With a number of key men out for the Bulldogs, it gives guys like Antonio Kaufusi a great opportunity to impress Coach Des Hasler.
Club legend Terry Lamb will this week lead the NRL side out onto the field at ANZ Stadium for the first time since 1996.
Coach Des Halser spoke with the media this morning about the clash with the Manly Sea Eagles and the form of Reynolds and Hodkinson.
With a lot of the experience in the Bulldogs forward pack sitting on the sideline, damaging back-rower Tony Williams feels he needs to take more of responsibility over the next few weeks.
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After going down to the Dragons in round six, 31-6, lock forward Greg Eastwood doesn’t want to use the loss of key men as an excuse, but rather put his hand up and say he needs to be a player that stands up for the Bulldogs and lead from the front.
When Jim Dymock stepped up on stage to accept the Clive Churchill Medal in 1995, there was one man he forgot to mention in his speech. Jim looks back on that moment in 1995 to tell you who really inspired him to put in that amazing performance.
'Two New Zealanders and a Queenslander' sounds like the start of a terrible joke but that's exactly the trio who have backed their Bulldogs teammates and halves Josh Reynolds and Trent Hodkinson to be picked again for New South Wales in the upcoming State of Origin series.
Curtis Rona has started the 2015 season in fine form, including six tries in as many games and he credits his form to the lifestyle that Sydney has offered him.
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