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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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Wests Tigers vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL live scores

Wests Tigers vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL live scores

by , 20 Jul 2014

The Wests Tigers meet the Canterbury Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Join The Roar for live scores from 3:00pm (AEST). Three wins on the trot see the Bulldogs placed third on the NRL ladder, but equal first on points. Just three wins behind them, but seven rungs on the ladder, sit the Tigers […]

PRICHARD: Actually Ben Barba, you are “going that bad”

PRICHARD: Actually Ben Barba, you are “going that bad”

by , 18 Jul 2014

Ben Barba is kidding himself if he really thinks he’s “not going that bad”, as he said this week. Maybe if he was a no-name player trying to make his name, you could cut him some slack, but he’s Ben Barba. If Barba were playing anywhere near his best, his Brisbane team would be in […]

SMITHY: NRL’s top three – Very different but very successful

SMITHY: NRL’s top three – Very different but very successful

by , 18 Jul 2014

One of the great things about the NRL is the way different clubs go about their business. One of the disappointing things is the sameness we sometimes see in the playing style employed by coaches, despite the obvious difference in the qualities of their players. The current three teams on top of the NRL table […]

Previewing your NRL team’s run home: The top three

Previewing your NRL team’s run home: The top three

by , 17 Jul 2014

With four points separating fourth and thirteenth place, this is one of the closest years in NRL history. So which club captain will lift the Provan-Summons trophy on October fifth? Today I will take a look at the current top three. Manly Sea Eagles The Sea Eagles are once again at the top of the […]

Melbourne Storm vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL live scores, blog

Melbourne Storm vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL live scores, blog

by , 12 Jul 2014 Popular article!

Expect plenty of high quality football tonight as the Melbourne Storm take on the Canterbury Bulldogs. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7.30pm AEST. For the first time in many moons, Melbourne are on course to miss the finals and desperately need a win tonight against a Bulldogs side coming off a […]

T-Rex could fill Reynolds’ shoes

by , 11 Jul 2014

Tony Williams could reprise his starring role in the Canterbury halves after five-eighth Josh Reynolds was suspended for three weeks for his State of Origin shoulder charge. Reynolds copped a three-match ban for his tackle on Will Chambers in the first half of Origin III on Wednesday. The NSW five-eighth will sit out Saturday’s round […]

Storm to target Bulldogs NSW Origin duo

by , 9 Jul 2014

NSW Origin halves Josh Reynolds and Trent Hodkinson can expect a double dose of attention this week with the pair in the eye of the Melbourne Storm. The Canterbury duo, as well as Josh Morris, are set to back up from State of Origin duty on Wednesday night with an NRL clash against Melbourne at […]

James Graham: The NRL’s king of England

James Graham: The NRL’s king of England

by , 6 Jul 2014

Sam Burgess is a superstar footballer who could crumple me like he was stubbing out a gasper. Hopefully this reaches him in the moments immediately after he’s experienced the calming nature of a warm tub. The whisper on the street from me to myself is as follows: there’s been a shift in the landscape in […]

Ennis sends Dogs equal top of NRL

by , 5 Jul 2014

A late field goal and last gasp try from Canterbury captain Michael Ennis has given Canterbury a 23-16 win over Manly, the Bulldogs joining the Sea Eagles at the top of the NRL ladder in the process. In a sloppy, error strewn contest the scores were locked at 16-all before Ennis calmly slotted the one-pointer […]

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

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

by , 4 Jul 2014 Popular article!

MATCH RESULT: Controversial finish to the game but the Bulldogs deserved their 23-16 victory over Manly. The Sea Eagles didn’t show up with the intensity required to win tonight. The Bulldogs turned up to play and outmuscled Manly. Big questions marks have been raised without Cherry-Evans in attack as well. Great win for the Bulldogs. […]


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