Bulldogs’ Nines enjoy sponsorship boost

THE Bulldogs have been given a boost for the NRL Nines in Perth, with national mineral drilling contractor DDH1 Drilling agreeing to be the front of jersey sponsor for the tournament.

Bulldogs Chief Executive Andrew Hill was delighted to be able to expand the club’s sponsorship reach nationally.
“To be able to partner with DDH1 Drilling is fantastic news for the club as we look to create our footprint in Western Australia,” he said.
“With the upcoming NRL Nines leading in to take a home match at HBF Park (Perth) on July 18, we have shown how determined we are to form a strong link with Western Australia and to become the club of choice for people within the state,” Hill said.
“DDH1 Drilling are a national company that have a strong presence in Western Australia and we are delighted that they have partnered with us and have recognised that we both share the same desire to offer a quality product and work closely with the community.”
Established in 2006, by Matt Thurston and Murray Pollock, DDH1 Drilling currently operates a fleet of 55 multi-purpose surface and underground Diamond Core drilling rigs on mine sites and remote locations across Australia.
DDH1 Drilling Operations director Matt Thurston said the business had always been proud of its links to the community and strong family values, just like the Bulldogs.