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Running with The Pack: Round 9 v Dragons

Stay up to date with all the round nine action between the Bulldogs and Dragons from Nestrata Jubilee Stadium.

Follow all the action below:

FULL-TIME: Dragons 32 Bulldogs 12

Nick Meaney collects an intercept and runs 50 metres to score in his 50th NRL match. Flanagan adds a further two points, Dragons 32 Bulldogs 12.

Junior Amone scores his first NRL try on debut in the 72nd minute. Dragons 32 Bulldogs 6.

Renouf Atoni with a one on one strip on Jack Bird and grabs our first try of the afternoon, Flanagan converts. Dragons 28 Bulldogs 6.

Matt Dufty has a second try two minutes after Norman crosses for the Red V, Norman converts and Dragons lead 28-0.

Corey Norman adds a fourth try in the 62nd minute and converts his own try. Dragons 22 Bulldogs 0.

Corey Allan is taken from the field on a stretcher in the 59th minute.

Paul Vaughan grabs the Dragons third try of the afternoon in the 55th minute and Corey Norman converts. Will Hopoate is sent to the sin bin in the lead up to the try. Dragons 16 Bulldogs 0.

Winger Matthew Feagai scores in the 51st minute to extend the homeside's lead to 10. Dragons 10 Bulldogs 0.

HALF-TIME: Dragons 6 Bulldogs 0.

The Dragons open the scoring in the 22nd minute through fullback Matt Dufty and Corey Norman Converts. Dragons 6 Bulldogs 0.


The Dragons add their final touches before kick-off.

Fine tuning ahead of kick-off.

The battle of the number ones is set to light up Kogarah this afternoon.

A big Happy Mother's day to all Bulldogs and Dragons fans.

The Dragons finalise their 17 for today's clash with the Bulldogs.

Final 17 confirmed for our round 9 clash with the Dragons.

Congratulations to Nick Meaney who plays his 50th NRL game today.

The Bulldogs check in ahead off kick-off at 4.05pm.

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.