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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from Sydney Olympic Park, a suburb of the greater Sydney region. They compete in the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. The club was admitted to the New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership, predecessor of the current NRL competition, in 1935.

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Wests Tigers captain Aaron Woods booed by fans over Canterbury Bulldogs deal - Wide World of Sports

Wests Tigers fans have booed captain Aaron Woods over his impending move to Canterbury during a warm-up before the team’s match against the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium on Sunday.

Woods was photographed with Bulldogs players including David Klemmer, Josh Jackson and Josh Reynolds in the lead-up to the game amid speculation he has signed to play at Belmore next season.

That speculation has only intensified after the Tigers withdrew offers for both Woods and fullback James Tedesco on Friday after both players failed to respond to a deadline over them.

"The Tigers team warming up earlier, the ground announcer went through the starting line-ups and I've never heard a boo for a home team as I did that the Tigers fan offered towards Aaron Woods," Channel Nine commentator Mathew Thompson said.

"It was really quite remarkable. It was noticeable and it was loud.

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Brad Fittler says Bulldogs decision to withdraw players from City-Country could impact NSW chances - Fox Sports

BRAD Fittler has warned Canterbury’s decision to exclude their stars from the final City-Country fixture could hinder their chances come NSW Origin selection time.

Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle has advised the NRL that with a four-day turnaround between Sunday week’s rep clash in Mudgee and the club’s home game against the Cowboys the following Thursday, none of Des Hasler’s players will be made available for City-Country selection.

The club says the decision has been made in the interests of the players’ welfare, which City coach Fittler, Country counterpart Craig Fitzgibbon and head office are all sympathetic to.

NRL officials remain hopeful that any player who genuinely wants to play in the 89th and final City-Country Origin will be able to, and privately it has been pointed out that clubs often have their stars back-up within 48 hours of an Origin clash.

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NRL can't stop Canterbury Bulldogs' withdrawal from City-Country: ARLC chairman John Grant - The Sydney Morning Herald

ARLC chairman John Grant is disappointed in Canterbury's decision to block players from the annual NSW City-Country clash, but admits the NRL is powerless to stop them.

The governing body is drawing serious heat after the Bulldogs announced they have made their players unavailable for the representative round fixture due to a short turnaround.

"There's no rules that we've got that we can bring to bear to actually force players to play. And we're not about to do ... "There's no rules that we've got that we can bring to bear to actually force players to play. And we're not about to do that": John Grant. Photo: Daniel Munoz

The club face North Queensland just four days after the Sunday match in Mudgee.

"It's disappointing, not overly for the fans, but also for the players. This fixture started in 1911, so it's got 106 years of history to it," Grant said on Wednesday.

"It's the last game for very good reasons which I'm happy to elaborate on.

"But it's disappointing for everyone that the best players aren't...


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Read more: NRL can't stop Canterbury Bulldogs' withdrawal from City-Country: ARLC chairman John Grant - The...

Country Rugby League boss Terry Quinn labels Canterbury Bulldogs representative no-show a 'disgrace' - The Sydney Morning Herald

Country Rugby League boss Terry Quinn has labelled Canterbury's decision to pull their players out of the last City-Country match a "disgrace" and fears the chances of genuine State of Origin contenders could be cruelled if other clubs follow suit.

Bulldogs players have been banned from the final City-Country fixture in Mudgee on May 7 after club officials cited welfare concerns because of a four-day turnaround.

Origin dress rehearsal: Tyson Frizell of Country is tackled by Chris Lawrence and Aidan Sezer of City during last year's ... Origin dress rehearsal: Tyson Frizell of Country is tackled by Chris Lawrence and Aidan Sezer of City during last year's City-Country clash at Scully Park, Tamworth. Photo: Getty Images

NSW coach Laurie Daley had told match organisers they were free to pick the best players available in the hope it would serve as a genuine Origin audition for a raft of probables and possibles.

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NRL: Canberra Raiders lock Joe Tapine using golden penalty as ... - The Canberra Times

If taking on Canterbury's big forward pack for a spot in the Anzac Test wasn't enough motivation, Canberra Raiders lock Joe Tapine has an extra shot of it - he feels he owes his teammates.

