2010 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs season
|Head Coach||Kevin Moore|
|Top Try scorer||Ben Barba 14|
|Top Points scorer||Bryson Goodwin 148|
|Highest home attendance||37,773|
|Lowest home attendance||10,350|
|Average home attendance||18,845|
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The 2010 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs season was the 76th in the club's history. They competed in the National Rugby League's 2010 Telstra Cup Premiership under coach Kevin Moore. They finished the regular season 13th (out of 16), failing to make the finals.
The club welcomed a new logo and the re-instatement of the "Canterbury-Bankstown" prefix after spending the previous 11 seasons as simply the "Bulldogs". Club record-holder and pointscorer Hazem El Masri had retired at the end of the 2009 season and did not play in 2010.
Draw and Results
*From Sunday 5 April at 2am, Australia and NZ Daylight Savings ends; all games are in AEST.
|1||St. George Illawarra Dragons||24||17||0||7||2||518||299||+219||38|
|4||Gold Coast Titans||24||15||0||9||2||520||498||+22||34|
|5||New Zealand Warriors||24||14||0||10||2||539||486||+53||32|
|8||Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles||24||12||0||12||2||545||510||+35||28|
|9||South Sydney Rabbitohs||24||11||0||13||2||584||567||+17||26|
|15||North Queensland Cowboys||24||5||0||19||2||425||667||−242||14|
1 Melbourne were deducted eight premiership points and barred from receiving premiership points for the rest of the season due to gross long-term salary cap breaches.
|Greg Eastwood||Leeds Rhinos|
|John Kite||Melbourne Storm|
|Daryl Millard||Wakefield Trinity Wildcats|
|Hazem El Masri||Retirement|
|Ben Hannant||Gold Coast Titans|
The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs have signed the below players in first grade to play in the main competition.
- Costello, Tim (9 November 2010). "2010 in review - Canterbury Bulldogs (13th)". League Unlimited (leagueunlimited.com). Retrieved 29 November 2010.
- AFP (15 April 2010). "Swimming coach switches to rugby league". Times Live (AVUSA, Inc.). Retrieved 2010-04-15.
- Stuart Honeysett and Brent Read (23 April 2010) Shocking end to the Melbourne Storm era The Australian