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CANTERBURY Bulldogs endorsed a resounding vote for change on SundayBy Adrian Rovere
CANTERBURY Bulldogs media officer Chris O'Brien has quit his job following allegations that he sent a libellous email under a false name
BULLDOGS statement regarding the condition of Ben Roberts and Lee Te Maari who were bashed last weekend
THE Bulldogs have signed up rugby league legend Andrew Johns in a skills coaching role for the 2008
BULLDOGS CEO Malcolm Noad has released a statement regarding Bulldogs player Reni Maitua
THE latest drama to rock the Bulldogs is having a potentially devastating affect on the clubs bottom line with several major sponsorship deals on hold until the uncertain futures of CEO Malcolm Noad and forward Willie Mason are decided.
IN a drama-charged night at Dairy Farmers Stadium, the Bulldogs have fallen victim to a Cowboys outfit by just six points, losing 38-32 after trailing by 28 points with twenty minutes remaining.
THE Parramatta Eels have claimed a 34-22 victory over the Canterbury Bulldogs in one of the best games of the year at Telstra Stadium tonight, while Bulldogs Brad Morrin is on report for biting.
BULLDOGS coach Steve Folkes has named his side to take on Cronulla Sutherland this Sunday at Toyota Park.
THE Newtown Jets went within an ace of upsetting the VB Premier League front-runners the Bulldogs in the deferred Round 13 match played at Henson Park on Wednesday
DODGER takes a look at the Canterbury Bulldogs, early season Premiership heavyweights, so far in 2007.
BULLDOGS have defeated a 12-man Warriors 40-20 at Mt Smart Stadium following the send off of Warriors winger Michael Crockett after just five minutes
FOUR changes have been made to the Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs side that was defeated by the Cowboys last week, for the side to tackle the Warriors in Auckland on Sunday.
THE Cowboys have held off a thrilling comeback from the Bulldogs to take the inaugural Reconciliation Cup 26-16 at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night.
THE Cronulla Sharks have put in a near perfect display of mistake free football to defeat the Canterbury Bulldogs by 30-20 at Telstra Stadium today