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Postgame breakdown: Round 14 v Dragons

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs defeated the St George Illawarra Dragons 28-6 at Stadium Australia on Monday.


* Bulldogs forward Josh Jackson was sent to the sin bin in the 24th minute for repeated ruck infringements.

* Jake Averillo scored 20 of the Bulldogs 28 points from 2 tries and 6 goals.

Match Highlights: Round 14 v Dragons

* The Bulldogs led 8-6 at half time.

* Canterbury had 58% of the ball and completed at 94% (44/47).

* The Bulldogs ran for 1868m compared to the Dragons 1291m.

* The Dogs made 298 tackles to St George’s 445.

* Canterbury missed 17 tackles, while the Dragons missed 34.

* St George made 12 errors to Canterbury’s 4.

* The Dragons had three players put on report.

* The Bulldogs make 4 line breaks and 34 tackle breaks compared to the Saints 1 line break and 17 tackle breaks.

Round 14 Extended Highlights: Bulldogs v Dragons

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* The Dogs came up with 8 offloads to the Dragons 3.

* Canterbury had 697 post-contact metres compared to the Saints 494.

* Nick Meaney runs for a season high and game high 226 metres from 26 carries.

* Jeremy Marshall-King gets through 80 minutes of work, including 10 carries for 86 metres and 37 tackles with a tackle efficiency of 100%, as well as scoring a try on his return from a foot injury.

Jeremy Marshall-King Post Match Interview: Round 14 v Dragons

Too easy for Marshall-King

* Jake Averillo tops the Bulldogs NRL Fantasy points with 96 and comes up 566 kick metres.

* Canterbury’s win over the Dragons was the club’s first home match win since round 4 last year when the Dogs defeated the Red V 22-2.

* Josh Jackson tops the tackle count for the Bulldogs with 39 and comes up with 100% tackle efficiency. He also runs the ball for 178m from 17 carries.

* Canterbury only use 16 players during the game with Sione Katoa not taking to the field.

* Dallin Watene-Zelezniak was a late withdrawal due to a foot injury with Tui Katoa replacing the Kiwi International.

* 17,382 attend the annual Queen’s Birthday match.

* Rookie centre Aaron Schoupp grabs his first win in first grade after making his NRL debut against the Gold Coast Titans in round 11.