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Re-live the win over the Brisbane Broncos in round 7 of the 2010 season when the Bulldogs launched their special Avatar jersey promotion.

The Dogs' 36-18 victory over the Broncos was all the more impressive because they played virtually the entire second half without centre Josh Morris, who had copped a poke in the eye in the first half, and five-eighth Ben Roberts, who was helped from the field with an ankle injury three minutes after the break.

Lock David Stagg was also stretchered from the field in the 72nd minute after appearing to suffer a neck injury when tackling Darren Lockyer.

Canterbury led 12-6 at the break but three tries in five minutes, including a seventh in seven games to bench utility Ben Barba, had the home side up 30-6 after 55 minutes.

Bulldogs winger Bryson Goodwin bagged a double and booted six from seven in front of 17,014 fans as Canterbury beat Brisbane in Sydney for the first time since 2005.

The Broncos mounted a comeback when a bust from in-form Sam Thaiday sent Lockyer over in the 59th minute and a converted ref's call try to Alex Glenn in the 63rd minute made it a 12-point game at 30-18.

But a 67th minute try from Blake Green after an uncharacteristic Lockyer error sealed the deal for the Dogs.

Brisbane's sorry start to the season had them 2-5.

Earlier, first-half tries to Goodwin and Idris sandwiched a four-pointer to Brisbane lock Corey Parker as the Bulldogs regained an early lead two minutes before the break.

Idris was first to a Blake Green grubber in the 38th minute after Brett Kimmorley had put the utility through a hole on the last play with a flick pass.