KRISNAN Inu and Tony Williams are both out of the Bulldogs match with the Broncos this Friday night due to suspension and injury respectively.
Tim Lafai, who impressed in Inu’s absence earlier this year, has been named in the centres while a replacement is yet to be named for Williams, with the club confirming today he would miss at least one week of football, possibly two. Read the full story
Nightmare for Bulldogs in Newcastle
By Matthew Attard
THE Bulldogs have put in arguably their worst performance of the season to be thumped by the Newcastle Knights at Hunter Stadium this afternoon.
The Knights were clearly up for the contest even without their star winger Akuila Uate, who was ruled out pre-match with a foot injury.
It wasn’t going to slow them down however, with their brutal defence troubling the Bulldogs attack early on, stunting the impact the blue and whites big men could make. Read the full story
KRISNAN Inu is back after serving a lengthy suspension for a spear tackle on Greg Inglis.
Inu will slot back into his familiar right centre position with the in-form Tim Lafai making way. He will play NSW Cup. Read the full story
Hodkinson boots ‘Dogs to victory
By Matthew Attard / www.bluenwhite.com.au
THREE massive sideline conversions from halfback Trent Hodkinson have sealed a magnificent win in New Zealand tonight.
Down 16-6 at the break, the Bulldogs scored three tries out wide in the second half and it was up to the blonde haired half to kick the ‘Dogs to victory, which he did in style. Read the full story
THE latest edition of the 2013 Blue n White e-magazine is out now!
This month the magazine has a fantastic feature article on young gun David Minute plus a new junior signing that will arrive at the club with big promise. Read the full story
Bulldogs coach Des Hasler has named an unchanged team, going with the same side that thumped the Tigers 40-4 at ANZ Stadium.
The blue and whites will head across the Tasman to take on the attacking prowess of the New Zealand Warriors, who have shown their ability with the ball in hand in recent weeks. Read the full story
Bulldogs smash hapless Tigers
By Matthew Attard
THE Bulldogs have made it back-to-back wins for the first time in 2013 with a massive 40-4 over the Wests Tigers tonight in front of 23,453 fans at ANZ Stadium.
Led emphatically by a forward pack that included the returning Sam Kasiano and James Graham, the Bulldogs posted seven tries to one in a dominate performance that sent a message to the rest of the competition that the blue and whites were back with a vengeance. Read the full story
The Bulldogs have re-signed star forwards Aiden Tolman and Frank Pritchard today.
Tolman signed a four year extension while Pritchard is staying for another three. Read the full story
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs wish to confirm the re-signing of Greg Eastwood for a further three years, through until the end of season 2016.
Eastwood made his debut back in round 26 of season 2005 for the Brisbane Broncos against the Parramatta Eels and went on to play 64 games for the Club before moving to the Bulldogs in 2009. Read the full story
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Coach Des Hasler has today named English international James Graham in the side to take on the Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium on Friday night at 7.35pm. Read the full story