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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.

Canterbury Bulldogs Articles

Bulldogs see off wounded Tigers in NRL

Bulldogs see off wounded Tigers in NRL

by , 22 Aug 2014

Canterbury chalked up a second successive win to all but secure their place in the NRL finals but missed a big chance to crank up their for and against with a laboured 30-10 win over the injury-ravaged Wests Tigers. Thursday night’s loss was the fifth straight for the Tigers at a sparsely populated ANZ Stadium. […]

[VIDEO] Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Canterbury Bulldogs vs Wests Tigers: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 21 Aug 2014

MATCH RESULT: The Canterbury Bulldogs have kept their late season revival on track with a convincing 30-10 victory against the Wests Tigers in difficult conditions on Thursday night. FINAL SCORE: Bulldogs – 30 Tigers – 10 MATCH PREVIEW: Round 24 of the NRL kicks off with the Canterbury Bulldogs hosting the Wests Tigers at ANZ […]

Bulldogs boosted by Eels NRL win: Ennis

by , 21 Aug 2014

Canterbury skipper Michael Ennis claims Friday’s 18-16 win over Parramatta breathed new life into the Bulldogs’ faltering NRL season. Having topped the ladder six weeks ago, Des Hasler’s side had slumped to eighth spot ahead of the Eels game and defeat would have sent them tumbling out of the top eight. But the win catapulted […]

Simple 40/20 Solution for the NRL

by , 20 Aug 2014

I’m in a unique position. I’m a huge Parramatta Eels fan and a former rugby league referee. I didn’t blow up at the 40/20 disgrace but I was disappointed for the Eels and the game in general after another controversy that could have been avoided. The debacle around what happened last Friday night can never […]

Ratings? Or bums on seats?

by , 20 Aug 2014

In a week where the biggest issue being discussed is the ’40/20 rule’ and ‘ballboy-gate’, I enjoyed an article by one of my favourite NRL journalists, Brad Walters, earlier today. Match scheduling is something which we have discussed numerous times here at Ladies who League. For me this issue comes down to one key question […]

Eels lose, Arthur blames the ball-boy (well, kind of)

by , 16 Aug 2014

Furious Parramatta coach Brad Arthur slammed the NRL’s rulemakers after his side went down to an 18-16 defeat to Canterbury in controversial circumstances on Friday night. A gripping contest ended in farcical scenes when a Chris Sandow try, two minutes from time, was chalked off after an 11-year-old ballboy threw the ball straight to Eels […]

Battling Bulldogs edge Eels

by , 16 Aug 2014

Canterbury have their spluttering NRL campaign back on track with a hard-fought 18-16 win over bitter rivals Parramatta at ANZ Stadium. With four successive defeats, the Bulldogs had toppled from top of the ladder to eighth spot and, despite some brilliance from Jarryd Hayne, they ground out a much-needed victory on Friday night in front […]

[VIDEO] Parramatta Eels vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL highlight, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Parramatta Eels vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL highlight, scores, blog

by , 15 Aug 2014 Popular article!

MATCH RESULT: The Canterbury Bulldogs ended their four match slide with a tense victory over the Parramatta Eels at ANZ Stadium on Friday night. The Bulldogs win now sees them move into fifth position on the ladder with their finals campaign back on track. FINAL SCORE: Bulldogs 18 Eels 16 MATCH PREVIEW: The Canterbury Bulldogs […]

Eels clash a make-or-break for Dogs

by , 13 Aug 2014

Canterbury centre Josh Morris admits he’s shocked by the Bulldogs’ alarming slump in form and says Friday’s clash with Parramatta could make or break their season. Des Hasler’s side soared to the top of the NRL table following back-to-back wins over Manly and Melbourne last month but, after four straight losses, are clinging on to […]

The two faces of rugby league – John Cartwright & Josh Reynolds

The two faces of rugby league – John Cartwright & Josh Reynolds

by , 12 Aug 2014

The curtain came down last night on the immediate coaching future of Titan, John Cartwright. One of the really good blokes in the 13-man code ever since he first pulled on a Panther jersey in 1985, the now 49-year-old only has one premiership to show for his consistently top shelf contribution – the 1991 NRL […]


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