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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs front row forward Aiden Tolman will return from injury this Friday night when the Bulldogs take on the Sea-Eagles at ANZ Stadium.

Tolman has not played since the last time these two sides met due to a hamstring injury and is keen to make amends from the disappointing 32-10 loss at Brookvale back in Round 13.

“We’ll be looking for a win, we both will be missing some key players but there will be 34 guys out there on Friday night looking for a victory,” Tolman said. “Manly have plenty of points in them and they put a few on us last time so we’ll need to be switched on in defence.”

The Bulldogs and Sea-Eagles will this Friday night play for the Bullfrog-Arko Cup. The match-up between the two clubs commemorates the contribution two great clubmen made to the game in Peter Moore and Ken Arthurson.

There are still plenty of tickets available to the match with members and fans also encouraged to ‘Bring the Beats’ to ANZ Stadium on Friday night. To secure your seat and to find out more visit

NYC v Sea-Eagles

ANZ Stadium

Friday, 4 July


NSW Cup v Mounties

Belmore Sports Ground

Saturday, 5 July


1. Marcelo Montoya

1. Jaline Graham

2. Charles Moreton

2. Tyrone Phillips

3. Michael Morgan

3. Ed Murphy

4. Sam Gerrey-Burgess

4. Levi Dodd

5. Tautalatasi Tasi

5. Kayne Brennan

6. Robbie Kamoto

6. Patrick Templeman

7. Guy Hamilton

7. Lindon McGrady

8. Jake Kamire

8. Danny Fualalo

9. Alex Sorge

9. Brad Clark

10. Herman Ese’ese

10. Makahesi Makatoa

11. Renouf To’omaga

11. Lachlan Burr

12. Shaun Lane

12. David Minute

13. Brandon Luamanu

13. Pat O’Hanlon



14. Brendan Cox

14. Tupou Iongi

15. Darcy Maroske

15. Chris Binge

16. Chad McGill

16. Luke Ferry

17. Brock Cope

19. Sione Tovo






Coach: Scott Murray

Coach: Andy Patmore

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.