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Tickets are on-sale now for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs round four and five home matches that will be played at ANZ Stadium.

The round four match will see the 2012 Minor Premiers take on the South Sydney Rabbitohs in their always popular, Easter clash at ANZ Stadium on Friday, 29 March. With kick-off at 4.00pm it shapes up as a great way for Members and fans to start their Easter long weekend with what is set to be a fiery fixture.

With names including Morris, Reynolds, Kasiano and Reynolds set to go head-to-head with Inglis, Merritt, Sutton and Burgess the match will be full of entertainment for all rugby league fans.

The clash is historically a very popular one amongst all fans so we encourage everyone to pre-purchase tickets to guarantee your seat.

Round five will see the Geoff Toovey Coached Sea-Eagles side travel over the bridge to ANZ Stadium on Friday, 5 April with kick-off at 7.35pm. It will be the first Friday night home match for the Bulldogs in season 2013 and one that will have that little bit of extra feeling in it.

In what will be new recruit Tony Williams first meeting against his old team-mates, it will be one that the Cabramatta junior will look to claim early bragging rights in.

Chief Executive Officer Todd Greenberg agrees that these are two matches that Members and fans wont want to miss.

The Rabbitohs match is always a favourite on the calendar, Greenberg said. With the Royal Easter Show also on in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct it shapes up as a great family day out and certainly adds to the atmosphere around the area.

The Manly match is one that now has that bit of extra feeling in it with Coach Des Hasler coming up against his former Club and big Tony Williams clashing with old team-mates for the first time.

Tickets are available for the matches through Ticketek on 132 849.
Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.