Josh Reynolds was the hero for the Bulldogs as they held on to beat Canberra 41-34 in an NRL thriller in the nations capital.
On a day when 13 tries were scored in one of the craziest games you are ever likely to see, Reynolds finished with a double and broke a 34-all deadlock with a field goal with just 31 seconds left on the clock.
Reynolds' one-pointer was slotted from just outside the 30m line and well towards the right touch line.
Canterbury then scored a final try off the last play of the game to seal their first win since round seven.
Canterbury Bulldogs 41 (Tries: Josh Reynolds 2, Michael Lichaa, Curtis Rona, Frank Pritchard, Corey Thompson, Moses Mbye; Goals: Moses Mbye 6; Field Goal: Josh Reynolds) defeated Canberra Raiders 34 (Tries: Sisa Waqa 2, Shaun Fensom, Josh Papalii, Blake Austin, Mitch Cornish; Goals: Jason Croker 5) at GIO Stadium. Half-time: Bulldogs 26-16. Crowd: 12,221.
It's a Saturday arvo cracker when the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs host the Canberra Raiders at ANZ Stadium.
The Bulldogs will need their wits about them if they're to overcome a powerful Raiders outfit in this one.