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THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have claimed a 20-16 victory over the Parramatta Eels with a scoreless second half at ANZ Stadium in front of 25,068 fans.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have struck an important early blow in their 2013 premiership campaign, accounting for last year's minor premiers the Canterbury Bulldogs 24-12 at Bluetongue Stadium.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have today confirmed that Ben Barba will be suspended indefinitely from all contractual duties until further notice.
WESTS Tigers is pleased to announce the signing of exciting young prop James Gavet for the 2013 season.
AFTER consultation with the NRL, the Canterbury Bulldogs have today advised they will contribute $30,000 to a nominated NRL charity as part of the Club
AND so it comes to this. 1 v 2 on the ladder. The two best teams all year. Read on for Paul's preview of the decider - and his tips for man of the match and the Clive Churchill medal. Includes tips from our live update team.
THE Grand Final is just over a week away... Paul's look at who'll make the cut this preliminary final weekend is here - check it out. Who's your tip?
THE St. George Illawarra have mounted the points as they powered through the Toyota Cup minor premiers the Bulldogs with a 46-20 win at Allianz Stadium.
WE recap all the scores from the first week of NRL finals. Plus, find out who has closed the gap at the pointy end of the LeagueUnlimited.com Player of the Year Award leaderboard.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have advanced to the preliminary finals as they have downed the Manly Sea Eagles 16-10 at ANZ Stadium in front of 36,480 fans
THE Wests Tigers have come from behind to cause an upset over the Toyota Cup minor premiership the Bulldogs with a 24-20 victory at ANZ Stadium
AFTER a very successful two months as short sponsor, easy-forex have today agreed to extend their partnership with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs for the next three years, signing as bottom-back of jersey sponsor in a mutually beneficial agreement for
THE Canberra Raiders have done what twelve teams before them couldn't as they defeated the Bulldogs 34-6 in the Nation's capital in front of a brave 13,150-strong crowd.