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Manly Sea Eagles vs Canterbury Bulldogs Live Week 14 :: Regular Season NRL 2013 online coverage.

Posted Jun 14 2013 5:09am

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Manly Sea Eagles vs Canterbury Bulldogs Live
Week 14 :: Regular Season NRL 2013
Date: Friday, June 14 Time: 15:35 GMT

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The Bulldogs have been competitive in all four matches so far this season but have only a 20-16 win over Parramatta in Round 2 to show for their efforts. They ran defending premiers Melbourne close two weeks ago, eventually losing 22-18, before going down 17-12 to the unbeaten Bunnies last start. Injuries have been a major factor in the Bulldogs’ slow start, with Des Hasler’s charges currently 10th on the NRL ladder.

The third-placed Sea Eagles have made a 3-1 start and are coming off a comfortable 26-0 thumping of Wests Tigers in Gosford. Geoff Toovey’s men haven’t quite hit top gear yet in attack but the fact that they have twice kept their opponents to nil - they beat the Knights 32-0 in Round 2 - is a major positive for the 2011 premiers.

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