Moses sits out Dogs’ final NRL trial

Moses sits out Dogs’ final NRL trial

Canterbury playmaker Moses Mbye has sat out the Bulldogs’ final NRL trial against Melbourne on Saturday night at Belmore Sportsground.

Mbye was a late withdrawal with a gluteal strain, but he is not considered in doubt for the Bulldogs’ season opener against Manly on Friday March 4 at Brookvale Oval.

Bulldogs officials said Mbye would have played if the match was a regular-season fixture.

Matt Frawley joined Josh Reynolds in the Dogs’ halves for the match.

Star Bulldogs recruit Will Hopoate remains in doubt for round one, due to a knee injury. Hopoate also sat out the Dogs’ final trial match.

He was spotted at Belmore Sportsground and appeared to still be in some discomfort due to the injury.

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