The Bulldogs (9-8) rebounded from their poor showing in a loss to the Broncos last week, beating the Eels (7-10) 28-4 at ANZ stadium. The Bulldogs were good, but not great. They still have much to improve on if their season will have much meaning beyond the regular season. Here are the ups and downs. (Photo credit: Bulldogs.com.au) Continue reading
Finally, the 2015 NRL season is upon us. The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs take on the Penrith Panthers on Sunday afternoon at Penrith’s Pepper Stadium, opening the season with a 2014 Preliminary Final rematch. The Bulldogs ended the Panthers’ 2014 season in that game, and earned themselves a Grand Final berth in the process, something the Panthers have surely not forgotten.
Here’s what to watch for in the first meaningful Bulldogs action of 2015. (Kickoff: 4pm AEDT – Pepper Stadium, Penrith – TV coverage: Channel 9)
Tonight, the Bulldogs face the Cowboys at ANZ Stadium, where they will look to bounce back from last week’s uncharacteristically sub-par effort against the Tigers. Here’s what to watch for. (Kick-off: 7.30pm AEST, ANZ Stadium, Sydney – TV coverage: Fox Sports). Continue reading
The Bulldogs (8-2) returned from their second trip to New Zealand in five weeks once again victorious, narrowly beating the Warriors (4-6) 16-12 in another game that was still very much in the balance in the closing minutes. Here are the ups and downs: