Canterbury Bulldogs vs St. George Illawarra Dragons: Live Stream TV Updates and How to Watch NRL 2020 (22-2)
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 29: A general view is seen during the National Youth Cup match before the the round 16 NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Melbourne Storm at Belmore Sports Ground on June 29, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

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08:504 months ago

That’s a wrap!

And that wraps up round four of the NRL!

It was another bitterly disappointing night for the Dragons who pick up their fourth consecutive loss to start this 2020 campaign.

We’ll be back with more coverage in Round Five but until then, thanks for following todays game with me, I’ve been Tom Young, goodnight.

08:494 months ago

What’s next for both sides?

The Canterbury Bulldogs welcome the Sydney Roosters to town in Round Five whilst the Dragons will be back on home turf as they host the Cronulla Sharks.


08:474 months ago

Full-time: Canterbury Bulldogs 22-2 St. George Illawarra Dragons

The hooter sounds for full-time and it’s the Canterbury Bulldogs who pick up this clash between the competitions bottom two sides with a comprehensive 22-2 victory.

Nick Meaney added a personal tally of 14 for his side as they get their season up and running but you do have to worry for McGregor and the Dragons who once again looked hopeless in attack.

08:434 months ago

74’

The Dragons have really struggled on their ventures into the Bulldogs 20 tonight.

They look set to go a second consecutive game without scoring a try. Ominous times for McGregor...

08:404 months ago

72’ | Successful Conversion

Meaney has been perfect with the boot tonight and that continues as he adds the extra two.

Bulldogs 22-2 Dragons.

08:394 months ago

72’ | TRY Bulldogs!

And that’ll be that!

The Bunker awards the try as the Bulldogs lead stretches to 18.

08:384 months ago

71’ | TMO Bulldogs

This is tough on the Dragons.

From the resulting set the Bulldogs get to the Dragons end and Reimis Smith gets on the end of the high ball to touch down.

The TMO will check grounding.

08:364 months ago

70’ | No Try Dragons!

The Bunker agrees with the referees on-field call of no try as the ball is turned over.

It was some effort from Pereira though, a little bit of hope for the Dragons maybe?

08:354 months ago

69’ | TMO Dragons!

This could be an incredible try for the Dragons.

They break 50 metres before Pereira acrobatically finishes in the corner.

He looks to be in touch though. The referees got no try. The Bunker will look at it.

08:324 months ago

68’

The Bulldogs will have a set of six on the Dragons line as they look to put this one to bed.
08:284 months ago

65’

Little to report in the last five minutes as the sides are locking in an arm wrestle in the middle of the park.
08:234 months ago

59’

And they don’t get it! They put the ball to ground on the first. McGregor looks a worried man up in the stands.

08:224 months ago

59’

The Dragons get a set restart within 20 metres of the Dogs line.

They need something here.

08:204 months ago

55’

Theres 25 minutes to go here in Canterbury. Will it be the last 25 of Paul McGregors reign as St George’s head coach?
08:164 months ago

52’ | Successful Conversion

It’s his first tricky conversion of the night but Meany absolutely nails it to take his tally for the night to 12 to help his side to a 14 point lead.
08:154 months ago

52’ | TRY Bulldogs

The TMO takes no time in awarding the try.

Meany will look to convert his own score from the left touchline.

08:144 months ago

51’ | TMO Bulldogs

The Bulldogs look to have added to their lead as the ball is worked along to Nick Meany in the corner who touches down unopposed.

The TMO will check for obstruction but once again it looks like a straightforward call.

08:094 months ago

47’

The Dragons have looked strong early in this second half just as they did in the first.

Can they find the score to get themselves back into this one?

08:034 months ago

Kick-off

We’re back underway in the second half.

A huge 40 for the Dragons and their head coach Paul McGregor. Can his side turn this one around?

07:514 months ago

Half-time | Canterbury Bulldogs 10-2 St. George Illawarra Dragons

It’s the Bulldogs who take the lead into the sheds in this clash between the competitions bottom two sides.

The Dragons took the lead in the fourth minute through the boot of Zac Lomax and they looked the better side through the opening quarter of an hour.

However it was the hosts who got the first try of the game when Adam Elliott crashed over after 20 minutes and they’ve dominated since, adding four more points via the boot of Nick Meany as open up an eight-point lead at the break.

All to play for in the second half.

