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Centre Josh Morris discusses the 10 point loss to the Brisbane Broncos and looks ahead to Round 25 at Belmore against the Cowboys.


Following three straight wins, the Bulldogs have walked away from Suncorp Stadium with a ten-point loss.

The Bulldogs trailed the Broncos by six points at the break, but were their own worst enemy in the second half with a number of unforced errors that allowed the home side to capitalise on.

“I think the second half was the same story of the past month,” Josh Morris said.

“We had too many errors in our own half and tonight we played a side that’s in the top eight who they needed to win and they made us pay for our errors.

“It was a tale of two halves tonight.”

The loss to the Broncos now means the Bulldogs need to win their next two games if they’re to give themselves every chance of finishing in the top four.

“The next two games are must wins. We’ve worked really hard all year to keep ourselves in the top four and it would be a shame to let it slip in the final two Rounds.

“It’s very important we get back to Belmore and get back on track with a win.”

Round 25 will see the Bulldogs hot the North Queensland Cowboys at Belmore Sports Ground and after a disappointing loss to the premiers in Round 20, the Bulldogs will be looking to turn the tide at their spiritual home ground.

“We probably haven’t performed as well as what we would have liked to over the last few times we have been there, but it’s important we go back there and put in a good performance against the premiers.”

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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.