The Chronicle



THE rebuilding Canterbury Bulldogs have continued to add strength and depth to their backline for next season with the signing of exciting Souths centre Braidon Burns on a two-year deal.

The 25 year-old, who hails from Dubbo, made his Rabbitohs debut in 2017 and was an excellent finisher during his five seasons there, scoring 10 tries in his 40 appearance­s.

After recovering from a knee injury sustained last year, Burns returned to play eight matches for the Rabbitohs in this season’s campaign.

The centre will complement the Bulldogs’ other backline signings of Matt Burton, Josh Addo-Carr, Matt Dufty and Brent Naden.

Bulldogs chief executive Aaron Warburton is delighted that Burns has decided to join the club.

“Braidon is a hard worker who wants the chance to succeed,” he said.

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