Michael Carayannis Krisnan Inu's reputation has taken a battering, according to teammate Greg Eastwood, after the Bulldogs centre was suspended for two matches for his leg-pull tackle on James McManus.
Joe Barton Canterbury centre Krisnan Inu will miss two NRL games after pleading guilty to his leg twist on Newcastle winger James McManus.
Brett Keeble Knights chief executive Matt Gidley believes Canterbury centre Krisnan Inu deserves to miss two games for his ''unnecessary'' leg-pull tackle on James McManus in Newcastle's 44-8 victory over the Bulldogs at Hunter Stadium on Sunday.
BRAD WALTER Bulldogs centre Krisnan Inu faces another stint on the sidelines, while Titans forward Dave Taylor must have a suspension overturned to have any chance of playing for Queensland in Origin I after the pair were charged by the match review committee.
ROBERT DILLON Newcastle ended a two-game losing streak and reclaimed fourth rung on the NRL ladder with a 44-8 thrashing of Canterbury at Hunter Stadium on Sunday.
MICHAEL CHAMMAS Trent Hodkinson is relishing another crack at the Bulldogs' No.7 jersey.
Hunter Stadium, Newcastle, Sunday 3pm (AEST)
MICHAEL CHAMMAS Ben Barba has six weeks to prove he no longer needs counselling to get his life back on track.
Ben Stanley The curse of Wellington – and a typical final-quarter collapse – has hit the Warriors yet again, with the Bulldogs sneaking past the nominal home side 24-16 at Westpac Stadium on Saturday night.
Westpac Stadium, Wellington, Saturday 5.30pm (AEST)
Michael Carayannis The return of Canterbury big men James Graham and Sam Kasiano is the catalyst for Tony Williams to rediscover his destructive form, with Williams declaring the duo will take pressure off him as he looks to keep his State of Origin dream alive.
GLENN JACKSON Five matches into his comeback, Canterbury fullback Ben Barba isn't happy. Yet while weeks ago that would have sent shivers through Bulldogs supporters, his words on Friday night should rather encourage them.
GLENN JACKSON Three significant returns have occurred for the Bulldogs. Props James Graham and Sam Kasiano made comebacks, and they were important enough for the previously stuttering Bulldogs. But the return of five-eighth Josh Reynolds to the NSW puzzle was even more eye-catching.
MICHAEL CHAMMAS After an inglorious end to his first season in the NRL, the Merseyside muscleman is back.
ANZ Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, Friday 7.35pm (AEST)
Prop Aiden Tolman has committed to Canterbury in a new NRL deal which will keep him at the Bulldogs for another four seasons.
MICHAEL CHAMMAS In his final days before losing his battle with cancer, Greg Eastwood's father Dale told his son to stay with Canterbury and put his family first.
GLENN JACKSON Des Hasler spoke of the small steps taken and the momentum the Bulldogs will build with a victory over Cronulla, just their second this season.
James Macsmith Canterbury skipper Michael Ennis has the mentality that every game is a must-win, while coach Des Hasler concedes there's only so many tomorrows for the struggling club to revive its campaign.
Michael Carayannis Canterbury skipper Michael Ennis has called on his team to minimise its momentary lapses in matches if it is to get its season back on track.
GLENN JACKSON The same recruitment firm that recommended Todd Greenberg to Canterbury will help the club replace the chief executive.
Bluetongue Stadium, Gosford, Sunday 3pm (AEST)
Michael Carayannis Canterbury have long planned for Todd Greenberg's departure, aware he had ambitions beyond leading the club.