Photos by Michael Shillito
CANTERBURY BULLDOGS v WESTS TIGERS
Stadium Australia, Friday 4th June 2010.
The Bulldogs cheer girls
form a guard of honour
The Tigers enter the field
at the northern end
The Bulldogs run through
the tunnel onto the field
The Bulldogs kick off
Josh Morris runs into a
tackle
Steve Turner is
surrounded by Tigers
The Bulldogs cross the
line, but are held up
Blake Green knocks on
Jamal Idris is
ankle-tapped
Andrew Ryan is forced to
run wide
Brett Kimmorley feeds a
scrum
On a cold and wet night,
only a small crowd is in
Geoff Daniela passes to
Gareth Ellis
The Tigers run the ball
defensively in goal
Josh Morris scores the
opening try
The Bulldogs fans
celebrate the try
Bryson Goodwin adds the
extras
Benji Marshall prepares to
receive a pass
Benji Marshall scores
under the posts
David Stagg plays the ball
Todd Payten defuses a
Bulldogs bomb
A Bulldogs try is disallowed
The cheer girls do a half
time routine
Benji Marshall gets the
second half under way
Michael Ennis prepares an
off-load
Jamal Idris shrugs off
Benji Marshall's
attempted tackle
Marshall misses a shot at
a penalty goal
The Tigers take a line
drop-out
Andrew Ryan scores, and
the Bulldogs are back in
front
The try is converted
Lote Tuqiri attempts to
evade the Bulldogs line
From the scrum, Marshall
to Chris Lawrence
Robbie Farah scrambles
over the line and scores
for the Tigers
Marshall converts, and it's
12-12
Bryson Goodwin runs to
the line, but it's called
back for a forward pass
The crowd figure is posted
Robbie Farah looks for an
opening
Robert Lui kicks a field
goal, and the Tigers take
the lead
Todd Payten gets up to
play the ball
Lui on the attack for the
Tigers
Tuqiri plays the ball to
Marshall
Simon Dwyer scores, and
the match is safe for the
Tigers
The Tigers fans celebrate
the win
It's all over - Tigers 19
Bulldogs 12
Wests Tigers 19 def Canterbury Bulldogs 12
Tigers : Tries –
S Dwyer, R Farah, B Marshall. Goals – B Marshall 3/4. Field Goals – R Lui 1/1.
Bulldogs : Tries – J Morris, A Ryan. Goals – B Goodwin 2/2.
Referees – S Hayne, A Shortall. Crowd – 11,837 at ANZ Stadium.