Willie Mason takes up shock new coaching role

Former Canterbury Bulldogs legend, Willie Mason, has accepted an offer to become a full-time member of the Bulldogs Coaching Staff as the new Pathways Transition Coach.

In the role, Mason will work closely with players of all ages within the Pathways Program.

Mason, who played in 148 matches for the Bulldogs between 2000 and 2007, will look to help shape and develop Pathways players in regard to the skills and attitude required to become an NRL player.

Mason, has already started in the role, working closely with General Manager of Pathways & Junior League, Barry Ward and NRL Head Coach, Trent Barrett.

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