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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs five-eighth Josh Reynolds returns to the side this Friday night when the Bulldogs take on the Panthers at ANZ Stadium.

The 25-year-old returns after serving a three match suspension that was handed down for a shoulder charge during Game 3 of the State of Origin series.

Reynolds is excited about getting back out on the field on Friday night.

“Yeah, I’m over the moon,” Reynolds said. “It’s really hurt to not be out there and I’m pumped that I’m back in the side this week in what will be a tough match against the Panthers.

“I feel well rested and it’ll be a massive game so I hope there is a big crowd out there to support us.”

David Klemmer also returns to the side for his first appearance since Round 14 with Pat O’Hanlon the man to be omitted. Sam Perrett will play his 200th NRL match with the Kiwi international making 148 appearances for the Roosters (2004-12) and 51 matches for the Bulldogs (2012-present).

The Bulldogs have a range of ticket offers with adult tickets starting from $20 and family tickets starting at $40 for Friday night’s match. Visit to secure your seat.

NYC v Panthers

ANZ Stadium

Friday, 1 August


NSW Cup v North Sydney

Belmore Sports Ground

Saturday, 2 August


1. Marcelo Montoya

1. Jaline Graham

2. Dujuan Manual-Liolevave

2. Drury Low

3. Michael Morgan

3. Ed Murphy

4. Jean Luc Knox

4. Levi Dodd

5. Tautalatasi Tasi

5. Kayne Brennan

6. Brendan Cox

6. Patrick Templeman

7. Guy Hamilton

7. Lindon McGrady

8. Jake Kamire

8. Danny Fualalo

9. Robbie Kamoto

9. Damien Cook

10. Herman Ese’ese

10. Makahesi Makatoa

11. Renouf To’omaga

11. Lachlan Burr

12. Shaun Lane

12. Pat O’Hanlon

13. Brandon Luamanu

13. Harlan Alaalatoa



14. Brad Keighran

14. Tyrone Phillips

15. Darcy Maroske

15. Chris Binge

16. George Tsikrikis

16. Adam Elliott

17. Brock Cope

17. Brad Clark



19. David Minute



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.