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  Rugby League History - RL1908.com - Canterbury Bulldogs
Canterbury though once again proved they now had their measure, winning by 19-6 on the back of great teamwork and the benefit of having the greater number of supporters.
Canterbury were also forced by the ban of multi-threaded jerseys into wearing a one colour (maroon) jersey overlayed with a (blue) V until 1946.
Canterbury had aligned themselves to the News Ltd side and when the issue hit the headlines in April there were calls for the Bulldogs immediate expulsion from the competition (along with the other non-ARL clubs).
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  Canterbury Bulldogs
Based in Belmore a suburb of Sydney, the Bulldogs in 1935 were admitted to the New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL) competition, predecessor of the Australian Rugby League (ARL) and the current NRL competition.
Aside from the founding clubs in 1908, Canterbury were the quickest club to ever win a premiership after admission to the competition, a record which was only recently beaten in 1999 by a new club called the Melbourne Storm.
Canterbury were one of the first clubs to go over to Super League along with the Brisbane Broncos and the Canberra Raiders.
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 Canterbury Bulldogs - NRL News
Canterbury Bulldogs have given want-away bad boy Willie Mason permission to negotiate with other clubs after a crisis meeting on Wednesday.
Canterbury Bulldogs forward Brad Morrin will tonight front the NRL judiciary to recieve his suspension for admitting to biting Parramatta Eels star Timana Tahu during last Friday night's match at Telstra Stadium.
The Canterbury Bulldogs were back to their rampant best at Telstra Stadium on Monday night, registering a comprehensive 38-6 victory over a disappointing Sydney Roosters.
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 Canterbury Bulldogs - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Canterbury Bulldogs (formally known as Canterbury-Bankstown District Rugby League Football Club) is a Rugby League-worshipping religious entity in Sydney, Straiya, named after Geoffrey Chaucer's classic, the Canterbury Tales.
Canterbury's early religious life primarily consisted of painful whippings, mainly at the hands of St George Dorgans, Easts Latte Sippers, and the Howard Government.
Apparently the bulldog was the only dog resisting Pavlov's pathetic psychological bell-experiments, and the club swiftly adopted the name to reflect this spirit of defiance.
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 Canterbury Bulldogs - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Canterbury Bulldogs (formally known as Canterbury-Bankstown District Rugby League Football Club) is a Rugby League-worshipping religious entity in Sydney, Straiya, named after Geoffrey Chaucer's classic, the Canterbury Tales.
Canterbury's early religious life primarily consisted of painful whippings, mainly at the hands of St George Dorgans, Easts Latte Sippers, and the Howard Government.
Apparently the bulldog was the only dog resisting Pavlov's pathetic psychological bell-experiments, and the club swiftly adopted the name to reflect this spirit of defiance.
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 Canterbury-Bankstown Rugby League Football Club - 24/09/1998
In congratulating Canterbury on its performance to date I would have to say that the last eight games have been remarkable achievements, when one remembers that the Bulldogs had to win all eight to make it to the grand final.
It is interesting to note that since the Canterbury football club was first formed there has been only one occasion on which both the first grade side and the reserve grade side played in their respective grand finals at the same time.
Canterbury has never refused a request to provide players for charity functions or for other community events, even if it created difficulties for the club, and that has been greatly appreciated by the community.
www.parliament.nsw.gov.au /prod/parlment/hansart.nsf/V3Key/LA19980924002   (6840 words)

  
 Canterbury Bulldogs Supporters Site   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Stadium Australia was home ground for the Bulldogs in 1999-2000 before they decided on a move to the nearby Showground for next season for many various reasons, the main ones being rental costs and control of the venue over security, flags, catering and sponsors.
Without doing much investigating on the switch of home games for the Eels, they probably feel that the Bulldogs are their biggest drawcard at home and will take the opportunity to use this game to draw a very large crowd, which will benefit the Eels and also the NRL.
But Canterbury next year will be at a home ground that allows big flags, which means the trip to Parramatta won't be as special as it was in 1999-2000.
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 Bulldogs stripped of points - theage.com.au
Canterbury Bulldogs were effectively thrown out of this year's National Rugby League competition yesterday, when the league stripped them of all competition points and fined them $500,000 for "exceptional" and "deliberate" breaches of the salary cap.
Canterbury was stripped of its 37 competition points, but will keep the four points from its two byes.
The Bulldogs admitted to the NRL on Monday that they had breached its $3.25-million salary cap by $600,000 last year and $400,000 this season.
www.theage.com.au /articles/2002/08/23/1030052974663.html   (632 words)

