The Jenny Souris Round set to revive 2004 NRL Grand Final between Bulldogs and Roosters


The Jenny Souris Foundation (JSF) has announced a special event in collaboration with M&J Chickens and the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs. On Friday, April 5th, rugby league fans will witness a thrilling match between the Bulldogs and the Roosters, kicking off at 6:00 PM at Accor Stadium.

This significant round will be dedicated to The Jenny Souris Foundation, aiming to raise vital funds to support families grappling with medical expenses for critical illnesses.

Maria Souris, daughter of the late Jenny Souris and founder of JSF, expressed her gratitude for the partnership and highlighted the importance of the event.

2004 NRL Grand Final between the Bulldogs and Roosters the greek herald
The 2004 NRL Grand Final between the Bulldogs (victorious) and Roosters.

“This is the 3rd year we have held The Jenny Souris Round, and we want to thank the Bulldogs and our major partner M&J Chickens for donating the back of jersey space and the round to us,” Maria said.

“My mother’s legacy continues to inspire us to make a difference in the lives of families facing medical crises. This special round symbolises our commitment to providing hope and support to those in need.”

In a nostalgic twist, the match between the Bulldogs and the Roosters will serve as a throwback to the epic 2004 Grand Final showdown between both clubs, adding an extra layer of excitement and significance to the event.

Fans from both teams will have the opportunity to contribute to the cause by donating at the event, demonstrating the unity and compassion within rugby league community.

The Jenny Souris Round promises to be an evening filled with excitement and purpose, as rugby league enthusiasts come together to support a noble cause. Attendees are encouraged to contribute to the fundraising efforts and make a difference in the lives of families dealing with overwhelming medical expenses.

To donate and learn more about The Jenny Souris Foundation, please visit The NRL match between the Bulldogs and Roosters will be on Friday, April 5 at Sydney’s Accor Stadium for a 6pm kick off.

About The Jenny Souris Foundation:

The Jenny Souris Foundation (JSF) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing financial assistance and emotional support to families navigating the challenges of critical illnesses. Founded in memory of Jenny Souris, JSF strives to alleviate the burden of medical expenses and foster hope within communities facing adversity.




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