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The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs are pleased to announce the signing of Michael Doolan from the Parramatta Eels.
The 20-year old former Westfields Sports High School student spent last season in the Eels NYC side, where he played 21 games, scored seven tries and created 19 try assists.
Doolan, a good ball runner, spent the majority of last year in the number one position, but will play in the halves at the Bulldogs.
A former NSW U/16 schoolboy and NSW Indigenous Player of the Year, he arrives at Belmore with a great opportunity to grow as a footballer.
His move comes on the back of the Bulldogs signing lock Rod Griffin from the Tigers and prop forward Andy Saunders from the Panthers last week.
Name: Michael Doolan
Born: June 25, 1997, Liverpool, NSW
Junior Club: Cabramatta
Previous Clubs: Parramatta Eels.