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  • Hasler confirms Kasiano's Replacement


    Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Coach Des Hasler has today named Danny Fualalo as the man to replace the suspended Sam Kasiano for the match against the North Queensland Cowboys at Belmore Sports Ground on Thursday night.

  • Jackson on Thurston, Cowboys and Belmore


    Read more quotes from Monday morning’s press conference as Josh Jackson looks back on the Broncos game, the upcoming clash with the Cowboys, the top four, stopping Jonathan Thurston and playing at Belmore.

  • Bulldogs punish Cowboys at Belmore


    The Bulldogs will celebrate the return to Belmore this week against the North Queensland Cowboys and in doing so, re-lives our biggest win over the 2015 premiers at our spiritual home ground.

  • Team of the Week: Round 24


    A rampant Rooster, Canberra's captain and a Storm trio headline's Round 24 Team of the Week.

  • Bulldogs out for Cowboys get-square


    With a top four spot on the line, Canterbury players will be out for redemption when they host the Cowboys in their own Belmore backyard this Thursday night – just five weeks after losing 36-0 to a red-hot Cowboys up in Townsville.

  • Cowboys bracing for Belmore

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    The closeness and intensity of the crowd, the banter, and of course the passion on display from the 17 men in opposition are something veteran Gavin Cooper says the Cowboys feed on… but they haven't been to the Belmore Sports Ground before.

  • JT returns to Belmore


    Cowboys halfback Jonathan Thurston makes a return to Belmore on Thursday night and has discussed the excitement about playing at the iconic venue.

  • Buettner discusses Kasiano suspension

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    NRL match review committee coordinator Michael Buettner says Sam Kasiano's lashing out at Corey Parker from the Bulldogs' Round 24 loss to Brisbane warranted a two-match ban.

  • Round 24 KIA Play of the Week


    Sam Kasiano's try int he second half during the loss to the broncos is this week's KIA Play of the Week.

  • HIGHLIGHTS | Bulldogs Bite Penrith


    The Canterbury Bulldogs are barking tonight after stealing the momentum away from a gallant Penrith side to record a 28-22 win that sees the away side leap the Panthers into seventh spot with just one round remaining.