07:444 months ago

36’

Quick stoppage here as Sauaso Sue goes off for a HIA after taking a big hit in the tackle.
07:404 months ago

33’ | Penalty goal successful

Meany converts with ease to take his tally for the night to 3/3.
07:394 months ago

32’ | Penalty goal attempt

The penalties continue to come thick and fast for the Bulldogs who take another attempt at goal from right in front.
07:374 months ago

30’

It has been all Canterbury since they got on the board and they’ll have another chance to add to their tally after the Dragons put the ball to ground on their own 10.
07:344 months ago

27’ | Penalty goal

Nick Meany makes no mistake and extends the hosts lead to six.
07:334 months ago

26’ | Penalty goal attempt

The hosts are then awarded a penalty for not clearing the ruck and they opt for the two points.

It’s a straightforward attempt for Meany.

07:334 months ago

26’

The Dogs will have good look at extending their lead here as Pereira puts it to ground on the Dragons 30.
07:314 months ago

25’

The Bulldogs have got their tales up here as they begin this latest set on their 30m line.


07:284 months ago

21’

The Dragons will feel aggrieved to be behind here having had the better of the opening quarter.

They’ll look to respond quickly.

07:274 months ago

21’ | Successful Conversion

Nick Meany knocks over the gimme to give Canterbury a four point lead.
07:274 months ago

20’ | TRY Bulldogs!

Adam Elliott gets the Bulldogs opening try of the game, his first in over a year.

Kick to come.

07:264 months ago

20’ | TMO Bulldogs

And they look to have got their first points of the game!

Adam Elliott finds a strong line and forces his way over from close range.

There’s a quick check with the TMO but this will be given.

07:254 months ago

19’

Nothing going for the Dragons as the Bulldogs launch an attack. 

They go the length of the field below forcing a repeat set via a goal line drop out.

This is better from the Dogs.

07:234 months ago

17’

Reimis Smith is a lucky boy as he leaves a knee in in the challenge. He’s put on report by the referee but that should’ve been 10 in the bin.

The Dragons will get a look at the Bulldogs line here.

07:224 months ago

16’

The Bulldogs get a repeat set on the Dragons line after the ball is taken into touch by the visitors.

But the execution is way off once again as Kieran Foran puts it to ground. That’s their fourth error of the night already.

07:194 months ago

14’

The Bulldogs get their first set restart of the night for offside.

They’ll begin this set on their 40.

07:164 months ago

11’

The Bulldogs are struggling to complete their sets so far tonight. 

1/4 in set completions for the hosts as they put another ball to ground on the Dragons 30.

07:134 months ago

7’

It’s been a bright start for the Dragons here who certainly look the stronger of the two struggling outfits through the opening eight minutes.
07:104 months ago

4’ | Penalty goal

There’s no mistake from Lomax. 

The Dragons are on the board.

07:084 months ago

3’ | Penalty goal attempt

The Dragons get the first set reset of the night and it’s quickly followed up by a penalty.

They’ll opt for the two from right in front.

07:054 months ago

We’re underway!

The Bulldogs kick off and we’re underway!
07:044 months ago

How to watch

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07:034 months ago

Dragons Team News

1. Norman, 2. Pereira, 3. Willame, 4. Lomax, 5. Hunt, 7. Clune, 8. Kerr, 9. McInnes (c), 10. Vaughan, 11. Frizell, 12. Sims, 13. Graham

Interchange: 14. Merrin, 15. Lawrie, 16. Luke, 17. Aitken

07:014 months ago

Canterbury Team News:

1. Watene-Zelezniak, 2. Meany, 3. Smith, 4. Hopoate, 14. Averillo, 6. Lewis, 7. Foran, 8. Tolman, 9. Marshall-King, 10. Napa, 11. Jackson (c), 13. Elliott, 16. Faitala-Mariner

Subs: 12. Britt, 15, To’omaga, 17. Sue, 20. Holland

06:594 months ago

Dragons struggling

The Dragons are in no fine form either. 

They have also lost all three games and failed to put any points on the board agains the Warriors last weekend. 

They know their attack will have to far much better if they are to get anything from this one.

06:584 months ago

Bulldogs to pick up first win of the season?

The Canterbury Bulldogs have had a torrid start to the season. Losing their opening three fixtures, scoring just 24 points in the process.

With tricky matchups agains the Roosters and Sharks to come in the next couple of weeks, they know that a win here is pivitol to their season.

06:564 months ago

Kick-off time

This Canterbury Bulldogs vs St. George Illawarra Dragons match will be played at the Bankwest Stadium in Canterbury, Australia. The kick-off is scheduled for 7:05am BST / 4:05pm ACT.
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