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Bulldogs TV caught up with ex Bulldog and current Wigan Warriors five-eight Blake Green.

Blake was a part of the Bulldogs in 2010, where he played 18 games and scored two tries as a member of the NRL squad.

He left the club at the end of the 2010 season for the English Super League, where he joined Hull KR.

Blake was a member of their side for two seasons, in which he managed to play 30 games, before moving onto the Wigan Warriors.

What a move it was for him!

In his first year at the club he was able to walk away with a Challenge Cup victory, a Super League Title and was awarded The Harry Sunderland Trophy for best on the ground in the Grand Final, very much like the Clive Churchill medal in the NRL Grand Final.

What a season it was, joining one of the strongest clubs in the Super League and in his first year having as much success as he did, is a year he will never forget.

It was only just happy times for him on the field, because away from it he became a Dad for the first time, with his wife giving birth to a little boy named Boston.

He was a very likable character Blake at the Bulldogs and even though his time at the club was short, he will always be welcomed back.