  
 Sports Australia - NRL Match Report: Bulldogs Back With a Vengeance [June 26, 2005]
The Bulldogs lock turned the momentum in his teams favour early in the second half setting up a superb try that put Canterbury in front for the first time in the match and this was followed later in the game with a field goal that sealed the win.
Canterbury got themselves back on level terms five minutes later thanks to their defence with a massive hit on Manly centre Terry Hill jolting the ball free and the Bulldogs speedsters capitalized spreading the ball wide quickly for centre Jamaal Lolesi to scoot over the tryline.
Canterbury’s Origin players combined to put them front early in the second half with Braith Anasta chipping and regathering before placing a perfectly placed grubber for his captain Andrew Ryan to score out wide.
sportsaustralia.com /articles/jun05/artid3303.html   (568 words)

  
 Bulldogs in legal win for 600 poker machine club - smh.com.au
The Canterbury Bulldogs has been given a second chance to secure a licence for its massive new club planned for Liverpool, after the Supreme Court upheld its appeal yesterday and sent the matter back to the Licensing Court.
But whether the new Bulldogs League Club management, led by former state minister Kevin Stewart, will pursue the old guard's ambitions to build The Palms hotel and poker machine complex is uncertain.
Bulldogs' evidence said it needed 600 machines to be viable, but the new legislation limits each club to 450 machines.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2002/12/11/1039379883661.html   (541 words)

  
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In the late 1970's the Berries changed their name to the Bulldogs.
This began a change to a tougher image and heralded a remarkable new era for the club, which has since gone on to claim six premierships.
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 Canterbury Bulldogs
However last time these two sides met, it was a similar situation, where Canterbury should have had an easy win, but were put to the test by a suprise Wests side and escaped with a 26 - 12 win at home.
Canterbury have now won 3 out of their last 6 games, while Wests have won none.
The Bulldogs are currently 7th on the table with 26 points.
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 TheScrum.co.uk :: View topic - Bulldogs fans on short lead
BULLDOGS rugby league fans have been forced to sign a code of conduct agreement for all home and away games to curb behaviour problems.
All Bulldogs season ticket holders and semi-regular attendees have been urged to sign the conduct code, put in place with the support of the majority of the club's fans.
It is hoped the initiative will lead to more opposition fans at Bulldogs home games, after the club revealed yesterday the number of away team supporters attending the matches had dropped by about 3000 per game.
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 Bulldogs Debate Page
The Bulldogs have been a club that has been in the headlines a lot during the last five years - mostly for the wrong reasons.
Bulldogs officials had sounded out the 28-year-old about starting negotiations, but further talks were put on hold after Mason's feud with Noad and coach Steve Folkes erupted publicly.
Rookie Roosters prop Danny Williams is expected to be released today to join the Bulldogs on a two-year deal as part of the complex negotiating that enabled the Bondi club to fit Mason under the salary cap.
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 Sports Australia - Rugby League Match Report: Bulldogs Hold Off the Sharks [May 21, 2006]
The Canterbury Bulldogs have held off a late charge from the Cronulla Sharks to win their round 11 NRL clash 32-24 this afternoon at Telstra Stadium.
Having won their last four games on the trot the Sharks came out all guns blazing in the opening 10 minutes and were extremely unlucky not to register first points when a grubber kick from half back Brett Kimmorley somehow evaded his winger Darren Albert when the try line was at his mercy.
With the Sharks struggling to capitalise on their opportunities Canterbury had no such problems early in the second half with El Masri scoring off a well judged Brett Sherwin kick and then soon after Utai was in for his second of the afternoon to give the home side a commanding 24-6 lead.
sportsaustralia.com /articles/may06/artid5673.html   (729 words)

