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  • Jackson and Saifiti charged

    Jackolead

    Bulldogs forward Josh Jackson and Newcastle forward Jacob Saifiti have both been charged by the NRL match review committee but will escape suspension with an early plea.

  • Morris returns in Style

    BMozlead2

    Winger Brett Morris speaks with the media after his return from injury against the Brisbane Broncos.

  • Hopoate should stay at fullback: Morris

    HoppaLead

    After missing the first four months of the 2016 season, Canterbury fullback Brett Morris exploded into form in his first game before declaring his replacement should keep the spot for the rest of the year.

  • Round 16 | #proudtobeabulldog

    SocialLead

    All the reaction from our members and fans after the 40-14 win over the Brisbane Broncos at ANZ Stadium using #proudtobeabulldog

  • Bennett disappointed in non-Origin players

    HuntLead

    Wayne Bennett said the Broncos' non-Origin players need to lift during the middle part of the season following the team's 40-16 loss to the Bulldogs.

  • Bulldogs v Broncos: Five Key Points

    PointsLead

    The Bulldogs monstered a Brisbane side featuring five players backing up from Origin with several more missing, running up a 40-16 win on their home patch with returning winger Brett Morris in sizzling form.

  • WORKSCENE Post Match | Josh Jackson

    JackoLead

    Josh Jackson starred against the Brisbane Broncos and he discusses the performance and the win at ANZ Stadium.

  • WORKSCENE Post Match | David Klemmer

    Klemlead

    David Klemmer chats to bulldogs.com.au after the 40-14 win over the Brisbane Broncos at ANZ Stadium.

  • Press Conference | Bulldogs v Broncos

    Press

    Des Hasler and James Graham speak following the Bulldogs round 16 clash with the Brisbane Broncos at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night.

  • Morris scores hat-trick as Dogs run riot

    Newslead

    Brett Morris has made a stunning return from a long-term knee injury to score three tries in his team's 40-14 thrashing of Brisbane at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night.

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