Ageless five-eighth Terry Lamb celebrated his 250th first grade game for Canterbury by leading the Bulldogs to a 22-4 win over Parramatta in the Australian Rugby League premiership yesterday. In the Bulldogs' best performance of the year, they outclassed a disappointing Eels team in all departments to finish convincing winners. And there was no happier man after the match than Lamb, who retired at the end of last year before being persuaded into having one last season for the club. 'We haven't had much to cheer about this year, but finally put it all together,' Lamb said. Ellery Hanley led the Sydney Tigers to an upset 34-22 defeat of Auckland on a snow covered field in Christchurch. Playing his first match in six weeks after recovering from a hamstring injury, Hanley's experience paved the way for the Tigers' win. A weakened Canberra produced a late fightback to beat Illawarra 16-14. Missing five State of Origin stars, the Raiders trailed 14-6 with 10 minutes remaining but a late comeback, spurred by rookie hooker Simon Woolford, saw the Raiders score a courageous win.