The Bulldogs NSW Cup team will head to the foot of the mountains this weekend to tackle the Penrith Panthers. Outside back Pat Templeman spoke to Bulldogs TV about this weeks game.

Penrith Panthers Vs Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Sportingbet Stadium, Saturday, March 22
Kick-off: 2.10pm 
Referee: Daniel Olford
Broadcast: LIVE on Fox Sports 1 
Broadcast: Radio Coverage courtesy of Hawkesbury Radio 89.9FM (Link available via 
www.hawkesburyradio.com.au)

Summary: 
The Penrith Panthers will be desperate to post their first win of 2014 when they host a Bulldogs outfit confident of springing an upset. Many people’s Premiership pick in the pre-season, the Panthers have looked anything but title favourites following back-to-back losses to the Knights and Wyong respectively. Completing sets has been a major cause for concern for Penrith over the opening rounds, and despite having welcomed a handful of new recruits to the club, the Panthers chemistry is certainly not where Garth Brennan would like it to be at present. The Bulldogs bounced back from a round one loss to the Sharks to post a 22 point win over the Sea Eagles last weekend. Despite the scoreboard indicating that the Dogs won comfortably, for the second week in a row they trailed at half time, so new coach Andy Patmore will be hoping for a faster start here. The inclusions of both Wes Naiqama and Isaac John should be welcomed ones for the home side while the Bulldogs will field a near unchanged line up from the one that won last week.

New Sherriff in town: As of this match, Andy Patmore has officially replaced Barry Ward as the head coach of the Bulldogs VB NSW Cup outfit. It seems a fitting appointment when you consider how many young kids are running around in their side. A large number of these NYC graduates have spent considerable time under Patmore over the past few seasons at Belmore and his already established relationships with said players may well pay off for the Dogs over the course of the year. 

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Penrith Panthers Vs Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Sportingbet Stadium, Saturday, March 22
Kick-off: 2.10pm 
Referee: Daniel Olford
Broadcast: LIVE on Fox Sports 1 
Broadcast: Radio Coverage courtesy of Hawkesbury Radio 89.9FM (Link available via 
www.hawkesburyradio.com.au)

Summary: 
The Penrith Panthers will be desperate to post their first win of 2014 when they host a Bulldogs outfit confident of springing an upset. Many people’s Premiership pick in the pre-season, the Panthers have looked anything but title favourites following back-to-back losses to the Knights and Wyong respectively. Completing sets has been a major cause for concern for Penrith over the opening rounds, and despite having welcomed a handful of new recruits to the club, the Panthers chemistry is certainly not where Garth Brennan would like it to be at present. The Bulldogs bounced back from a round one loss to the Sharks to post a 22 point win over the Sea Eagles last weekend. Despite the scoreboard indicating that the Dogs won comfortably, for the second week in a row they trailed at half time, so new coach Andy Patmore will be hoping for a faster start here. The inclusions of both Wes Naiqama and Isaac John should be welcomed ones for the home side while the Bulldogs will field a near unchanged line up from the one that won last week.
New Sherriff in town: As of this match, Andy Patmore has officially replaced Barry Ward as the head coach of the Bulldogs VB NSW Cup outfit. It seems a fitting appointment when you consider how many young kids are running around in their side. A large number of these NYC graduates have spent considerable time under Patmore over the past few seasons at Belmore and his already established relationships with said players may well pay off for the Dogs over the course of the year. 
Penrith Panthers Vs Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Sportingbet Stadium, Saturday, March 22
Kick-off: 2.10pm 
Referee: Daniel Olford
Broadcast: LIVE on Fox Sports 1 
Broadcast: Radio Coverage courtesy of Hawkesbury Radio 89.9FM (Link available via 
www.hawkesburyradio.com.au)

Summary: 
The Penrith Panthers will be desperate to post their first win of 2014 when they host a Bulldogs outfit confident of springing an upset. Many people’s Premiership pick in the pre-season, the Panthers have looked anything but title favourites following back-to-back losses to the Knights and Wyong respectively. Completing sets has been a major cause for concern for Penrith over the opening rounds, and despite having welcomed a handful of new recruits to the club, the Panthers chemistry is certainly not where Garth Brennan would like it to be at present. The Bulldogs bounced back from a round one loss to the Sharks to post a 22 point win over the Sea Eagles last weekend. Despite the scoreboard indicating that the Dogs won comfortably, for the second week in a row they trailed at half time, so new coach Andy Patmore will be hoping for a faster start here. The inclusions of both Wes Naiqama and Isaac John should be welcomed ones for the home side while the Bulldogs will field a near unchanged line up from the one that won last week.
New Sherriff in town: As of this match, Andy Patmore has officially replaced Barry Ward as the head coach of the Bulldogs VB NSW Cup outfit. It seems a fitting appointment when you consider how many young kids are running around in their side. A large number of these NYC graduates have spent considerable time under Patmore over the past few seasons at Belmore and his already established relationships with said players may well pay off for the Dogs over the course of the year. 
Penrith Panthers Vs Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Sportingbet Stadium, Saturday, March 22
Kick-off: 2.10pm 
Referee: Daniel Olford
Broadcast: LIVE on Fox Sports 1 
Broadcast: Radio Coverage courtesy of Hawkesbury Radio 89.9FM (Link available via 
www.hawkesburyradio.com.au)

Summary: 
The Penrith Panthers will be desperate to post their first win of 2014 when they host a Bulldogs outfit confident of springing an upset. Many people’s Premiership pick in the pre-season, the Panthers have looked anything but title favourites following back-to-back losses to the Knights and Wyong respectively. Completing sets has been a major cause for concern for Penrith over the opening rounds, and despite having welcomed a handful of new recruits to the club, the Panthers chemistry is certainly not where Garth Brennan would like it to be at present. The Bulldogs bounced back from a round one loss to the Sharks to post a 22 point win over the Sea Eagles last weekend. Despite the scoreboard indicating that the Dogs won comfortably, for the second week in a row they trailed at half time, so new coach Andy Patmore will be hoping for a faster start here. The inclusions of both Wes Naiqama and Isaac John should be welcomed ones for the home side while the Bulldogs will field a near unchanged line up from the one that won last week.
New Sherriff in town: As of this match, Andy Patmore has officially replaced Barry Ward as the head coach of the Bulldogs VB NSW Cup outfit. It seems a fitting appointment when you consider how many young kids are running around in their side. A large number of these NYC graduates have spent considerable time under Patmore over the past few seasons at Belmore and his already established relationships with said players may well pay off for the Dogs over the course of the year.