Hot on the heels of Reni Maitua finding himself in trouble, a second Bulldogs recruit is being investigated, with young gun Tyrone Phillips charged with affray.
In the alleged incident that happened in early November, Phillips was involved in a brawl at Beverley Hills and as per its Code of Conduct, the Canterbury Bulldogs are investigating the incident.
The latest in a slew of incidents, the NRL Integrity Unit have their hands full in investigating them all.
In a situation that CEO Raelene Castle did not want to have to deal with, she knows that more work has to be done with the younger brigade of stars and that he is what she and Des Hasler will aim to do moving forward.
â€œToday we are dealing with another unacceptable and unnecessary situation,â€ said Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle.
â€œDes and I will continue to work with the leadership group to ensure our younger players fully understand what it means to be and what it takes to be a quality athlete, a good Bulldogs Club person and a valued member of the community at large.â€
Until such time the matter is resolved, the Bulldogs will not be making any further comments.