Canterbury Bulldogs

Dragons ready to swoop for Lafai

Adrian Proszenko   St George Illawarra headline a number of clubs preparing to swoop on Tim Lafai should the Canterbury centre come onto the open market.

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McGrady follows in uncle Ewan's footsteps

Lindon McGrady.

Adrian Proszenko   Lindon McGrady was not around to witness his uncle Ewan McGrady during his Rothmans Medal year. "I don't think I was even born," said the youngster, who arrived two years after that 1991 season.

Canterbury great Steve Mortimer anoints Moses Mbye as club's new No.7

Steve Mortimer has launched the game of shuffleboard at Greenacre community centre for the elderly to assist them combat the onset of dementia. Members of the  Greenacre Community Centre Goannas (red) take on the Banstoen City Aged Care Bulldogs (Blue).
17th November 2015
Photo: Wolter Peeters
The Sydney Morning Herald

Daniel Lane   Canterbury Bulldogs great Steve Mortimer, regarded as the club's greatest-ever halfback, anointed Moses Mbye as the man to shine in his old No.7 jersey following Trent Hodkinson's departure to Newcastle.

Pritchard commits to Hull despite late Warriors offer

Heading to the UK: Frank Pritchard.

Adrian Proszenko   Frank Pritchard has knocked back a late and lucrative offer to continue his NRL career at the Warriors, but the Test forward will honour his commitment to Hull FC.

NRL and Nine resisting temptation to cash in on Sam's return

Red and green all over again: Sam Burgess.

Brad Walter   Cowboys v Bulldogs and Eels v Dragons tipped for round one with Channel Nine and the NRL resisting the temptation of repeating this year's blockbuster premiership kick-off between South Sydney and Brisbane.

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The PNG school the Bulldogs built

Warm welcome: Local school children welcome present and former Bulldogs.

Brad Walter   This is the school in the New Ireland province of Papua New Guinea that the Bulldogs helped to build.

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Rona has no regrets about leaving Cowboys

Flying high: Bulldogs winger Curtis Rona doing what he does best.

Adrian Proszenko   You'd be forgiven for thinking that Curtis Rona may regret his decision to leave North Queensland. That, if he had hung around for just one more season it may have been him instead of current Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt scoring THAT try in the greatest grand final of them all.

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One perfect day: How South Sydney broke the drought

Winners are grinners: Michael Maguire celebrates winning the grand final.

Michael Maguire   South Sydney coach Michael Maguire recalls the day the Rabbitohs won the NRL premiership for the first time since 1971.

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Jacob Loko arrested over alleged possession of ecstasy

Loko in action for Parramatta Eels in 2013.

Michael Carayannis   Jacob Loko's NRL career is in tatters after the outgoing Canterbury player was arrested over alleged possession of ecstasy on Saturday morning.

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Bulldogs selling Cowboys jerseys in lead-up to NRL grand final

On the Cowboys bandwagon: Raelene Castle.

Jamie Marcuson   It couldn't be further from the heat of Townsville, but the spiritual home of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs is now selling North Queensland Cowboys jerseys in the lead-up to the NRL grand final.

The untold story of how the Bulldogs let Johnathan Thurston sign with the Cowboys

The Dog that got away: Johnathan Thurston training with the Bulldogs in 2004.

Andrew Webster   If you're a Bulldogs supporter, you mighn't want to read this.

Souths make play for Canterbury hooker

In demand: Canterbury hooker Damien Cook could be on his way to the Rabbitohs.

Adrian Proszenko   South Sydney have made a play for Canterbury hooker Damien Cook in a move that ends speculation they are chasing unwanted Wests Tigers captain Robbie Farah.

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Melbourne next in line to host GF: Mortimer

Great atmosphere: Josh Morris scores at the MCG in Origin II this year,

Daniel Lane   Former Canterbury great Steve Mortimer said amid calls for the NRL grand final to one day be played outside of Sydney that AFL-mad Melbourne - and not the league stronghold of Brisbane - was the only other city capable of hosting the event.

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No surprise NRL stars excelling at Rugby World Cup

Brad Walter dinkus Dinkus

Brad Walter   The Bulldogs influence on the fortunes of the All Blacks extends beyond Sonny Bill Williams

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Archer backs Evans try

Key moment: Kane Evans scores a controversial try against the Bulldogs on Friday night.

Michael Carayannis   Referees boss Tony Archer has stood firm on the decision to award Kane Evans a controversial match altering try on Friday night while the NRL has no plans to ditch the review procedure.

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Roosters' forward dominance key to win over Bulldogs

Phil Gould

Phil Gould   There can be no doubting that the controversial try to Kane Evans in the 51st minute of the Roosters-Bulldogs clash on Friday night had a significant effect on what happened for the rest of that game.

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Bulldogs fans clash with police during loss to Roosters

Police and Canterbury Bulldogs fans clash after the team's loss to the Roosters at Allianz Stadium.

Michael Carayannis   Video footage has emerged of Canterbury fans clashing with police during the Bulldogs elimination loss to the Sydney Roosters on Friday night.

Pearce gets more time - will the video referees?

Andrew Webster headshot dinkus

Andrew Webster   Roosters halfback set to play against the Broncos, but the Bulldogs harshly done by

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Roosters thump Bulldogs after ref howler

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 18: Boyd Cordner  of the Roosters celebrates with his team mates after scoring a try during the First NRL Semi Final match between the Sydney Roosters and the Canterbury Bulldogs at Allianz Stadium on September 18, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Tom Decent   A controversial decision to award Kane Evans a 51st-minute try threatened to overshadow the Roosters' semi-final win over the Bulldogs, but a clinical performance showed why they are still a force to be reckoned with.

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Sydney Roosters beat Canterbury Bulldogs: Five things we learnt

Middle man: Boyd Cordner was a late positional switch by Trent Robinson.

Michael Carayannis   Five things we learnt from the Roosters victory against Canterbury.

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