Tapine was controversially penalised for the two-on-one strip that led to Manly centre Dylan Walker's golden goal victory over the Raiders last Friday.

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Canterbury Bulldogs pulling stars from City-Country shows rep footy out of date - The Sydney Morning Herald

It's fitting that City-Country is dying at the same time as the quaint notion about the primacy of representative football.

And we can thank the Bulldogs for making it crystal clear the passing of both will be simultaneous.

Going the way of the dinosaurs: City-Country will get one last hurrah in 2017. Going the way of the dinosaurs: City-Country will get one last hurrah in 2017.  Photo: Getty Images

In one corner we have a commercially-driven pro sports league with clubs who think they pay the players' wages, when in fact they are just the second middle-man between the athletes and their real employers, TV networks.

In the other is the Victorian era concept of "representation", "caps" and "tours"; ideas from a world where players were merely paid "broken time" for missing work and when the only income the game had was gate takings.

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I never wanted to leave: Josh Reynolds' agony over leaving Canterbury Bulldogs - The Sydney Morning Herald

Josh Reynolds has stood inside the Bulldogs' Belmore headquarters and watched teammates announce they were leaving the club many times throughout his years at Canterbury.

"I just never pictured it would one day be me," he said.

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Canterbury Bulldogs vs Canberra Raiders NRL Preview and Team News - Rippa.com

Canterbury Bulldogs entertain Canberra Raiders in the second game on Super Saturday with both sides hoping to bounce back from surprise last-start defeats.

Canterbury and Canberra have yet to really get going so far this season, with both teams on eight competition points with a 4-4 record and coming into this clash on the back of disappointing performances last week.

However the Raiders seem to be in a better position and certainly have more potential to fire as far as I’m concerned. Canberra, when they click and get it right, are arguably the most dangerous side in attack in the competition, while the Bulldogs are near the bottom when it comes to creativity and inspiration going forward.

Canberra have demonstrated what can happen when everything fires for them - just look at their massive wins over the Titans and Tigers, while they were solid in tough away defeats to the Cowboys...


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Des Hasler doesn't want his Canterbury Bulldogs players risked in City v Country - ABC Online

Des Hasler looks despairing at press conference

Canterbury Bulldogs coach Des Hasler says he would happily risk players in the State of Origin, but not in next week's final City v Country game in Mudgee because Origin is a "different spectacle".

Hasler doesn't want his players selected for the annual City v Country representative match because of the short four-day turnaround before their Thursday night NRL clash with the Cowboys.

That would rule out the likes of Josh Jackson — who grew up playing football in Gulgong, close to Mudgee — from playing in the game.

"There's been a bit of conjecture about it. It's probably a storm in a tea cup," Hasler said.

"I spoke to the NSWRL. They said 'we understand, but our hands are tied to do with scheduling, so we fully respect and understand standing players...


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Bulldogs haven't signed contracts yet: Canterbury coach Des Hasler - TVNZ

Canterbury coach Des Hasler insists his side is yet to sign either Aaron Woods or Kieran Foran for the 2018 NRL season.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 11: Coach Des Hasler Canterbury Bulldogs NRL training session at Belmore Sports Ground on March 11, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Renee McKay/Getty Images)

Coach Des Hasler Canterbury Bulldogs NRL training session at Belmore Sports Ground.

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The off-contract duo have been linked to the Bulldogs in the past week, as part of the player merry-go-round consuming the NRL.

But Hasler said any deals concerning the pair at his club were yet to be finalised and that he was far from certain he would secure both stars with negotiations still ongoing.

"No contracts have been signed, so there is no agreement with those players," Hasler said.

"I'm sorry to say they haven't signed here and there are no contracts here.

"There have been some discussion with their managements. So far they have been fairly positive but that's all that's been."

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Wests Tigers captain Aaron Woods booed by fans over Canterbury Bulldogs deal - Wide World of Sports

Wests Tigers fans have booed captain Aaron Woods over his impending move to Canterbury during a warm-up before the team’s match against the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium on Sunday.

Woods was photographed with Bulldogs players including David Klemmer, Josh Jackson and Josh Reynolds in the lead-up to the game amid speculation he has signed to play at Belmore next season.

