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Round 19 Team News: Line-up confirmed for Sharks encounter

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will welcome back Jeremy Marshall-King for this Sunday's game against the Sharks in the Gold Coast (4:05PM AEST).

The hooker has missed the past two matches due to suspension.

Sione Katoa drops out of the final side after Trent Barrett confirmed his team an hour before kick-off. Falakiko Manu will feature as the side's 18th man for this afternoon's fixture.

Renouf Atoni has been named to replace Ofahiki Ogden on the reserve bench. Kyle Flanagan and Matt Doorey have been omitted from the game day line-up in other changes made 24 hours prior to game day.

  • Marshall-King will replace Sione Katoa in the starting side
  • Ava Seumanufagai will move into the starting line-up from the bench, with Luke Thompson moving into the lock position
  • Josh Jackson switches back to the second row
  • Joe Stimson returns on the bench with Matt Doorey dropping out of the seventeen
No. Player Sponsor
1 Nick Meaney Hy-Tec
2 Corey Allan Guardian Venue Management
3 Will Hopoate Cincotta Chemist Campsie
4 Aaron Schoupp Australasian Industrial Wrappings & Coatings
5 Jayden Okunbor Canterbury League Club
6 Lachlan Lewis Penny's Crispy Pork Crackling
7 Jake Averillo Sydney Freezers
8 Ava Seumanufagai Intello IT
9 Jeremy Marshall-King Jay Productions & Events
10 Jack Hetherington MMX Projects
11 Corey Waddell TLH Recruitment
12 Josh Jackson (c) Dental on Evaline
13 Luke Thompson Daily Press
Interchange   Recovery Partners
14 Bailey Biondi-Odo Khalil Family Lawyers
15 Dylan Napa Urbanista Café & Convenience
16 Joe Stimson Your Property People
23 Renouf Atoni McDonalds Punchbowl/Lakemba
21 Falakiko Manu  
Coaching Staff Name Sponsor
Head Coach Trent Barrett ShoeGrab
Assistant Coach David Furner  
Assistant Coach Craig Sandercock  
NRL Transitional Coach David Tangata-Toa  


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.