Bulldogs board vow to defend club in Topine civil case

By Scott Bailey and Jasper Bruce
Updated April 24 2024 - 7:40pm, first published 7:38pm
Jackson Topine (top) has started legal action against NRL club Canterbury. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)
Jackson Topine (top) has started legal action against NRL club Canterbury. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)

Canterbury's board have vowed to "vigorously defend" themselves against a $4 million civil case from former player Jackson Topine, amid claims he suffered a psychiatric injury while at the NRL club.

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