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Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Coach Des Hasler has today selected Kerrod Holland as the man to replace the injured Chase Stanley for the Monday night clash against the Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park in Melbourne.

Stanley injured his hamstring in the match against the Raiders last night with the full extent of his injury to be known tomorrow.

Holland will make his second appearance in the top grade with his only other appearance resulting in his conversion after the siren to claim victory in round two against the Panthers.

The Bulldogs will be looking for their fourth victory of the season and will travel south on Sunday afternoon ahead of the fixture.

NRL v Storm


Monday, 11 April


NSW Cup v Newtown

Belmore Sports Ground

Friday, 8 April


NYC v Storm

Sunshine Coast Stadium

Saturday, 9 April


1. Will Hopoate

1. Brad Abbey

1. Josh Bergamin

2. Curtis Rona

2. Reimis Smith

2. Marcelo Montoya

3. Josh Morris

3. Tyrone Phillips

3. Jack Gibbons

4. Kerrod Holland

4. Reubenn Rennie

4. Jayden Okunbor

5. Sam Perrett

5. Jarrod McInally

5. Isaac Pedro

6. Josh Reynolds

6. Matt Frawley

6. Adam Keighran

7. Moses Mbye

7. Dane Chisholm

7. Zac Greene

8. Aiden Tolman

8. Makahesi Makatoa

8. Peter Tiatia

9. Michael Lichaa

9. Craig Garvey

9. Joseph Tramontana

10. James Graham ©

10. Ray Moujalli

10. Darcy Maroske

11. Josh Jackson

11. Lamar Liolevave

11. D’Rhys Miller

12. Tony Williams

12. Raymond Faitala-Mariner

12. Luis Strickland

13. Greg Eastwood

13. Pat O’Hanlon

13. Siaopo Tagaloa




14. Sam Kasiano

14. Brad Garlick

14. Lachlan Lee

15. Tim Browne

15. Elias Sukkar

15. Julius Taavao

16. David Klemmer

16. Renouf To’omaga

16. Lopeti Mafi

17. Adam Elliott

17. Graham Clarke

17. Jerry Leasi

19. Lloyd Perrett

23. Jake Kamire

19. Avia Minute




Coach: Des Hasler

Coach: Andrew Patmore

Coach: Ben Anderson



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.