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THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have come away with a hard-fought 9-8 victory over the 2013 Premiers, the Sydney Roosters at a rain soaked Allianz 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 signing of Australian, New South Wales and Cronulla Sharks front row forward, Andrew Fifita, for four seasons, through until the end of season 2018.
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.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have today suspended Reni Maitua
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.
THE Canterbury Bulldogs have put in a strong performance to win the Bandaged Bear Cup 40-12 over the Parramatta Eels in front of 23,341 fans at ANZ Stadium.
THE Newcastle Knights have snuck into the top eight after defeating the Bulldogs 18-12 in a match that went down to the wire at Mackay Stadium in front of 9,742 fans.
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).
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.
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 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.