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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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There’s no such thing as guaranteed success in the NRL

There’s no such thing as guaranteed success in the NRL

by , 16 Dec 2014

When the Brisbane Broncos were installed as the premiership favourites by bookmakers for next season, many fans automatically assumed that the team’s success was all but guaranteed. However, while the Broncos do boast a quality playing roster, and a coaching mastermind in Wayne Bennett, they should not be resting on their laurels. In previous years, […]

Morris move solves Canterbury’s custodian conundrum

by , 24 Oct 2014

Canterbury have finally solved their custodian conundrum following Brett Morris’ move to Belmore to reunite with his brother Josh. After weeks of speculation, Morris was confirmed as a Bulldog on Thursday, for the next four NRL seasons beginning next year. Salary cap pressure at St George Illawarra led to Morris’ departure from the Dragons, where […]

BREAKING: Brett Morris joins brother Josh at the Canterbury Bulldogs

BREAKING: Brett Morris joins brother Josh at the Canterbury Bulldogs

by , 23 Oct 2014

The Canterbury Bulldogs have announced a huge player coup, signing St George Illawarra winger Brett Morris on a four-year deal. The signing will see Morris join the club from 2015 until the end of 2018, and join his brother and Kangaroos and Blues teammate Josh in moving from the Dragons. The move had been touted […]

Mastermind season review: Canterbury Bulldogs

Mastermind season review: Canterbury Bulldogs

by , 10 Oct 2014

After losing Ben Barba to the Brisbane Broncos twelve months ago, the big question for the Bulldogs was whether they could move on from his departure and contend for the premiership. And while they endured a poor finish to the regular season after topping the ladder midway through, they found their best form when it […]

Tardy Bulldogs set to cop big fine

by , 7 Oct 2014

Canterbury are set to be slapped with a fine of up to $50,000 for their late arrival at Sunday’s NRL grand final against South Sydney. In a classic Des Hasler tactic, the Bulldogs coach held his players back five minutes from running out onto the ANZ Stadium turf on Sunday. The Bulldogs players could be […]

Five questions from the 2014 NRL grand final

Five questions from the 2014 NRL grand final

by , 7 Oct 2014

The South Sydney Rabbitohs finally won a premiership after a 43-year drought, defeating the Canterbury Bulldogs on Sunday in the 2014 NRL grand final. In yet another brutal display of finals football, the Bunnies are the last team standing after a long, hard season, and the club and their fans deserve to celebrate long and […]

Reynolds’ family link with departing Ennis

by , 7 Oct 2014

Josh Reynolds has bade an emotional farewell to best mate Michael Ennis after the NRL grand final loss, revealing how he’ll now forever share a family link with the departing Canterbury captain. A few days before the premiership decider, Ennis asked Reynolds, who is in many ways his protege, to be the godfather to his […]

NRL GF the most-watched match ever

by , 7 Oct 2014

The NRL has declared Sunday’s grand final between South Sydney and Canterbury the most-watched club game in the code’s history. The Rabbitohs’ 30-6 win was the highest rating NRL match of all time across five city markets, with the Nine Network reporting a national peak audience of 4.6 million. That figure surpassed the national audience […]

2014 NRL Grand Final: Sam Burgess wins the Clive Churchill Medal

2014 NRL Grand Final: Sam Burgess wins the Clive Churchill Medal

by , 5 Oct 2014

The 2014 Clive Churchill Medal was awarded to Sam Burgess as the South Sydney Rabbitohs secured their first NRL Premiership in 43 years. The 2014 NRL Grand Final saw the South Sydney Rabbitohs defeat Canterbury Bulldogs with a score of 30 to 6. Sam Burgess suffered a suspected fractured cheek in the first tackle of […]

Who scored the first try of the 2014 NRL Grand Final?

Who scored the first try of the 2014 NRL Grand Final?

by , 5 Oct 2014

The first try of the 2014 NRL Grand Final was scored by Alex Johnston in the 20th minute. After being denied an early try the Rabbitohs continued to push in the opening quarter of the match. The Bulldogs defence stood strong, until Alex Johnston was able to sneak a try in close to the sideline […]


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