Warriors give Bulldogs a battering

CANTERBURY'S week from hell continued with a demoralising 36-12 NRL thumping at the hands of the Warriors in Auckland.

The Bulldogs, who were being coached by Jim Dymock after Kevin Moore's resignation on Thursday, squandered a 12-0 lead as the powerful Warriors side trampled their guests with 36 unanswered points.

Warriors five-eighth James Maloney had a 16-point haul and to make matters worse the Bulldogs could face a fine after Ben Roberts, named in the official team sheet on the bench, switched places with starting five-eighth Chris Keating.



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