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Postgame breakdown: Round 12 v Panthers

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs suffered a 30-4 loss to the Penrith Panthers at BlueBet Stadium in round 12.


* Panthers forward Moses Leota was sent to the sin bin for a high tackle on Jake Averillo.

* Jack Hetherington, Will Hopoate, Moses Leota and Isaah Yeo were all charged by the match review committee.

* The Panthers had more possession than the Bulldogs, but both teams had the same completion rate (81%).

* Both teams had 25 tackle breaks each.

* The Panthers ran for 2007m compared to the Bulldogs 1373m.

* The Dogs made 368 tackles to Penrith’s 377.

* Both teams missed 25 tackles each.

* Penrith made 11 errors to Canterbury’s 8.

* The Bulldogs forced four dropouts to Penrith’s zero.

* The Bulldogs had a total of 869 kick metres compared to 654 for the homeside.

* Penrith came up with 13 offloads to the Bulldogs 3.

* Aaron Schoupp scored his first NRL try.

Meaney holds a ball up for Schoupp to get his first NRL try

* Jackson Topine in his first game since round 6 tops the tackle count with 47 with a tackle efficiency of 97.9%.

* Josh Jackson gets through 71 minutes of work, including 11 carries for 91 metres and 43 tackles on his return from a calf injury.

* Jake Averillo tops the Bulldogs NRL Fantasy points with 79 and comes up with a season high 653 kick metres.

* Canterbury’s back five all run for over 100 metres.

* Luke Thompson and Will Hopoate top the run metres for the Bulldogs with 139.

* Canterbury’s average play the ball speed is better than Penrith’s, 3.24 seconds compared to 3.8

* Brad Deitz suffers a hamstring injury and only gets through 11 minutes of the game.

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.