Canterbury Bulldogs

Reynolds vows to bring more calm, less calamity to Bulldogs

Adrian Proszenko   Josh Reynolds reckons he can be the "calming influence" on the Bulldogs in their charge to the finals. Yep, you read that right. The calming influence.

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Sharks may be forced to play home final at ANZ Stadium

Finals bound: Sharks players celebrate a try by Michael Ennis during the round 25 win over the Parramatta Eels at Pirtek Stadium.

Brad Walter   Cronulla's reward for securing a home final could be a match at ANZ Stadium against Canterbury or Souths, who each use the Olympic venue as their base.

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Bulldogs confirm Hodkinson's season is over

No more football: Trent Hodkinson will miss the remainder of the season after injuring his wrist against Newcastle.

Brad Walter   Josh Reynolds and Greg Inglis are set to make timely returns for their injury hit teams.

Gritty Canterbury hold off Knights

Finals doubts:  Canterbury's Trent Hodkinson left the field with an arm injury in the 20-18 win over the Newcastle Knights.

Robert Dillon   An injury to Trent Hodkinson overshadowed Canterbury's gritty 20-18 win against Newcastle at Hunter Stadium.

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Why Mata'utia brothers said no to Des Hasler

NCH SPORT - Knights players   Sione,  Pat and Chanel Mata'utia  17th March 2015 pic Ryan Osland

Adrian Proszenko   In the end, the Mata'utia brothers put family ahead of the 'Family Club'.

All the injury and suspension news for top-eight contenders

Hamstrung: Roosters halfback Mitchell Pearce.

Michael Carayannis   All the injury and suspension news for the top eight candidates.

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Hasler clause stumbling block for Bulldogs in new Mbye deal

Option: Moses Mbye.

Daniel Lane    A "Des Hasler-clause" is said to be the stumbling block in Canterbury halfback Moses Mbye, the 22-year-old hot shot described as the hottest commodity in the game when he comes off contract at the end of next season, from extending his deal with the Bulldogs.

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Inglis leaves on crutches but Maguire says his fullback will be ready for Broncos next week

Sad sight for Rabbitohs fans: Greg Inglis struggling wth a knee injury during his side's loss to Canterbury.

Michael Chammas   Despite Greg Inglis leaving ANZ Stadium on crutches, South Sydney coach Michael Maguire believes his fullback will be fit in time for Thursday's blockbuster against Brisbane.

Inglis injured as Bulldogs knock over Rabbitohs

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 26:  Greg Inglis awaits kick off in the second half at the First Preliminary Final match between the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Sydney Roosters at ANZ Stadium on September 26, 2014 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Renee McKay/Getty Images)

Michael Chammas   South Sydney's bid for back-to-back titles is in disarray after superstar fullback Greg Inglis hobbled from ANZ Stadium in the 32-18 loss to the Bulldogs on Friday night.

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'That light at the end of the tunnel was getting darker and darker'

Troubled times: Andrew Fifita has revealed his battle with depression.

David Sygall   Origin and Kangaroos star tried to end it all, but was saved just centimetres from death.

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Rivalry between enemies South Sydney and Canterbury the biggest in the NRL

Crowd puller: The Good Friday afternoon match between the Bulldogs and Rabbitohs drew a crowd of 40,523.

Michael Chammas   The Parramatta Eels have long been Canterbury's main rivals, while South Sydney and the Roosters have shared a common disdain that dates back more than a century. But things have changed as a new modern-day rivalry between the Bulldogs and Rabbitohs begins to supersede it.

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Klemmer played with same aggression at school

Steamed up: David Klemmer.

Brad Walter   When South Sydney centre Dylan Walker saw David Klemmer berating referee Gerard Sutton on Good Friday, he wasn't surprised.

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Why Rona's interested in Eels' fortunes

On a wing and a prayer: Curtis Rona scores a try against the Gold Coast Titans at Central Coast Stadium.

Adrian Proszenko   Curtis Rona was playing cards with his Canterbury teammates on the Central Coast on Saturday night when one of them flicked the TV on.

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Wanderers weighing up playing games at Belmore

Western Sydney Wanderers

Michael Chammas   With Pirtek Stadium poised to be demolished for a $300 million, 30,000-seat stadium, the Western Sydney Wanderers have begun exploring the possibility of moving games to Belmore Sportsground during construction.

Roosters-Broncos clash deserves a big crowd – here's hoping

Phil Gould

Phil Gould   Two matches in round 24 will shape how the competition players out.

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Pay and play: Players push for AFL fine system for grade-one offences


Adrian Proszenko   Canterbury centre Josh Morris has called for players to be fined rather than suspended for grade-one judiciary offences amid fears an innocuous shoulder charge could cost someone an appearance in a final or grand final.

Judiciary hearings to clarify new NRL shoulder charge rule

Cleared: Jorge Taufua was found not guilty of a shoulder charge for this collision with Raiders fullback Jack Wighton.

Brad Walter   Issac Luke, Jorge Taufua and Aiden Guerra will front the judiciary at a landmark hearing on Wednesday night.

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Police ramp up presence at Rabbitohs-Bulldogs 'Black Friday' rematch

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 03: David Klemmer of the Bulldogs reacts after being sent to the sin bin for dissent during the round five NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the South Sydney Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium on April 3, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images)

Adrian Proszenko   Authorities are planning on an "increased police presence" in Friday night's Canterbury-South Sydney blockbuster to ensure there is no repeat of the ugly scenes which marred the 'Black Friday' clash.

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Bulldogs set to turn to Cook with Reynolds and Lichaa sidelined

Hooking option: Damien Cook.

Michael Carayannis   Bulldogs dealt bitter injury blow but better news for South Sydney and Wests Tigers.

Bulldogs hooker ruled out for season

Ruled out: Canterbury hooker Michael Lichaa won't play again in 2015.

Matt Encarnacion   Sunday's win for Gold Coast came at a high price, with scans revealing a major injury for the first-year Bulldogs player.