Back to Belmore expresses profound gratitude to outgoing Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle for her pivotal role over the past four years in transforming Belmore Sports Ground into the venue it is today.
Under Raelene's watch, the Bulldogs staged their first NRL premiership match of the 21st century at the venue in June 2015 and her commitment to staging further games speaks for itself.
We now have a solid platform from which Back to Belmore Inc. and the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Rugby League Football Club can continue to work collaboratively towards the shared goal of safeguarding this historic facility for future generations of sports players. The Back to Belmore executive committee and the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs share a deep commitment to revitalising Belmore Sports Ground as a multi-purpose sporting facility.
As the leading advocate for the preservation and restoration of Belmore Sports Ground since our inception in 2005, Back to Belmore has set the agenda for the advancement of the historic venue and given weight to the collective voice of the community at large. It is imperative that our initiatives that we have consistently championed for over 12 years are continued to be embraced by the Bulldogs and all other key stakeholders.
To that end, Back to Belmore looks forward to meeting and working with the next Chief Executive upon his or her appointment in due course in the interests of the Canterbury-Bankstown community to tackle the challenges facing Belmore Sports Ground and to achieve the best results for the iconic facility in the years ahead.