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He went on to play 5 seasons with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs between 1940-1945. Bonnyman captained the Berries in their 24-14 loss to the Eastern Suburbs in the 1940 premiership final, although he did score a nice try during the match.
He finished his career at Picton in the late 1940s.
He is recognized as Canterbury Bankstown player No. 64.
Jack Bonnyman was selected in the 70th Anniversary Berries to Bulldogs Team of Champions.
- Newcastle Morning Herald: "J.Bonnyman Changes His Minhd and Club." 11/03/1940 (page 12)
- Bulldogs.com.au/Jack Bonnyman
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