Barba starts a length-of-the-field Bulldogs highlight reel.
From a standing start to sealing victory for the Bulldogs
A Bulldogs scrum sets Ben Barba up for his second try.
As if trying to contain their runners isn't enough of a challenge the Bulldogs present one of the biggest threats when kicking for their outside men They've scored a whopping 25 tries off the boot " ranking them second in the comp behind the Raiders.
Another length of the field special from the super-freak.
His unique talent covering support play, counter-attack and instigator.
Canterbury scored almost half of their season tries from moves that originated longer than 20 metres away from the opposition try-line. No side scored more tries from long range, with the 'Dogs crossing for an NRL-high 17 tries that were kick-started inside their own half.
Injuries to Bryson Goodwin, Steve Turner and Steve Lafai all covered by astute mid-season recruitments of Krisnan Inu and Sam Perrett. Inu's impact in particular was staggering after joining in Round 12.
Under Des Hasler the Dogs forwards now comprise ball-playing front-rowers, gifted offloaders, mobile runners and resolute defenders. Englishman James Graham (127 metres, 32 tackles) has been an unsung hero in his first NRL season.
Barba beats everybody to bring the Bulldogs fans to life.