That speculation has only intensified after the Tigers withdrew offers for both Woods and fullback James Tedesco on Friday after both players failed to respond to a deadline over them.

"The Tigers team warming up earlier, the ground announcer went through the starting line-ups and I've never heard a boo for a home team as I did that the Tigers fan offered towards Aaron Woods," Channel Nine commentator Mathew Thompson said.

"It was really quite remarkable. It was noticeable and it was loud.

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Brad Fittler says Bulldogs decision to withdraw players from City-Country could impact NSW chances - Fox Sports

BRAD Fittler has warned Canterbury’s decision to exclude their stars from the final City-Country fixture could hinder their chances come NSW Origin selection time.

Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle has advised the NRL that with a four-day turnaround between Sunday week’s rep clash in Mudgee and the club’s home game against the Cowboys the following Thursday, none of Des Hasler’s players will be made available for City-Country selection.

The club says the decision has been made in the interests of the players’ welfare, which City coach Fittler, Country counterpart Craig Fitzgibbon and head office are all sympathetic to.

NRL officials remain hopeful that any player who genuinely wants to play in the 89th and final City-Country Origin will be able to, and privately it has been pointed out that clubs often have their stars back-up within 48 hours of an Origin clash.

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NRL can't stop Canterbury Bulldogs' withdrawal from City-Country: ARLC chairman John Grant - The Sydney Morning Herald

ARLC chairman John Grant is disappointed in Canterbury's decision to block players from the annual NSW City-Country clash, but admits the NRL is powerless to stop them.

The governing body is drawing serious heat after the Bulldogs announced they have made their players unavailable for the representative round fixture due to a short turnaround.

"There's no rules that we've got that we can bring to bear to actually force players to play. And we're not about to do ... "There's no rules that we've got that we can bring to bear to actually force players to play. And we're not about to do that": John Grant. Photo: Daniel Munoz

The club face North Queensland just four days after the Sunday match in Mudgee.

"It's disappointing, not overly for the fans, but also for the players. This fixture started in 1911, so it's got 106 years of history to it," Grant said on Wednesday.

"It's the last game for very good reasons which I'm happy to elaborate on.

"But it's disappointing for everyone that the best players aren't...


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Country Rugby League boss Terry Quinn labels Canterbury ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Country Rugby League boss Terry Quinn has labelled Canterbury's decision to pull their players out of the last City-Country match a "disgrace" and fears the chances of genuine State of Origin contenders could be cruelled if other clubs follow suit.

Bulldogs players have been banned from the final City-Country fixture in Mudgee on May 7 after club officials cited welfare concerns because of a four-day turnaround.

Origin dress rehearsal: Tyson Frizell of Country is tackled by Chris Lawrence and Aidan Sezer of City during last year's ... Origin dress rehearsal: Tyson Frizell of Country is tackled by Chris Lawrence and Aidan Sezer of City during last year's City-Country clash at Scully Park, Tamworth. Photo: Getty Images

NSW coach Laurie Daley had told match organisers they were free to pick the best players available in the hope it would serve as a genuine Origin audition for a raft of probables and possibles.

Josh Morris, Brett Morris, Josh Jackson, Aiden Tolman, Matt Frawley, Adam Elliott and Kerrod...


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NRL: Canberra Raiders lock Joe Tapine using golden penalty as ... - The Canberra Times

If taking on Canterbury's big forward pack for a spot in the Anzac Test wasn't enough motivation, Canberra Raiders lock Joe Tapine has an extra shot of it - he feels he owes his teammates.

Tapine was controversially penalised for the two-on-one strip that led to Manly centre Dylan Walker's golden goal victory over the Raiders last Friday.

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Canterbury Bulldogs pulling stars from City-Country shows rep footy out of date - The Sydney Morning Herald

It's fitting that City-Country is dying at the same time as the quaint notion about the primacy of representative football.

And we can thank the Bulldogs for making it crystal clear the passing of both will be simultaneous.

Going the way of the dinosaurs: City-Country will get one last hurrah in 2017. Going the way of the dinosaurs: City-Country will get one last hurrah in 2017.  Photo: Getty Images

In one corner we have a commercially-driven pro sports league with clubs who think they pay the players' wages, when in fact they are just the second middle-man between the athletes and their real employers, TV networks.

