Canterbury Bulldogs

Williams back from collapsed lung to breathe life into Raiders

Chris Wilson   The Raiders will welcome back half Sam Williams against the Brisbane Broncos on Saturday night.

How Hodkinson almost became a British Bulldog

Pom in the making? Trent Hodkinson could qualify for England through his father's heritage.

Adrian Proszenko   Had he not been chosen for NSW last year, Trent Hodkinson would probably be an England international by now.

Woods lends Klemmer a helping hand

Plenty of advice: Blues prop David Klemmer.

Michael Carayannis   Aaron Woods has spent the bulk of the NSW camp trying to ensure debutant David Klemmer does not make the same mistakes he did heading into his first Origin game.

Back to the drawing board for Raiders defence

Jordan Rapana of the Canberra Raiders left the field during the first half.

Jon Tuxworth   The Bulldogs, last year's grand finalists, are a proud club and after losing five of their past six games were always going to start the game full of intensity.

Hodkinson fears axe should Blues lose opening Origin

Blues brother: Trent Hodkinson meets the locals in Coffs Harbour.

Michael Carayannis   Trent Hodkinson knows his Origin future is on the line come Wednesday night.

Beware of Dog: Raiders ready for Graham surprise

Sidelined: James Graham leaves the field after being knocked out against the Roosters.

Jon Tuxworth   Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart has virtually accused Canterbury of playing smoke and mirrors over the fitness of James Graham, adamant he will play at Canberra Stadium on Sunday despite being ruled out by the Bulldogs. 

Young pup Tyrone Phillips to make his NRL debut for Bulldogs

Sio Siua Taukeiaho of the Roosters is tackled by Tyrone Ranuku Phillips of the Bulldogs in the 2015 Auckland Nines at Eden Park.

Adrian Proszenko   Tyrone Phillips is about to get a chance to make headlines for the right reasons.

Croker backs taking concussion decision out of players' hands

Jarrod Croker.

Jon Tuxworth   Canberra Raiders skipper Jarrod Croker insists Canterbury had no option but to sideline James Graham after his serious concussion, admitting it was "scary" watching teammate Joel Edwards being stretchered off after a head knock last year. 

Bulldogs lose Graham and Chase Stanley

Sidelined: James Graham leaves the field after being knocked out against the Roosters.

Michael Carayannis   Already missing the likes of Jackson, Klemmer, Morris and Hodkinson through Origin selection, the Bulldogs will also be without Graham and Stanley against the Raiders.

Jackson to start for Blues as Fifita edges out Lewis on bench

Starting in his Origin debut: Canterbury forward Josh Jackson.

Brad Walter   NSW coach Laurie Daley signals a changing of the guard with new-look Blues squad.

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Graham takes long look in mirror

Danny Weidler

Danny Weidler   ​James Graham is not everyone's favourite player, but on the open market coaches would go to any length to sign him.

Robinson backs Pearce and Maloney for Blues

"I feel like I know what works for me to play my best, and I have to stick to that week in, week out": Pearce.

Michael Chammas   Pearce looks certain to return to the NSW side after missing last year's series following an off-field misdemeanour, however there is a late push from his Roosters teammate to dethrone Trent Hodkinson as his halves partner for game one.

Pearce puts hand up for Origin

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 15:  Mitchell Pearce of the Roosters runs the ball during the round 10 NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Sydney Roosters at ANZ Stadium on May 15, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Michael Chammas   Will Laurie Daley show loyalty and stick with Josh Reynolds and Trent Hodkinson or did the loss to the Sydney Roosters end their chances?

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Live NRL: Roosters v Bulldogs

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 15:  Sam Perrett of the Bulldogs fends off Jake Friend of the Roosters during the round 10 NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Sydney Roosters at ANZ Stadium on May 15, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Paul Suttor   The Canterbury Bulldogs and Sydney Roosters have a fierce rivalry stretching back many decades. Tonight they'll add another chapter.

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Cordner v Jackson in battle for Blues spot

Hitting top form: Boyd Cordner.

Brad Walter   The availability of NSW captain Paul Gallen means there is unlikely to be room for both Boyd Cordner and Josh Jackson

Bulldogs cleared by NRL over crowd behaviour

Outraged: Bulldogs fans show their anger at match officials after full-time during the controversial Good Friday clash.

Michael Carayannis   The Canterbury Bulldogs have been cleared of punishment for the behaviour of a minority of their fans during the spiteful Good Friday clash against South Sydney.

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Moses Mbye may start for Bulldogs

Starting role?: Moses Mbye may be lifted into the starting side for the struggling Bulldogs.

Michael Carayannis   All the latest team news heading into round 10 of the NRL.

It's Pearce's to lose not Reynolds' to keep

The Big Blue: Friday's clash between the Bulldogs and Roosters will be an Origin audition for Mitchell Pearce and Josh Reynolds.

Michael Chammas   Laurie Daley is all but set on the NSW Blues No.6 but will still keep a close eye on Friday's clash between Mitchell Pearce and Josh Reynolds.

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Rona hopes Roosters snubbing will come back to bite his former club

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 27:  Curtis Rona of the Bulldogs in action during the round four NRL match between the Wests Tigers and the Canterbury Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium on March 27, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Renee McKay/Getty Images)

Michael Carayannis   Curtis Rona holds no grudges against the Roosters despite being dumped by the club.