coach Brendan Fernley, Mick Hampson, Peter Leffley & Cheyanne Hatch
Competition Group 7 Rugby League
Premierships 5 (1987, 1989, 2004, 2005, 2008)
Runners-up 2 (1979, 2002)
Minor premiership ? (2004)

The Milton-Ulladulla Bulldogs are an Australian rugby league football team based in Ulladulla, a coastal town in the South Coast region. The club is a part of Country Rugby League and has competed in the South Coast first grade competition since the 1930s.


The Bulldogs originally competed in the Group 16 Rugby League competition before making the switch to the South Coast during the 1930s. Their success was far from instantaneous. It took the club until 1987 to win their inaugural first-grade premiership after five decades competing in the league. They have enjoyed relatively good success, however, in recent times. The Bulldogs made the final in 2002 before going down to Batemans Bay at the Tigers home ground, Mackay Park. In 2004, the Dogs did the double winning the minor premiership and taking out the title with a classy 50-12 performance over fifth-place playoff winning side, Berry Magpies, at Berry Showground.[1] The Bulldogs made it back-to-back titles in 2005, with another good performance in the final, defeating minor premiers Albion Park-Oak Flats Eagles at Centenary Park, Albion Park, 34-22.[2] In 2008, the Bulldogs took home the title again, this time win a home victory over minor premiers Shellharbour 36-24. In 2013 the Bulldogs formed their first Women's League Tag team. In 2014 with former Shark Captain/player and Daly M Award winner David Hatch coaching helped lead the girls to a 12-8 win over Kiama Knights in the Premiership Grand Final. Player of the match E. Haynes. 2014 Top point and try scorer for the club went to Ebony Murray. And Group 7 Player of the Year went to Cheyanne Hatch. The girls were Minor Premiers in 2015 when through undefeated but unfortunately lost to rivals Kiama in the Grand Final. Top points for 2015 went to Ebony Murray, Most tries scored was the first grader Blake Mackey tied with Women's League Tag Emily Burke. Group 7 Players of the year was awarded to Adam Stone and Cheyanne Hatch for her second consecutive year.[3]


The team's colours are pale blue, red and white.[4]

Notable Juniors



1987, 1989, 2004, 2005, 2008
  • Group 7 Rugby League Runners-Up: 2
1979, 2002
  • Clayton Cup: None
  • Group 7 Women's League Tag Premierships: 1


  • Michael Cronin Medal: 5
Greg Sherwin (2000)
Adam Stone (2004, 2005 & 2015)
Thomas Cook (2009)
Ken McIndoe (1987)
Mark Hensen (1991)
Cheyanne Hatch (2014 & 2015)
  • Rookie of the Year: 3
Ron Mathie (1969)
Peter Thompson (1979)
Ian Long (1982)
Adam Stone (2004)
  • Leading Point-scorer of the Year: 4
Brett Davis (1988)
Greg Sherwin (2003)
Justin Holbrook (2004)
Ebony Murray (2014)
  • Leading Try-scorer of the Year: 8
Peter Oates (1982)
Brett Davis (1988)
Clinton Bennets (2001)
Greg Sherwin & Clinton Bennets (2003)
Justin Holbrook (2004)
Thomas Cook (2009)
Ebony Murray (2014)
  • Kevin Walsh Scholarship: 6
Ben Saunders (1995)
Lewis Tait (2000)
Bryce Cummings (2002)
AJ Hatch (2007)
Harrison Miller (2008)
Alex Rossetto (2010)
  • Under-18s Player of the Year: 2
Gary Warburton (2004 & 2005)
  • Under-21s Player of the Year: 2
Adam Stone (2005)
Thomas Cook (2007)

Source: Group 7 History


  1. ^ Bulldogs put bite on Maggies
  2. ^ Back-to-back Bulldogs
  3. ^ Great Day for Bulldogs
  4. ^ Milton-Ulladulla club info

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