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Kearney cleared

Emma Kearney is free to play against Carlton after being cleared of a rough conduct charge by the MRP

5:06pm  Feb 27, 2017

Groves remains upbeat

Despite the weekend's loss, AFLW coach positive about the future

3:18pm  Feb 27, 2017

Pies pip Dogs

Bulldogs fall seven points short, as a five minute Magpie burst proves match defining.

10:14pm  Feb 25, 2017

SEDA PROGRAM

Western Bulldogs Football Club and SEDA have been working together since establishing a partnership in 2014.

SEDA is an education program that exists to engage, educate and empower young people as they transition from school to employment or further study. SEDA’s program was established in 2006 to meet the needs of young people whose education preference is for an applied and context relevant learning experience.

The partnership provides excellent opportunities for the SEDA students to see the operations of an elite AFL club in action.

The club works specifically with the AFL Sunshine and AFL Ballarat classes and

Students from both groups are provided with some unique experiences and are given the opportunity to work with the Western Bulldogs on a variety of activities and events, including;

  • Family Day
  • Superclinics
  • Football Gala Days
  • Bulldogs Friendly School Program Sessions
  • Home matches at Etihad Stadium

If you are interested in learning more about SEDA, please visit www.sedagroup.com.au