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Canterbury Bulldogs

Canterbury BulldogsThe Canterbury Bulldogs arrived on the rugby league scene in 1935 with immediate success. But like the Parramatta Eels, the Bulldogs were a menacing force in the 1980’s, winning four premierships. Canterbury have continued to be a Premiership contender in the new Millennium, winning the NRL grand final in 2004, in the process making up for their Salary Cap scandal in 2002.

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2014 NRL Finals week 2: Expert tips, predictions and banter

2014 NRL Finals week 2: Expert tips, predictions and banter

by , 19 Sep 2014

The 2014 NRL finals are upon us and the opening round provides some highly intriguing match-ups. Throughout the series The Roar‘s NRL expert tipping panel will provide you with their tips and predictions for the weekend’s games. It was always going to be fascinating putting Steve Turner, the seasoned footballer, against the statistical master Tim […]

NRL Finals Preview: Manly Sea Eagles v Canterbury Bulldogs

NRL Finals Preview: Manly Sea Eagles v Canterbury Bulldogs

by , 19 Sep 2014

The Manly Sea Eagles will travel the short distance to Allianz Stadium on Saturday night to face the Canterbury Bulldogs at home in the 2014 NRL Finals. Few have given an injury-depleted Manly side a chance of winning this game – this rings particularly true considering the 40-24 thrashing handed down by the South Sydney […]

Manly turn off Hasler’s mind games

by , 17 Sep 2014

Manly say they won’t be falling for any of former mentor Des Hasler’s famous mind games in the lead up to Saturday’s NRL semi-final showdown with Canterbury. Hasler led the Sea Eagles to premiership success in 2008 and 2011, before leaving Brookvale in acrimonious circumstances after his second title win as coach at Manly to […]

Dogs close to their prime: Mortimer

by , 17 Sep 2014

One has been accused of disrespecting the Australian Test captain. The other has raised eyebrows with some bizarre post-Origin behaviour. But Bulldogs great Steve Mortimer likes what he sees from niggling rake Mick Ennis and controversial pivot Josh Reynolds, saying Canterbury appear close to their “prime” in the NRL finals race. Fuming Melbourne coach Craig […]

Four things we can expect from the NRL this week

Four things we can expect from the NRL this week

by , 17 Sep 2014 Video

The Rabbitohs and Panthers have been afforded the luxury of a week off, as the Roosters, Cowboys, Sea Eagles and Bulldogs fight for the right to play them for a berth in the big one on October 5. While we should expect some decent rugby league to be played, there are a few other things […]

2014 NRL finals series: Week 2 preview

2014 NRL finals series: Week 2 preview

by , 17 Sep 2014 Video

Four matches down, five to go. Six teams are left in the race for this year’s NRL premiership and this week will see the Sydney Roosters and Manly Sea Eagles fight for their survival in the semi-finals. The Roosters and Sea Eagles’ respective losses to the Penrith Panthers and South Sydney Rabbitohs in the qualifying […]

Hasler not worried about ‘lame’ citings

by , 15 Sep 2014

Lame. The NRL’s Mad Scientist Des Hasler had a straightforward take on two reports that marred Canterbury’s 28-4 win over Melbourne in week one of the finals. Hasler could be forced to rejig his side for a semi-final against Manly, with Josh Morris and David Klemmer both placed on report. Klemmer left Junior Moors dazed […]

Hasler’s Manly history is old news: Graham

by , 15 Sep 2014

It’s unlikely many media outlets will accept his editorial advice and Canterbury enforcer James Graham cares little if they do. Saturday night will be the eighth time Bulldogs mentor Des Hasler plots the downfall of Manly, the club he played 255 games for and then coached to premierships in 2008 and 2011. But Graham and […]

[VIDEO] Melbourne Storm vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL Finals highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Melbourne Storm vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL Finals highlights, scores, blog

by , 14 Sep 2014 Popular article!

Match recap: FULL TIME SCORE: Canterbury 28-4 Melbourne Powerful performance from the Bulldogs today, as they take a 24-point victory over the Storm. The game was well and truly won in the first half, as the Dogs put on four unanswered tries to put the game away before the 40th minute. As good as the […]

NRL finals stats: Cowboys vs Broncos, Storm vs Bulldogs

NRL finals stats: Cowboys vs Broncos, Storm vs Bulldogs

by , 13 Sep 2014

The first match of the NRL finals saw the South Sydney Rabbitohs pummel Manly in the first 60 minutes to race to a 40-point lead. While the Sea Eagles made a belated comeback, putting on 24 points, the game was well and truly over. Having tipped the Rabbitohs to win by 24 points in my […]


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