In a contest preceded by an irrepressible sense of nostalgia, community and passion, the Bulldogs (8-7) triumphed over the star-less Storm (8-7) in what was an emphatic return to their spiritual home ground, Belmore Oval. Here are the ups and downs. (Photo: bulldogs.com.au) Continue reading
The Brisbane Broncos (10-10) have handed the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (11-9) their fourth consecutive defeat with a 41-10 Broncos victory. The Bulldogs have plenty of cause for concern and it can safely be said that they are in quite the slump. Here are the ups and downs. Continue reading
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’ recent run of sterling effort has come to an end, being completely out-enthused by a young Tigers team, who posted a 46-18 scoreline. Here are the ups and downs: Continue reading
The Roosters have stopped the Bulldogs’ winning streak at seven games, handing the team their first loss in 8 weeks. Despite both teams missing their Origin stars, the game lacked no intensity in what was another physical chapter of the traditional rivalry. Here are the ups and downs:
The Bulldogs (6-2) made it 5 wins in a row against the Knights (2-6) on Saturday night, prevailing victorious from what was admittedly a scrappy affair. It may not have been another 1 point nail-biter, but this one too went down to the wire. Here are the ups & downs:
For the third week in a row, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs won a game by the smallest possible margin – 1 point. Trent Hodkinson yet again proved he is currently the most clutch player in the NRL by nailing the game-winning Field Goal for the second consecutive week. Here are the ups and downs of the historic victory.