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Tim Browne fronted the media today to discuss the Bulldogs win, the Roosters and David Klemmer's form.

The fifth-placed Bulldogs head into their Round 11 clash with the Roosters still looking to find that consistent form and although it’s been a frustrating start for the players, prop forward Tim Browne is aware the side hasn’t played to their full potential but at the same time is pleased to see the club in the top eight with the rep season around the corner.

“We know that we haven’t played to our full potential in those games that were close,” said Browne. “We were in all of them and we know we’ve got a lot of improvement to do.

“On the weekend I thought we did the little things in the game that we focused on and it would be good to get another win.”

Registering back to back wins for the Bulldogs has been tough to do in 2016 and while their opposition on Sunday sit in 15th position, Browne is aware of what they are capable of doing, especially when the tri-colours walked away with three victories over the boys from Belmore in 2015.

“It’s always a good game when we play against the Roosters.“They’re always up for it no matter who is in their side or who is out.

“I think it’s going to be a good game for us. We need to get another win so we can back up last week.”

Bulldogs Members & Fans, get excited! On Sunday, May 22 we return to ANZ Stadium to take on the Sydney Roosters in a Sunday afternoon showdown.

Off the field, the Bulldogs are holding the inaugural TAILGATE PARTY from 12:30pm, thanks to Nathans Hotdogs, complete with boot parties, cheerleaders, a marching band, Bulldogs alumni and a live broadcast from the team over at Triple M.

Want to be a part of the action? Secure your parking lot now and be in the middle of the action before we head inside for kick-off.

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.