Bulldogs turn to Lowe to boost their performance

THE Western Bulldogs have turned to a man who helped the All Blacks to three successive Tri Nations rugby titles, a series win against the British & Irish Lions and an unbeaten tour of Britain in 2005 to lift the club out of the AFL cellar.

Graham Lowe, who also spent time as the Scotland Rugby Union's strength and conditioning manager, as well as a stint in charge of Oracle Racing's America's Cup campaign, was yesterday appointed general manager football at the Dogs.

Lowe has already been with the club for more than 12 months as the high performance manager.

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