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Josh Morris says that going into two consecutive grand finals with twin brother Brett beside him would be the icing on the cake following the signing of Brett Morris for 2015 and beyond.

 “I think when you start playing football in first grade that’s the aim… to win a comp with my brother playing with the Bulldogs would be the icing on the cake.” Josh stated.

The two brothers spoke to media during their first public outing together in the Blue and White colours.

“It’s been a long time since we have played in the same team together outside of Rep footy,” Josh said.

“The facilities they (Bulldogs) have got, the coaching staff, the board… they are a great club and I guess I let Brett know about that.” Josh added.

When asked if the two Kiama Juniors would be looking to give the Bulldogs coaching staff a hard time, Josh pointed out they had already caused some dramas a Belmore.

“I think there will be a few tricks on everyone… they (the Bulldogs) are still having a hard time trying to figure out who is who at the moment”

Questions are already circling about whether the two brothers will play side by side in the outside backs, or whether Brett will fill the fullback position for 2015.

“Where would you like to see your brother play?” one reporter asked.

 “In a bulldogs jumper… it doesn’t matter where he plays…” said Josh who added that Brett was very competent to play in any position and that he would leave that for Bulldogs head coach Des Hasler to work out.

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