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Sunday's match against Newcastle at Belmore, will see local junior Josh Reynolds run out for the final time at the ground as a Bulldog, as the team look to find the winning formula that has been missing in recent weeks.

The Bulldogs will mark the occasion by re-naming the hill at Belmore 'Josh Reynolds Hill' for the day, as well as having a Josh Reynolds 'Run Through' Banner and face-masks of the five-eighth that will be handed out to supporters on the day.

In other team news, former Penrith prop Andy Saunders has been named on the bench to make his NRL debut. The 22 year-old joined the Bulldogs at the start of the season from the Panthers.

With David Klemmer, Josh Jackson and Brett Morris all on Origin duty, Danny Fualalo, Raymond Faitala-Mariner and Kerrod Holland all come into the Bulldogs starting line-up, with Asipeli Fine returning to the bench.

The match will also see the side wear the 2017 heritage jersey.

Gates will open at 11-40 am.

NRL Round 18: Bulldogs v Knights - Belmore Sports Ground, Sunday, July 9th 4pm  

1    Will Hopoate
2    Kerrod Holland
3    Josh Morris
4    Chase Stanley
5    Marcelo Montoya
6    Josh Reynolds
7    Moses Mbye
8    Aiden Tolman
9    Michael Lichaa
10   Danny Fualalo
11   Raymond Faitala Mariner
12   Adam Elliott
13   Sam Kasiano
14   Francis Tualau
15   Asipeli Fine
16   Andy Saunders
17   Matt Frawley
19   Renouf To’omaga
20   Brad Abbey
21   Rod Griffin
23   Brenko Lee  
COACH Des Hasler

There will be plenty of fun for the family and the kids with Fans on Field, Fireworks, rides in Terry Lamb reserve, as well as a jumping castle, obstacle course, dart ball, FREE Bulldogs fairy floss and much more in the ‘family fun zone’ located outside the ground at Gate A.

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.