Josh Morris is set to make his return to the NRL in Saturday's RSPCA round match up against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium.
Morris has missed the past five weeks after injuring the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in the Bulldogs round one victory over the Wests Tigers.
He has been named in his usual centre spot, with Tim Lafai dropping back to the Toyota Cup to make way for Morris' return.
Saturday's match is devoted to raising funds and awareness for the RSPCA, a community based charity that works to prevent cruelty to animals, which has been a Bulldogs in the Community Partner since 2008.
RSCPA volunteers will be on hand this Saturday distributing masks featuring Dene Halatau, who is an RSPCA Ambassador, and Bryson Goodwin to the first 10,000 people through the Stadium gates. Volunteers will also be collecting gold coin donations.
The match ball will be delivered by an RSPCA dog prior to kick off in the NRL match, while Members and fans get the opportunity to win great RPSCA prizes at half time.
The Easter Saturday clash will also serve as a promotion for the RSPCA's annual Million Paws Walk, held nationally on Sunday May 15. For more information log on to www.millionpawswalk.com.au.
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