The Canterbury Bulldogs have battered the Penrith Panthers in a 12-point win at ANZ Stadium.
Canterbury’s roll continues while it was more woe for Penrith.
The Panthers battled hard but the result never really looked in doubt.
The Bulldogs got off to a perfect start when Sam Perrett touched down.
Curtis Rona continued his outstanding 2015 season with this freakish effort.
The Panthers were pushing hard to get back into the game and went close.
Josh Reynolds made contact with Jamie Soward and was controversially sin-binned.
Penrith finally broke through thanks to a solo chip and chase by Bryce Cartwright.
Josh Jackson could be in trouble after he was put on report for this dangerous tackle.
In the second half, Perrett’s second try was a vital one, giving the Bulldogs some room.
Then a lovely solo effort from Reynolds, where he kicked twice to score, put the Dogs 24-6 in front.
The Panthers had no answers.
Cartweight did find a way through late, his second try, but it mattered little in the end.