Who are the Brisbane Bulldogs

The Brisbane Bulldogs were founded by Graham Egan in 2003. Over the last 10 years, the Bulldogs have grown into a formidable tug of war team under the coaching guidance of Graham Egan.

Since 2008, the Brisbane Bulldogs have dominated the Indoor Catch weight division and in 2010 claimed their first Gold medal in the Outdoor Catch weight and 720kg divisions.
Graham Egan, coach and mastermind behind the Brisbane Bulldogs, has been competing in tug of war for 25 years, getting his first taste of tug of war while he was serving with the Australian Army.

Upcoming Events

Australian Titles,
Evans Head NSW, Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th April 2015.






Women of the Brisbane Bulldogs

Although tug of war is a tough sport, some of the toughest competitors are amoung the womens teams



Lia Egan, Helen Fitzgerald and Kathy Black are three of the Brisbane Bulldogs toughest pullers, proving that this great sport is not only for big guys over 100kg. Lia, partner of Graham Egan, herself has been doing tug of war for 18+ years and competing hard in each event she was in.

Helen Fitzgerald, a relative new comer to tug of war has been competing for 2 years and has enjoyed the taste of success winning Gold at her first Australian Titles.

Kathy Black, a former puller with the Canungra womens team, has made her return after a long absence.

Kimana Fitzgerald is the newest and youngest member of the Brisbane Bulldogs and is already proving to be a valuable member of the team.