The Sea Eagles have made it two from two this season over arch rivals the Storm, recording just their second win of the year in Melbourne on Anzac Day.
Two Manly players speak about their family connections to the Australian armed services ahead of an emotional Anzac Day clash with traditional rivals Melbourne.
It may be a battle of the league leaders against the cellar dwellers, but the Storm know they face tough test against rivals Manly on Saturday.
Manly got the wood over Melbourne earlier this year but with the two sides now at the opposite ends of the ladder it could be a different story this time.
Gold Coast-bound Manly halfback Daly Cherry-Evans has lashed out at the treatment he and his family have received at the hands of media over the past week.
Manly players and coach Geoff Toovey, as well as the man at the centre of the speculation, have all refused to elaborate on DCE's likely destination in 2016.
The injury-ravaged Sea Eagles simply can't cop a break, with further injuries to stars Jamie Lyon and Kieran Foran causing even more headaches for Geoff Toovey.
Two sides struck by injury and suspension and playmakers under pressure. Five talking points from the Bulldogs' 28-16 win over Manly at ANZ Stadium.
The Bulldogs have overcome a lack of fluency in attack to run away from a decimated Manly outfit 28-16 at ANZ Stadium on Friday night.
Sea Eagles players with strong family ties to the armed forces have launched the club's commemorative Anzac Day jersey at Harbord Diggers.