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SEPTEMBER NEWS
Dogs of War
Despite Captain Ennis unable to take the field in the second half due to a foot injury, Canterbury rallied together to produce one of their best defensive efforts of the year. Spearheaded by James Graham and Josh Jackson, the Bulldogs held out the Panthers to win 18-12.

Heart attack footy returns
After both teams were locked at 17-all in regulation time, Trent Hodkinson slots his second field goal of the night in the 83rd minute to claim victory for the Bulldogs.

Lafai stars with a triple
Father-to-be, Tim Lafai, scores 3 tries to help the Bulldogs defeat the Storm, 28 points to 4. The 'Dogs now play in another elimination final against the Sea Eagles on the 20th Sept at Allianz Stadium.

Dogs make the finals
After finishing in the top 8 the Bulldogs are set to face the Melbourne Storm in a sudden death playoff at AAMI Park.

The return of 'Grub' & 'Tank'
Round 26 marks the return of Josh Reynolds from suspension and Frank Pritchard (injury Rd 6). Dale Finucane will miss the match after accepting a one match ban for a dangerous throw in round 25.

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