Sydney Roosters remain unbeaten, while the under-pressure Canterbury Bulldogs are 0-2 after a brutal Thursday night encounter between the archrivals.

THE MATCH: The Bulldogs took just two minutes to hit the lead, winger Kerrod Holland crossing out wide after a Roosters error in the first set of the game. The blue-and-whites had an 8-0 advantage before the 10-minute mark as Josh Morris scored in similar circumstances, sprinting to the corner directly from an ill-conceived Shaun Kenny-Dowall offload.
But the Roosters led 16-8 at halftime as Luke Keary brilliantly set up Boyd Cordner for their opener, before Daniel Tupou bagged a double from kicks by Latrell Mitchell and Keary... Read More
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