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
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)
On Thursday Night Football, the Bulldogs (13-9) were able to defeat the Tigers (9-13) 30-10 with relative ease. This earnt the team back-to-back victories, meaning they’re on the right track after a four game losing streak. However, don’t let the scoreline fool you – it wasn’t all good news. Here are the ups & downs. Continue reading