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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.

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.