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THE ugly face of racism rears its head once again. Last Friday night, a number of Manly Sea Eagles fans allegedly hurled, among other things, racial abuse at Ben Barba, Dene Halatau and the wife of Frank Pritchard (as she sat in the stands).
DESPITE racing out of the blocks and leading 18-0 after 18 minutes Canterbury required golden point to outlast Manly 32-30 in a Friday night thriller at Brookvale Oval tonight.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs held on to a 36-26 victory at 1300SMILES Stadium despite the match ending in controversial circumstances with a try awarded to Robert Lui.
AN unsuccessful Jamie Soward penalty goal attempt after full-time has handed the Canterbury Bulldogs a 16-14 win over St George Illawarra in front of 22,958 fans at ANZ
FIVE days after being embarrassed by Newcastle, Canterbury bounced back with a dour 24-14 victory over Brisbane in front of 11,344 fans at ANZ Stadium tonight.
THE New Zealand Warriors have blown another second half lead as the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs surged home with three second half tries to win, 24-16 at Westpac Stadium in front of a healthy 30,112.
CANTERBURY have made it back to back wins with a comprehensive 40 points to 4 victory over a lowly Wests side in front of 23,453 fans at Stadium Australia tonight.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce the re-signing of prop forward Aiden Tolman for a further four years, through until the end of season 2017.
GREG Eastwood will remain with the Belmore boys until the end of the 2015 season with a three year contact extension
CANTERBURY have recorded their second win of the 2013 season in a stop-start affair on the Central Coast. They defeated Cronulla 24-8 in front of 10,131 fans.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce the re-signing of Josh Reynolds for a further four years, through until the end of season 2017.
THE Sydney Roosters have claimed a massive victory over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs with a 38-0 victory at Allianz Stadium in front of 22,552.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have crossed the bridge and conquered the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20-6 at ANZ Stadium in front of 18,563.
SOUTH Sydney have maintained their perfect beginning to this season with a tense 17-12 victory over Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs in front of a record breaking crowd of 51,686 fans at ANZ Stadium.
THE Melbourne Storm continued their perfect start to 2013 with a hard-fought 22-18 victory over Canterbury Bankstown at AAMI Park.