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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have registered a convincing victory in Round 22 of the Intrust Super Premiership NSW, defeating the Newtown Jets 54-26 as they surge towards a top four finish.

Francis Tualau and Rhyse Martin were constantly threatening for the home side, with Martin continuing his try-scoring form to cross twice and Tualau breaking the Jets' defence apart on more than one occasion. Josh Cleeland was superb yet again in his prolonged push for an NRL debut, while Reimis Smith and Richie Kennar looked dangerous on their respective edges. Newtown, meanwhile, were a rejuvenated side soon after halfback Luke Towers came onto the field early in the second half.

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