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  • Draw's focus on player welfare


    NRL Head of Football Todd Greenberg has emphasised the greater importance given to player welfare when collating the draw for the 2016 season.

  • 2016 Draw: Top 10 road trips


    Whether you fancy an international excursion, a chance to travel far and wide throughout Australia or merely a drive into the countryside, there are many wonderful experiences waiting for you in season 2016.

  • Download: 2016 Draw Wall Paper


    Your desktop or bedroom wall will never look better after downloading our official 2016 Casaview Homes Draw wall paper. Select your favourite player and click download to get your copy.

  • 2016 Draw: Top 10 clashes

    271115_Drawlead has taken a look through the draw to pick out what will be some of the most eagerly-anticipated head-to-head battles of 2016, with some traditional rivalries sharing billing with some newly-formed grudge matches.

  • Watch: Week Three Pre-Season Snapshot


    Checkout all the highlights from the third week of the pre-season for the players.

  • Bulldogs head to Wellington


    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are excited to announce that the NRL side will play a ‘home’ match against the New Zealand Warriors at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, in 2016.

  • 2016 Draw Announced


    The NRL have today released the 2016 Draw with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs to open their season against the Manly Sea-Eagles at Brookvale Oval on Friday, 4 March.

  • Round 3, 2016 v Parramatta Eels


    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will host their first home match of the season in Round 3, with a local derby fixture against the Parramatta Eels at ANZ Stadium, on Friday, 18 March at 8.05pm.

  • Broadcast Rights


    Rugby League will reach more fans than ever before – both in Australia and globally – under a massive new NRL broadcast deal unveiled today.

  • 10 reasons to become an NRL club member


    Do you love your club but remain unsure whether you want to fork out the cash to become a club member? Let it be known it is in fact the best way to support your club because all the money goes directly back into the organisation you love.