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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.

After finishing the regular season in seventh place the Bulldogs produced a phenomenal finals series, progressing through all rounds but eventually falling to the premiership winning Rabbitohs in the grand final. Along the way the Bulldogs defeated the Melbourne Storm 28-4 in the elimination final, the Manly Sea Eagles 18-17 in the semi finals and the Penrith Panthers 18-12 in the preliminary finals.

The side eventually lost to the Rabbitohs 30-6 in an epic grand final at ANZ Stadium.

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Canterbury Bulldogs Articles

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

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

by , 24 Apr 2015 Popular article! Video

The Canterbury Bulldogs play the Wests Tigers for the second time this season, after the Dogs’ 1-point victory in Round 4. Join The Roar from 7:30pm (AEST) for live coverage.

[VIDEO] Canterbury Bulldogs vs Manly Sea Eagles Highlights: NRL scores, blog

[VIDEO] Canterbury Bulldogs vs Manly Sea Eagles Highlights: NRL scores, blog

by , 17 Apr 2015 Popular article!

Match result: The Canterbury Bulldogs have defeated the Manly Sea Eagles for the second time this season with a 28-16 win at ANZ Stadium on Friday night. BULLDOGS 28 MANLY 16

Josh Reynolds “100 per cent starting” for Bulldogs

by , 17 Apr 2015

Embattled Canterbury pivot Josh Reynolds will be given the chance to push his case for NSW selection when he starts at five-eighth in the Bulldogs’ crucial NRL clash with Manly on Friday.

Police release crowd images from NRL’s Good Friday scrap

by , 17 Apr 2015

Police have released images of 13 people they believe can assist with enquiries over the ugly crowd scenes that marred the end of Canterbury’s Good Friday NRL clash with South Sydney.

[VIDEO] St George Illawarra Dragons vs Canterbury Bulldogs Highlights: NRL scores, blog

[VIDEO] St George Illawarra Dragons vs Canterbury Bulldogs Highlights: NRL scores, blog

by , 12 Apr 2015 Popular article!

The St George Illawarra Dragons, having won three games in a row, will look to continue their dominant form this afternoon as they host the Canterbury Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium. Join The Roar from 3:30pm (AEST) for live coverage.

Jacob Loko cops four-match ban for fight with Jorge Taufua

by , 11 Apr 2015

Jacob Loko has been banned for four NRL matches by Canterbury, and fined $10,000 over his role in a late night fight with Manly’s Jorge Taufua in Sydney’s CBD last month.

Five questions from the NRL’s not-so-Good Friday

Five questions from the NRL’s not-so-Good Friday

by , 7 Apr 2015 Popular article!

Rugby league – a sport that’s never too far away from scandal at the best of times – was once again in the headlines for all the wrong reasons over Easter, due to the Bulldogs versus Rabbitohs game being marred by an extremely controversial finish.

Fans won’t stand for Bulldog bullyboys

Fans won’t stand for Bulldog bullyboys

by , 7 Apr 2015

Most people think that survival of the fittest is the triumph of brute force. It’s not. The survivors are those fittest to survive in changing environments.

The NRL’s noxious culture of ref blaming

The NRL’s noxious culture of ref blaming

by , 7 Apr 2015

One issue that has not be sufficiently explored in the wake of Friday night’s disappointing scenes is the role that rugby league media plays in aggravating controversial incidents involving officiating.

Bulldogs captain James Graham facing five-week ban

by , 7 Apr 2015

Canterbury captain James Graham is facing up to five weeks suspension as one of four Bulldogs charged in the wake of their controversial loss to premiers South Sydney.


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