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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have collected their third premiership in the NSW Cup Grand Final with a last play win over the Auckland Vulcans 30-28. The first half start with a score that see-sawed between the two sides but the game closed with an amazing try to the Bulldogs.
The game started quickly for the Bulldogs as the first points fell against the third minute to their captain Trent Cutler. From a repeat the Bulldogs found the line. Bryson Goodwin given the kicking tee today, his first attempt pushed wide. Bulldogs 4-0.
A quick turn in the game with the possession fell with the Vulcans in the fifth minute. Brett Seymour placed a cross field kick into the goals for Willie Peace to dive down to score. Auckland Vulcans hit the lead 6-4.
Two further tries scored in the first half, one apiece for each side. The first in the 10th minute for the Vulcans as Glenn Fisiiahi found some luck with a lose grubber kick from the boot of Goodwin. The man they call