Josh Morris
Sticking with the Dogs

Bulldogs centre Josh Morris has signed a new three-year deal with the club, meaning he will be at Canterbury at least until the end of the 2014 season.

“I’m very happy to be staying with the Bulldogs long term,” Morris was quoted in a release put out by the club this afternoon.

“I was keen to have my decision made prior to the start of the season and thanks to the Bulldogs and my management team this was able to occur.

“Obviously given my history there’s been plenty of talk about what I would do once my current contract was up. Now I’ve made my decision I’m really looking forward to getting stuck into making this season a successful one for the Bulldogs.”

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Morris topped the Bulldogs try scoring tally in 2009, crossing 22 times in 21 matches, and finished second in 2010 with 14 tries, one behind Ben Barba.

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