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  • Flash Back Friday


    Take a walk down memory lane and re-live Luke Patten's 100th NRL try in round 21 from season 2010.

  • Young Frawley Now a Bulldog


    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce the signing of Matthew Frawley from the Canberra Raiders for 2015 and beyond.

  • Kaufusi Joins the Bulldogs


    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce the signing of Antonio Kaufusi on a two year deal starting in 2015.

  • Business as Usual: Parker


    Kangaroos forward Corey Parker insists that preparations for this weekend’s Four Nations Final have not been interrupted by the illness of several team mates including Daly-Cherry Evans, Cooper Cronk and Bulldogs David Klemmer.

  • New Recruit: Jarrod McInally


    Former East Tigers winger Jarrod McInally joins the Bulldogs for the 2015 season in a bid to get an opportunity to play first grade.

  • That's a Wrap on 18 Days of Prizes

    18 DOP Wrap Up

    18 Days of Prizes wrapped up for another year last week, which saw over 7,500 Bulldogs Supporters join our Born & Bred Army for 2015.

  • Australia & New Zealand welcomed in Wellington


    With the Rugby League Four Nations Final just days away, hundreds of fans filled Wellingtons Midland Park for a chance to see the players at the cities civic reception.

  • Morris Twins Eye off Premiership


    Josh Morris says the thought of winning a premiership with twin brother Brett beside him would be the icing on the cake following the signing of Brett Morris for 2015 and beyond.

  • The Future: Herman Ese'ese


    Young exciting front-rower Herman Ese'ese joins the NRL squad for the first time after two years in the NYC.

  • Morris Brothers Visit Campsie PS


    New recruit, Brett Morris took on his first public outing in the Bulldogs colours on Tuesday during a community visit to Campsie Public School with twin brother Josh.