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Bulldogs sees off wounded Tigers in NRL =2

Hasler admitted his side turned off a bit in the second period with the game effectively won by halftime
Bulldogs sees off wounded Tigers in NRL =2
by AAP

Hasler admitted his side turned off a bit in the second period with the game effectively won by halftime.

The Bulldogs face South Sydney next Thursday, with Hasler hinting at his players having one eye on that clash.

"It was probably an opportunity to go on with it in the second half, but we executed a bit better in the first half," he said.

"It was a matter of just staying healthy towards the end and rest a few blokes.

"The disappointing thing though was the 12-point turnaround - we should have scored six tries."

Tigers coach Mick Potter said Brooks' injury was likely to be a low-grade tear of his hamstring but bemoaned his lengthy casualty list.

"We've deteriorated just before Origin and I think it's just got worse," he said.

"We're in double figures now and that's unfortunate.

"But we're giving guys an opportunity and they're loving it."




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