Next Sunday, June 1, sees the Bulldogs up against Shellharbour at home.
All grades plus WLT with the first game at 10.35am.
All teams are expected to fare well, and we look forward to all supporters being at Mollymook Oval.
All the usual food and refreshments available on the day.
Next Sunday the junior rugby league will be conducting their major raffle at our game.
Following the break in at their canteen we are keen to help out help them recover some of their losses.
Please give them your support.
Congratulations to Scott D'Ombrain and all his helpers in organising a great Players Night at Milton Ulladulla ExServos on Saturday night.
All who attended enjoyed their evening with trivia, raffles, sumo suits and music.
Puddin and Gary Warburton were a highlight with Puddin getting the upper hand late in the bout.
The girls also showed some good form to round out the night.
Another Players Night is planned for later in the year so we will keep you informed.
The 100 Club Dinner will be held on Saturday, June 20, at the Milton Ulladulla ExServos Club - 6pm for 6.30 start.
There are still a few tickets available, and this promises to be a great night. Call Cath Becker on 0404612516 if you would like a ticket and join us on the night.
Preparations are under way for the Sponsors/Supporters and Players Dinner to be held at the Milton Ulladulla ExServos Club on Friday, August 1.
A few surprises for this night with a special guest speaker and other events to make for a great evening.
This is our night to thank you all.
Bulldogs Seek Victory
In their first Sunday game for some time the Milton Ulladulla Bulldogs will take on the Shellharbour Sharks next weekend at Mollymook Oval in four grades.
The first match will commence at 10.35am with the local WLT team taking on Shellharbour.
The Milton Ulladulla team were on top with Kiama until last weekend when Albion Park defeated Nowra Bomaderry.
The top five is now Kiama, Milton Ulladulla, APOF all on 12, Berry 10 and Jamberoo 9.
Amy Austin of Milton Ulladulla is the top try scorer in the competition with 12.
Kristy Church of Kiama the top points scorer with 84, Ebony Murray of Milton Ulladulla second with 58 and third Amy Austin third with 50 points.
Shellharbour who are returning to Group 7 from the Illawarra League are will down the ladder but are improving each week.
The Under 18s are starting to find form and fitness and are precariously holding equal third on the competition table.
On top is APOF with 15, Berry and Gerringong equal second on 14, Stingrays and Milton Ulladulla equal on 12 and Shellharbour are sixth on 9 points.
Last weekend the Sharks went down to Stingrays 28/10 and are on the improve.
This promises to be a top game also and the Bulldogs need to string together another win to maintain their position on the ladder.
Shellharbour and Warilla lead the competition on 14, Gerringong third on 12, APOF 10 in fourth, Jamberoo 8 in fifth followed by Milton, Kiama and Berry on 6.
To stay with the leaders a herculean effort will be needed by the Bulldogs to down the frontrunners Shellharbour.
The Bulldogs will have the home ground advantage and played well in their last outing against Nowra Bomaderry. This week will see the return of Coach Owen Dredge to duty after returning from a family commitment. The forced retirement of Scott Webb is disappointing for Scott who was fast developing into a first grade player.
Shellharbour City Sharks had a 36/10 win over the Port Kembla Blacks last weekend
The Ex Servo's First Graders will be chasing their third win of the season in an endeavour to stay in touch with the top five.
The competition after last weekend’s games is :- Warilla 16, Shellharbour 14, Kiama 12, Jamberoo 11, Jets 9, Gerringong 8 Milton 6.
Milton Ulladulla still have their Round 8 game against Kiama in hand and after Shellharbour this weekend have Nowra Bomaderry away, a Kiama at home (Round 8 Game) , Pork Kembla at home, Gerringong at home , Jamberoo away , Berry away, APOF at home, Warilla at home, Kiama away, Shellharbour away and a Bye in the last Round on August 24.
Sunday should see the return of regular captain Garry Warburton and hopefully AJ Hatch another former Group 7 Representative.
Before heading to Canterbury Bankstown in the NRL competition, Warburton was the only player in the history of Group 7 to win the Under 18 Player of the Year two years in succession in 2004 and 2005.
His defence and bustling ball running was sadly missed in Milton Ulladulla's last outing against Nowra Bomaderry.