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Postgame breakdown: Round 9 v Dragons

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs suffered a 32-12 loss to the St George Illawarra Dragons after trailing 6-0 at halftime.

Breakdown:

* Lachlan Lewis and Corey Allan suffer injuries and are taken to hospital, but are realised overnight.

* Nick Meaney plays his 50th NRL game and scores an intercept try.

* The Bulldogs complete at 79%, while the Dragons finish the game at 73%.

* The Dragons make six line breaks to the Bulldogs none.

* Canterbury make 363 tackles to St George’s 345.

* The Dogs miss 37 tackles to the Dragons 24.

* The Bulldogs make less errors than the Dragons (11 – 16)

* Canterbury kick for 604 metres compared to the Saints 471.

* Ava Seumanufagai fails to finish the game due to HIA.

* Renouf Atoni scores his second try of the season, gets through 59 minutes (his most for the year), runs for a season high of 164 metres as well as a season high of 66 post-contact metres and tops the run metres for the Bulldogs from the game.

Atoni steals the ball then scores

* Luke Thompson gets through 68 minutes of work (his most for the year), makes a season high of 46 tackles and tops the tackle count for the Bulldogs from the clash.

* Chris Smith tops the tackle for the Bulldogs alongside Luke Thompson with 46.

* The Bulldogs spend 10 minutes of the game with 12 men after Will Hopoate is sent to the sin bin.

* Dallin comes up with 66 kick return metres (his season high).

* Luke Thompson tops the Bulldogs NRL Fantasy points with 69.

* Dylan Napa was a late withdrawal due to a shoulder injury and Ofahiki Ogden replaced the prop forward.

Meaney sprints away