In the other is the Victorian era concept of "representation", "caps" and "tours"; ideas from a world where players were merely paid "broken time" for missing work and when the only income the game had was gate takings.

Canterbury's decision to refuse to release players for City-Country brings down the curtain on a fixture that's been in need of...


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I never wanted to leave: Josh Reynolds' agony over leaving Canterbury Bulldogs - The Sydney Morning Herald

Josh Reynolds has stood inside the Bulldogs' Belmore headquarters and watched teammates announce they were leaving the club many times throughout his years at Canterbury.

"I just never pictured it would one day be me," he said.

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Wests Tigers captain Aaron Woods booed by fans over Canterbury Bulldogs deal - Wide World of Sports

Wests Tigers fans have booed captain Aaron Woods over his impending move to Canterbury during a warm-up before the team’s match against the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium on Sunday.

Woods was photographed with Bulldogs players including David Klemmer, Josh Jackson and Josh Reynolds in the lead-up to the game amid speculation he has signed to play at Belmore next season.

That speculation has only intensified after the Tigers withdrew offers for both Woods and fullback James Tedesco on Friday after both players failed to respond to a deadline over them.

"The Tigers team warming up earlier, the ground announcer went through the starting line-ups and I've never heard a boo for a home team as I did that the Tigers fan offered towards Aaron Woods," Channel Nine commentator Mathew Thompson said.

"It was really quite remarkable. It was noticeable and it was loud.

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Bulldogs haven't signed contracts yet: Canterbury coach Des Hasler - TVNZ

Canterbury coach Des Hasler insists his side is yet to sign either Aaron Woods or Kieran Foran for the 2018 NRL season.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 11: Coach Des Hasler Canterbury Bulldogs NRL training session at Belmore Sports Ground on March 11, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Renee McKay/Getty Images)

Coach Des Hasler Canterbury Bulldogs NRL training session at Belmore Sports Ground.

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The off-contract duo have been linked to the Bulldogs in the past week, as part of the player merry-go-round consuming the NRL.

But Hasler said any deals concerning the pair at his club were yet to be finalised and that he was far from certain he would secure both stars with negotiations still ongoing.

"No contracts have been signed, so there is no agreement with those players," Hasler said.

"I'm sorry to say they haven't signed here and there are no contracts here.

"There have been some discussion with their managements. So far they have been fairly positive but that's all that's been."

Woods had his contract offer pulled by Wests Tigers on Friday after...


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NRL can't stop Canterbury Bulldogs' withdrawal from City-Country: ARLC chairman John Grant - The Sydney Morning Herald

ARLC chairman John Grant is disappointed in Canterbury's decision to block players from the annual NSW City-Country clash, but admits the NRL is powerless to stop them.

The governing body is drawing serious heat after the Bulldogs announced they have made their players unavailable for the representative round fixture due to a short turnaround.

"There's no rules that we've got that we can bring to bear to actually force players to play. And we're not about to do ... "There's no rules that we've got that we can bring to bear to actually force players to play. And we're not about to do that": John Grant. Photo: Daniel Munoz

The club face North Queensland just four days after the Sunday match in Mudgee.

"It's disappointing, not overly for the fans, but also for the players. This fixture started in 1911, so it's got 106 years of history to it," Grant said on Wednesday.

"It's the last game for very good reasons which I'm happy to elaborate on.

"But it's disappointing for everyone that the best players aren't...


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Round 8
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14 - 38 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 April 2015, 7:45pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 18,521
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 28 - 32 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,102
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 - 26 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,518
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 12 - 14 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 25 April 2015, 4:00pm Allianz Stadium (Nine Network) 35,110
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 10 - 12 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 25 April 2015, 6:00pm AAMI Park (Fox Sports) 13,948
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 28 - 16 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 25 April 2015, 8:00pm Suncorp Stadium (Fox Sports) 34,398
Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 26 - 18 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 26 April 2015, 2:00pm Pepper Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,798
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 - 30 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 26 April 2015, 4:00pm Barlow Park (Nine Network) 8,713

 

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1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
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