Canterbury Bulldogs

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

After finishing the regular season in fifth place in 2015, the Bulldogs won their elimination final against the St George Illawarra Dragons thanks to a Josh Reynolds field goal in golden-point before going losing a controversial match against the Sydney Roosters the following week.

2016 was a step-back for the Bulldogs as they finished 7th but were defeated in the first round of the finals by a superior Panthers side.

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Canterbury Bulldogs Articles

Your club’s transfer performance rating: Part 1

Your club’s transfer performance rating: Part 1

by , 7 Dec 2016

The end of the year draws nearer and nearer, we are getting closer to the promised land of the NRL season every day.

Bulldogs likely to receive fine for cap breach

Bulldogs likely to receive fine for cap breach

by , 1 Dec 2016

The NRL is awaiting a final audit from Canterbury officials before handing a likely fine for a salary cap breach for the 2016 season.

Des Hasler’s future confirmed after Bulldogs board meeting

Des Hasler’s future confirmed after Bulldogs board meeting

by , 14 Oct 2016

The future of Des Hasler has been decided at an extraordinary Canterbury Bulldogs board meeting.

Hasler’s fate to be decided at ‘most important meeting’ in club’s history

by , 14 Oct 2016

Under-pressure Canterbury coach Des Hasler will front the Bulldogs board on Friday afternoon in what’s been labelled as one of the most important meetings in the NRL club’s 81-year history.

Whatever happens to Des, things look grim for the Dogs

Whatever happens to Des, things look grim for the Dogs

by , 13 Oct 2016

Tomorrow’s meeting involving the board of the Canterbury Bulldogs and Des Hasler sees the current and future direction of the club under discussion.

Hasler to face the music at Canterbury

Hasler to face the music at Canterbury

by , 11 Oct 2016

Coach Des Hasler’s future at Canterbury will reportedly come under the microscope at a special board meeting scheduled by the NRL club on Friday.

Time for a major change at the Bulldogs

Time for a major change at the Bulldogs

by , 13 Sep 2016

There is nothing quite like the emotional overreaction that comes after a loss. When said loss also happens to translate into an early exit for a team that had high expectations, the irrational response is even greater.

Hasler is now just a hassle

Hasler is now just a hassle

by , 13 Sep 2016

Sunday afternoon’s 28-12 loss to Penrith made it apparent that the way the Bulldogs play cannot win a premiership.

Panthers triumph over spirited Dogs

Panthers triumph over spirited Dogs

by , 12 Sep 2016

From the very beginning, it was clear that this week’s preliminary final was going to be a very different kind of match from the Round 26 clash between the Panthers and the Sea Eagles.

Five talking points from Penrith Panthers vs Canterbury Bulldogs NRL elimination final

Five talking points from Penrith Panthers vs Canterbury Bulldogs NRL elimination final

by , 12 Sep 2016

The Penrith Panthers, led by a fantastic Matt Moylan and Josh Mansour combination put in a cracking second half performance to run away with their NRL elimination final against the Canterbury Bulldogs on Sunday, winning by 16 points.


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