Browney is at it again, but this time he has taken the show on the road to the Aukland Nines to find out who is rooming with who!
Welcome to season 2015, our 80th year. We are extremely excited to celebrate this special anniversary and we would love to top off the celebrations by...
Winger Corey Thompson and front-rower Tim Browne spoke after the win over the Panthers and what it means to be playing in the Grand Final.
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce the contract extension of front row forward Tim Browne, through until the end of 2016.
Bulldogs TV has selected three plays from the 23-16 win over the Manly Sea Eagles as the round 17 plays of the week.
- Date of Birth: 27-12-1987
- Height: 194
- Weight: 112
- Position: Prop, Second Row
- Rep. Honours: NSW Residents 2010
- Junior Clubs: Raymond Terrace Roosters
- FG Debut: Bulldogs v New Zealand Warriors, ANZ Stadium, 10/04/2010 (Rd 5)
- Club Debut: v New Zealand Warriors, ANZ Stadium, 10/04/2010 (Rd 5)
Tim Joined with the Bulldogs in 2010 from the Manly Sea Eagles.
A prop forward, Tim made his first grade debut for the Bulldogs against the Warriors on April 10 and subsequently featured in the round six win over the Wests Tigers, as well as losses to Parramatta in round eight and Melbourne in round 12 at ANZ Stadium after Jarrad Hickey was unavailable through injury.
Tim went on to win the Bulldogs Rookie of the Year award for his outstanding efforts.
Tim suffered his fair share of injuries having missed most of 2011 with successive knee injuries.
Later in the year the Raymond Terrace product was selected to make his representative debut, being one of three Bulldogs selected in the NSW Residents side that beat Queensland prior to State of Origin III at ANZ Stadium.
He capped off the year by playing a starring role in the Bulldogs second straight NSW Cup Premiership, adding to the Queensland Cup title he won a year earlier while representing the Sunshine Coast alongside 2011 Bulldogs recruit Trent Hodkinson.
In 2013 Front-rower Tim Browne certainly put his hand up every time when he was called upon.
He was given the opportunity to start the season and certainly made in roads throughout the year.
Although he played limited game time at times, his contribution when out on the field was valuable. Picking up a players player in one of his 14 appearances and improving as the year went.
He was 18th man on a number of occasions throughout the year and to his credit he continued to play good footy in the NSW Cup before his opportunity came.
With a big pre-season, Tim will no doubt be ready to cement a permanent spot in the side.