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Tony Williams has spent the past two games playing at five-eighth and although it's not familiar, he has thoroughly enjoyed it.

With Hodkinosn and Reynolds missing from the win over Manly in round 17 due to Orgin and Reynolds missing from the Melbourne win in round 18, Williams has enjoyed his time in the halves and if required there again throughout the year, he is more than happy to put his hand up and help out.

"I’m two from two. I think I’ll leave it at that. It’s been good. It was easy last week with Hoko back. He made my job easier and directed the players. I was just another forward. I’ve enjoyed my time in the halves. If I get a chance again I’ll do the job." said Williams.

He will go down in history as one of the biggest halves to ever play, but for Williams it's just about doing his role for the club.

"I have heard I am one of the biggest to play there, but if I get the chance to play there again I will give it my best shot," said Williams.

Tony has been named in the back-row this week for the Tigers clash and Josh Jackson will wear the number six jersey on Sunday afternoon.

Bulldogs Team:

NRL v Tigers

ANZ Stadium

Sunday, 20 July


1. Mitch Brown

2. Corey Thompson

3. Josh Morris

4. Tim Lafai

5. Krisnan Inu

6. Josh Jackson

7. Trent Hodkinson

8. Sam Kasiano

9. Michael Ennis ©

10. James Graham

11. Dale Finucane

12. Tony Williams

13. Greg Eastwood


14. Reni Maitua

15. Pat O’Hanlon

16. Tim Browne

17. Lloyd Perrett


19. Drury Low

20. Damien Cook


Coach: Des Hasler


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.