Anasta may switch codes

WITH the Bulldogs in Salary Cap trouble the whole game is set to be in trouble if Braith Anasta goes to Rugby Union.


KEN Wilson, the Newtown point-scoring wizard of the 1970's and early 80's, will be interviewed on 2KY tomorrow morning, Thursday August 22, at 9.30 am.

League Week magazine, 21 August 2002: Newtown RLFC article


Judgement Day (Editorial)

AS judgement day looms large on the horizon for the beleaguered Dogs, the fans attitude has turned from one of outrage and shock to one of anger and defiance, the latter I cannot bring myself to understand.

Round 24 Teams

NEWCASTLE KNIGHTS vs BRISBANE BRONCOSFri Aug 23, Energy Australia Stadium, 7:30pm

Warriors Team for Roosters Game.

NEW Zealand Warriors head coach Daniel Anderson has named an unchanged line-up for this Sunday's game against the Roosters.

Campion Going Home

NEW Zealand Warriors hard man Kevin Campion is going home.

Hold all Bets !

THE TAB has stopped taking bets on who will win the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership and the Canterbury Bulldogs' next game, bookmaker in charge of rugby league Kevin Gutschlag said today.

Bulldogs appoint new CEO

FOLLOWING a meeting between the Football and League Club Boards today it has been decided that no members of either Boards should stand down due to the immediate need for stability.

Bulldogs certain to be expelled after more deceit

AFTER a week of lies and deceit the Bulldogs management has continued in the same vein by covering up evidence they failed to show the NRL earlier this week.

Turvey appointed interim CEO

FORMER Canterbury halfback and Bulldog legend, Steve Mortimer, has been appointed interim CEO of the troubled Bulldogs as the club seeks redemption at the hands of their fans and the NRL. Mortimer replaces Garry Hughes, who was caretaker CEO after Bob Hagan stepped down as CEO on Tuesday.

Dogs v Raiders

NO changes have been made to the Bulldogs team for Sunday's game against the Raiders at Canberra Stadium.

Statement from Bob Hagan

BULLDOGS CEO Bob Hagan made the following statement today:


ST George captain and five eighth, Trent Barrett has been found not guilty by the NRL judiciary on a grade two contrary conduct head-slamming charge.

Hagan resigns in disgrace

BOB Hagan has resigned from the board of the Bulldogs and has been replaced by Garry Hughes, a former Bulldogs player from the seventies and father of Glenn, Corey and Steven Hughes.

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