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Round 3 Team News: Line-up finalised for Broncos clash

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will bring in 21 year-old winger Tui Katoa for his second NRL match against the Broncos in Brisbane on Saturday (5:30PM AEDT).

Ava Seumanufagai, Chris Smith, Dean Britt and Lachlan Lewis have been omitted from the game day squad.

Coach Trent Barrett has also brought Dylan Napa into the starting side, with fellow prop Ofahiki Ogden reverting to the bench.

Tui Katoa, who made his debut last season against the Penrith Panthers in Round 20, will replace Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, who has taken an early plea of two matches for a careless high tackle. 

In other changes, Ray Faitala-Mariner drops out of the squad after sustaining a foot injury against the Penrith Panthers, with Corey Waddell taking his place in the starting line-up.

Joe Stimson comes on to the bench for Waddell, for his first NRL match of the season. 

Jeremy Marshall-King will start at hooker with Sione Katoa coming off the bench.

No. Player Sponsor
1 Corey Allan Hy-Tec
2 Nick Meaney Guardian Venue Management
3 Will Hopoate Cincotta Chemist Campsie
4 Nick Cotric Australasian Industrial Wrappings & Coatings
5 Tui Katoa Southern Cross Charcoal
6 Jake Averillo Penny's Crispy Pork Crackling
7 Kyle Flanagan Sydney Freezers
10 Jack Hetherington MMX Projects
9 Jeremy Marshall-King Jay Productions & Events
17 Dylan Napa McDonalds Punchbowl/Lakemba
11 Adam Elliott TLH Recruitment
12 Corey Waddell Dental on Evaline
13 Josh Jackson Daily Press
Interchange   Recovery Partners
14 Sione Katoa Khalil Family Lawyers
15 Renouf Atoni Urbanista Café & Convenience 
16 Joe Stimson Your Property People
8 Ofahiki Ogden Intello IT
Coaching Staff Name Sponsor
Head Coach Trent Barrett ShoeGrab
Assistant Coach David Furner  
Assistant Coach Craig Sandercock  
NRL Transitional Coach David Tangata-Toa  


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.