Flash back Friday: 1995 Grand Final
Take a walk down memory lane and re-live the 1995 Grand Final win as we countdown until our opening game of the 2016 season against the Manly Sea-Eagles.
Having finished in sixth place at the end of the regular season, the Bulldogs managed a history-making finals surge, winning three sudden death matches to make the grand final.
Their opponents were the Manly Sea-Eagkles, who finished the regular season with a 22-3 win/loss record.
Canterbury were ahead at half-time 6-4 and went on to score two more tries through Rod Silva and Glen Hughes.
At game's end Terry Lamb enjoyed the rare honour of celebrating as a retiring victorious skipper, although he surprisingly returned for the 1996 season.
Sydney Bulldogs 17 (Tries: Price, Hughes, Silva. Goals: Halligan 2/5. Field Goal: Lamb.)
Manly-Warringah 4 (Goals: Ridge 2.)
|Matthew Ridge||Fullback||Rod Silva|
|Craig Hancock||Wing||Jason Williams|
|Danny Moore||Centre||John Timu|
|Terry Hill||Centre||Matthew Ryan|
|Cliff Lyons||Five-eight||Terry Lamb (c)|
|Geoff Toovey (c)||Halfback||Craig Polla-Mounter|
|David Gillespie||Prop||Darren Britt|
|Des Hasler||Hooker||Jason Hetherington|
|Mark Carroll||Prop||Dean Pay|
|Steve Menzies||Second Row||Steve Price|
|Ian Roberts||Second Row||Simon Gillies|
|Nik Kosef||Lock||Jim Dymock|
|Owen Cunningham||Reserve||Jason Smith|
|Daniel Gartner||Reserve||Glen Hughes|
|Solomon Haumono||Reserve||Mitch Newton|
|Bob Fulton||Coach||Chris Anderson|