  
 2000 Rugby League Draw
Canterbury Bulldogs v Penrith Panthers at Stadium Australia.
Canterbury Bulldogs v Parramatta Eels at Stadium Australia.
Canterbury Bulldogs v Nth Qld Cowboys at Stadium Australia.
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 Bulldogs grabbed $900,000 - smh.com.au
The Bulldogs and the council are developing it jointly, and the Bulldogs separately plan to develop a massive club with 1000 poker machines on the site.
While it was envisaged that the council and the Bulldogs could seek reimbursement for their early work on the project, there is disagreement over whether the Bulldogs can take the money out now.
The latest revelations come as the board of the Canterbury Bulldogs met again yesterday for crisis talks and the NRL continued its audit of the salary cap.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2002/08/22/1029114164357.html   (759 words)

  
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 CNN/SI - Rugby League - Brisbane to play Canterbury in NRL final - Sunday September 20, 1998 11:30 AM
Posted: Sunday September 20, 1998 11:30 AM SYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) -- The Canterbury Bulldogs took a dramatic extra-time win over Parramatta in their qualifying final on Sunday to earn a meeting with the Brisbane Broncos in next weekend's Australian National Rugby League grand final.
Canterbury came from 18-2 down with 11 minutes left to take the match into extra time before they beat the Parramatta Eels 32-20 at the Sydney Football Stadium.
Canterbury's Steve Price said the Bulldogs never thought they were out of the match.
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 AM - No charges laid against Canterbury Bulldogs players
Bulldogs management meanwhile has described the decision not to lay charges as a vindication, and are urging people to accept that nothing happened in Coffs Harbour on the weekend in question.
ALISON CALDWELL: Described by sources close to her as tiny and fragile, the young woman at the centre of the allegations is said to be inconsolable at the news that charges won't be laid against any Canterbury Bulldogs players or officials.
For the Bulldogs club itself, which has lost over $1.3 million in sponsorship, two managers and a great deal of public support over the past two months, the decision was a tremendous relief.
www.abc.net.au /am/content/2004/s1096263.htm   (731 words)

  
 sport.iafrica.com | today's news Leeds win World Club Challenge
The Rhinos were dominant in the first half and ran in five tries on front of a record 37�� crowd at Elland Road to lead 38-12 after 54 minutes, before the Bulldogs scored four tries in a 15-minute spell to set up a tense finish.
The Bulldogs, who had less than a week to acclimatise for Friday night's game, looked a pale shadow of the side that beat Sydney Roosters in October to lift the NRL title.
New Zealand Test second rower Sonny Bill Williams, the Bulldogs' most impressive player, was inches short of touching down before El Masri crossed the line on 19 minutes to half the deficit.
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 Bulldogs again bite Storm - League - www.theage.com.au
The promise was greater, the margin was smaller but the outcome was much the same for the Melbourne Storm yesterday when it was smashed out of the National Rugby League finals by a rampant Bulldogs for the second year in a row.
In what was billed as a battle between gun half-backs Matt Orford for Melbourne and Brent Sherwin for the Bulldogs, it was the Dog who had his day, laying on two of his side's three early tries.
"We've got a little saying when we play Canterbury about Sherwin: you've just got to expect anything off him on the fifth tackle, and we just stood back waiting for him to kick it or pass it or run it, and all of a sudden we were 16 points down," he said.
www.theage.com.au /articles/2004/09/19/1095532176498.html?from=storylhs   (735 words)

  
 PM - Canterbury Bulldogs under pressure over sexual assault allegations
Canterbury Bulldogs under pressure over sexual assault allegations
MARK COLVIN: The Canterbury Bulldogs Rugby League team remains under public and media pressure today after revelations that police have interviewed six of its first-grade players over allegations of sexual assault.
DAVID HARDAKER: If it's true that six first-grade players from the Canterbury Bulldogs have sexually assaulted a young woman, then it will be one of the worst scandals to hit professional sport ever, in Australia.
www.abc.net.au /pm/content/2004/s1052407.htm   (794 words)

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