Canterbury Bulldogs v Parramatta Eels scores, results, fixtures, teams, tips, games, how to watch


NRL 2024 round 14 LIVE updates: Canterbury Bulldogs v Parramatta Eels scores, results, fixtures, teams, tips, games, how to watch

NRL round 14 LIVE: Bulldogs score thrilling 22-18 win over Eels

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Canterbury win

A stirring win for Canterbury. Dogs fans are delirious. They deserve to be. a 22-18 win, which included them scoring the last two tries of the match will have them in party mode. Good footy.

Eels’ last chance

Parra got the ball with two minutes remaining. In the first three plays they went nowhere. Not much more on the next two plays either. Then, on the last, a forced kick fails to achieve anything of merit. Bulldogs lead 22-18 after 79 minutes

‘Do not speak to me like that’

Referee Peter Gough has had enough of Clint Gutherson today. It’s hard to blame him as Gutho can chat.

Bulldogs lead

The Bulldogs resurgence has put them into the lead. Blake Wilson scores following a tremendous attacking raid. This has been some match, and there is more to come. Bulldogs lead 22-18 after 76 minutes

Broken ankle fears for Preston

The initial fears from the Bulldogs medical staff is that Jacob Preston has suffered a broken ankle. He’s already had a broken jaw this year. That’s manifestly unfair on the young man.

Hughes wastes golden chance

Sam Hughes got a bit excited there and was trying to play the ball before he’d got to his feet. Eels breathe a sigh of relief. They’ve survived one attacking raid. It looks like there are more to come. Eels lead 18-16 after 74 minutes

Drama with Jacob Preston

Jacob Preston badly rolled an ankle after being contacted off the ball by Daejarn Asi. Asi didn’t mean to injure Preston, but that was the result. The medicab is on the field for the second time today. That two times too many. Eels lead 18-16 after 71 minutes

Grandstand finish looms

It’s back to 13 on 13. And the margin is back to two points after Canterbury score another try on their right edge. The deserved that try. This last 10 minutes will be really something. Eels lead 18-16 after 70 minutes

Second half action

J’maine Hopgood takes on the Canterbury defence.

J’maine Hopgood takes on the Canterbury defence.Credit: Getty

Eels escape – again

Stephen Crichton outleaps Clint Gutherson to collect a bomb. Luckily for the Eels, Gutho keep a grip on Crichton – enough to complete a tackle and force a handover. The Dogs are finding some life here – and they’re still a man down. Eels lead 18-10 after 65 minutes

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