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THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs today confirmed the signing of Australian and New South Wales representative, Brett Morris, on a four year contract, through until the end of 2018.
FRONT row forward James Graham and Fullback Sam Perrett have tonight taken out the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs top award, being named joint winners of the 2014 Dr George Peponis NRL ‘Player of the Year'
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs Captain Michael Ennis has today been officially ruled out of the 2014 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final due to a foot injury.
AFTER 30 long weeks we're here - it's Grand Final Day. Check out Paul's final preview of the ultimate game of the 2014 NRL Season.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs fans will be able to watch Sunday's Grand Final from the Club's spiritual home at Belmore Sportsground.
CHIEF Executive Raelene Castle has announced that the Club will host an official NRL game at Belmore Sportsground in 2015
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs today confirm that Captain Michael Ennis this morning went for scans on his injured foot
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have booked themselves a place in the 2014 NRL Grand Final against the South Sydney Rabbitohs as they eliminated the Penrith Panthers, 18-12 at ANZ Stadium, in front of 46,168 fans.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have progressed to next week's preliminary final following their epic 18-17 win during golden point in front of 28,000 fans at Allianz Stadium.
PAUL is back for a look at the weekend ahead as we enter the sudden death Semi Finals. Check out his tips and see if yours will match up...
THE St George Illawarra Dragons, contrary to media speculation, have not offered Brett Morris to other Clubs, nor have they suggested that he test his market value external to the Dragons.
THE Gold Coast Titans finished off their season in style beating the Bulldogs 19-18 in a Sunday afternoon classic at Cbus Super Stadium.
TITANS confirm the signings of young back-rowers Matt Robinson from Penrith and Lachlan Burr from Canterbury
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have a young ball boy to thank as they scrapped an 18-16 victory at ANZ Stadium in front of a healthy 30,394.
THE Penrith Panthers have defeated the Canterbury Bulldogs in front of 11,832 people at ANZ Stadium by 22-16 in a scrappy affair. The win allows the Panthers to consolidate their position in the top four.