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THE most famous hair in Rugby League is no more with Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs head coach Des Hasler today shaving his head after the Club reached its $100,000 fundraising target for premier community partner Camp Quality.
A spirited Gold Coast Titans have upset the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs tonight, coming out 25-14 winners at Suncorp Stadium in the second match of a double header in Round 10
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have dominated the Parramatta Eels with a strong second half performance, defeating their traditional rivals 46-12 at ANZ Stadium in front of 28,245 fans.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have held strong with a dominant second half to defeat former coach Des Hasler's Bulldogs 12-10 at ANZ Stadium in front of 24,743 supporters.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will break new ground in late June when they take their round 16 Telstra Premiership clash with the Melbourne Storm to Virgin Australia Stadium, Mackay.
AN unconvincing display from the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs today has seen them get home ten-point winners over the struggling Gold Coast Titans, a 30-20 win for the visitors at Skilled Park with 14,344 fans in attendance
THE incidence of depression in Australia will once again take the spotlight on Sunday when the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Newcastle Knights line up for the third instalment of the beyondblue Cup at ANZ Stadium.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have signed Wests Tigers utility back Mitch Brown to a one year deal covering the remainder of the 2012 National Rugby League season.
CANTERBURY-BANKSTOWN Bulldogs head coach Des Hasler has offered up his famous locks in a unique charity initiative that will raise $100,000 for premier Bulldogs in the Community Partner Camp Quality.
AFTER a false start last weekend, the Newtown Jets began their 2012 Rugby League season with a 28-6 win against Canterbury-Bankstown at Belmore Sports Ground yesterday.
SUNDAY'S Back to Belmore trial match between the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Sydney Roosters at Belmore Sports Ground is officially a sell out, with the last available tickets being snapped up late yesterday.
A host of big name Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will have their first hit out of 2012 on Sunday as the Club hosts the Sydney Roosters on Back To Belmore day at Belmore Sports Ground.
THE most unusual and exciting of off-seasons is almost at an end for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs as they look to a 2012 season filled with promise and hope far exceeding anything seen in the last few seasons.
THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will make their on-field return to Belmore Sports Ground on Sunday, 12 February when they take on the Sydney Roosters across all grades.
AS far as modern rugby league history goes, 2011 was a hugely unexpected result from the Bulldogs, with the club finishing just short of a top eight berth for the second successive year.