Tag: Canterbury Bulldogs

Dean Pay’s Bulldogs should look at the Canberra Raiders of early 2000’s for inspiration

BY A.J NASH and SCOTT DILLON Some could not help but laugh when Canterbury coach Dean Pay recently said the Bulldogs were a chance of playing finals footy in 2019. It makes it slightly harder to believe him after Thursday night’s 14-8 loss to fellow battlers Parramatta at ANZ Stadium. But history says it is […]

Read More

Blake Austin headed to England while report suggests Cronulla has scored another Dogs discard

Canberra Raiders ace Blake Austin is headed to England after agreeing to join Warrington on a three year deal. The 27-year-old is set to replace the outgoing Tyrone Roberts. “I’ve watched Blake closely for a number of years over in the NRL and he’s a guy who, when you come to review the opposition, your […]

Read More

Joey Leilua gets ripped to shreds by fans for abuse of Bulldogs player after match-winning try

Leilua absolutely giving it to Morris #NRLBulldogsRaiders pic.twitter.com/1N01nws2nu— Rated R (@TheNRLRoast) July 7, 2018 Scoring the match-winning try shouldn’t spare Joey Leilua from being dropped. He was ordinary for most of the match & a major reason Canberra trailed late in the game. Plus, his theatrics after touching down were downright disdainful #NRLBulldogsRaiders— paul suttor […]

Read More

Aaron Woods and Bulldogs ready for clash with Andrew ‘Chicken Legs’ Fifita

Canterbury bookend Aaron Woods has taken a tongue-in-cheek shot at former representative teammate Andrew Fififa ahead of the Bulldogs showdown with Cronulla at Shark Park. Speaking on the Big Sports Breakfast, Woods made special mention of Fifita’s ‘skinny legs’ before praising the Tongan World Cup hero’s impressive 80 minute display last weekend. “You look at […]

Read More

Canterbury in major salary cap strife for season 2019

The Canterbury Bulldogs are in major salary cap trouble according to Channel 7 who reported on Thursday night that the club has a whopping 12 players off contract next season and only $800,000 to spend. Star twins Brett and Josh Morris are set to exit Belmore with the club unable to get near their previous […]

Read More

Coach Stuart calls Raiders win one of their toughest in club’s history

Last week he called his team soft but coach Ricky Stuart labelled the Thursday night win over Canterbury one of the toughest in Canberra’s history after running out 26-10 winners. The Raiders lost Ata Hingango and Michael Oldfield in the first half to concussion before halfback Sam Williams was taken from the field with a […]

Read More

Jeremy Marshall-King’s untold story as a 16-year-old park footballer

BY CURTIS WOODWARD @woodward_curtis Everyone wants to do the Marshall brothers story. It makes sense. Benji has resurrected his career at Wests Tigers while the unlikely Jeremy starts again tonight for Canterbury. Both are playing number 6 but they couldn’t be any more different. You know the story already. Benji can beat you with a […]

Read More