Step back into the annals of Rugby League history and experience some of the greatest ever
games from the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. Not until the 1980s did “The Entertainers”
from Belmore truly stamp their authority on the competition, winning four premierships in a
decade and laying the foundation for future success. Sit back and enjoy five classic Bulldogs
games from the last 30 years, each presented in their entire original broadcast format
– a must-have for the true Doggies fan.
1983, MINOR SEMI FINAL | BULLDOGS 26–24 DRAGONS
In a hotly contested semi final the Bulldogs attempt to keep their final hopes alive, after jumping out to an
18 – 12 half time lead the Bulldogs weathered a late Dragons charge to secure their place in the next round.
1985, PRELIMINARY FINAL | BULLDOGS 26–0 EELS
After a tight first half, “The Entertainers” show no mercy to their Premiership rivals the Parramatta Eels in
the second half, on their way to a second consecutive Grand Final and their third Premiership in six years.
1988, MAJOR PRELIMINARY SEMI FINAL | BULLDOGS 19–18 RAIDERS
The Bulldogs were chasing a dynasty, but the Raiders proved every bit a champion side, taking it to the
Dogs for almost 80 minutes, in the end it was Terry Lamb who demanded the ball, landing a clutch field goal
and setting the Bulldogs on the path to claim their fourth title in nine years.
1988, MAJOR SEMI-FINAL | BULLDOGS 26–8 SHARKS
The Bulldogs again state their Premiership credentials with a 26-8 demolition of Minor Premiers the
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks, and advance to the Grand Final where they hoist their fourth Premiership
trophy of the decade.
1994, MAJOR SEMI FINAL | BULLDOGS 19–18 RAIDERS
In a repeat of the 1988 result it was a Darryl Halligan field goal giving the Bulldogs a one point win over
the Raiders and sending the Doggies into another Grand Final.
1998, PRELIMINARY FINAL | BULLDOGS 32–20 EELS
After scraping into the finals, the Bulldogs become the masters of sudden-death finals footy, winning four
straight elimination games, including this miraculous comeback from 18-2 down against the Eels.
2001, ROUND 17 | BULLDOGS 32–30 NORTHERN EAGLES
Down 0-20 after only 23 minutes the Bulldogs come home with a wet sail running in 32 points to complete
the greatest comeback in club history.
2004, PRELIMINARY FINAL | BULLDOGS 30–14 PANTHERS
After losing to the Cowboys in Week 1 of the finals, the Bulldogs recover and set up a tough encounter
with last year’s Premiers Penrith, with the winner to face Minor Premiers the Roosters in the decider.
2012, PRELIMINARY FINAL | BULLDOGS 32–8 RABBITOHS
Rejuvenated under new coach Des Hasler, the Bulldogs meet a fired-up Rabbitohs in a mouth-watering
Preliminary Final. After a tight early tussle, the Dogs of War are let off the leash as they run out
2014, SEMI FINAL | BULLDOGS 18–17 MANLY
When the Bulldogs faced last year’s Grand Finalists, a thriller was on the cards but who would have
predicted it would take three field goals to break the deadlock, the final coming from Trent Hodkinson
sending the Bulldogs into the Grand Final.
Format: DVD Region 4