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THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have today advised Andrew Fifita’s management that he will not be playing for the Club
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have had a very successful road trip to Perth, coming away with a 46-12 thrashing over the Melbourne Storm in front of just over 12,000 people at NIB Stadium.
PENRITH ground out an unconvincing 22-12 victory over Canterbury at the weekend, in a VB NSW Cup game riddled with errors from both sides.
A look at the Panthers v Bulldogs VB NSW Cup clash this Saturday at Sportingbet Stadium, Penrith.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce the re-signing of Australian, New South Wales and current Bulldogs player, Josh Morris
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to confirm the re-signing of front row forward, James Graham
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce the signing of Australian, New South Wales and Cronulla Sharks front row forward, Andrew Fifita, for four seasons, through until the end of season 2018.
THE Brisbane Broncos have put together a gutsy performance, to beat the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 18-12 at ANZ Stadium.
WHAT a difference a year makes. Canterbury-Bankstown were flying high 12 months ago, enjoying a solid pre-season after having surged into the 2012 Grand Final on the back of Des Hasler's first season as head coach of the club.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs head coach Des Hasler has agreed to a two year contract extension that will see him stay at Belmore until 2017.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs new recruit Tyrone Phillips has today been charged
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have today suspended Reni Maitua
FOUR players from the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and one from the Canberra Raiders have been added to the Junior Kiwis train-on squad following the weekends results in the Holden Cup. That takes the current number in the squad to 24.
THE Newcastle Knights will take on the Melbourne Storm next Saturday after taking the Bulldogs out of the Premiership race with a 22-6 victory in front of a 23,086 crowd.
IT couldn't have been scripted better.
In his 300th and final first grade game, Broncos five-eighth Scott Prince departed rugby league a winner as his team engineered a gutsy 16-11 defeat of Canterbury at Suncorp Stadium tonight.