Attacking Change Suits New Bulldogs Halves
They’ve been part of a much talked-about playmaking overhaul at Belmore – and Bulldogs halves Matt Frawley and Josh Cleeland feel that the results are just around the corner.
The pair are still getting acquainted with one another in the Canterbury-Bankstown side, with Cleeland signing on in 2017 following an outstanding season with the Newtown Jets. Frawley, who has been at the club since 2015, doesn’t understate the value the 2016 Five-Eighth Of The Year brings to the Bulldogs.
“It’s been good – ‘Joshy’s’ a really good player,” Frawley tells NSWRL.com.au. “I think we complement each other’s styles really well; he’s a really good runner of the footy and I sort of try to organise it a bit more.
“We’re still trying to form a combination but yeah, I love playing with him.”