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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Coach Des Hasler has today named a 33-man squad for the Community Challenge – Back to Belmore trial against the Rabbitohs on Sunday, 9 February at Belmore Sports Ground.

There will be three games played at Belmore this Sunday with gates opening at 12.45pm, NSW Cup from 1pm, Holden Cup starting at 3pm and the NRL fixture commencing at 5pm.

Forward Dale Finucane is looking forward to getting out on to the field after what has been a tough pre-season.

“It’s been a long tough pre-season but there is nothing like a game to really give yourself a test and see where your match fitness is at,” Finucane said. “It’s great to be able to play in front of the Members and fans here at Belmore, obviously a lot of them used to come here many years ago and it’s great that they can come back and experience it once again.”

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The squad is as follows:

Harlan Alaalatoa, Kayne Brennan, Mitch Brown, Tim Browne, Lachlan Burr, Brad Clarke, Damien Cook, Greg Eastwood, Michael Ennis, Dale Finucane, Jaline Graham, James Graham, Trent Hodkinson, Krisnan Inu, Josh Jackson, Sam Kasiano, Tim Lafai, Drury Low, Moses Mbye, Josh Morris, Ed Murphy, Tom Murphy, Pat O’Hanlon, Lloyd Perrett, Sam Perrett, Tyrone Phillips, Frank Pritchard, John Sila, Chase Stanley, Corey Thompson, Patrick Templeman, Aiden Tolman, Tony Williams.

Unavailable players at present are: David Klemmer, Reni Maitua, Josh Reynolds, David Minute.

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