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St George Illawarra Dragons utility Kyle Stanley is aware that the team will need to pile on the points against the Gold Coast Titans at Jubilee Oval, Kogarah on Sunday.

The Red-and-Whites are presently placed 11th on the table and sit two-points adrift of the top-eight yet boast a worrisome differential of -49.

The Hurstville United junior, who returned to the first-grade line-up last round after previously featuring for the Illawarra Cutters in the NSW Cup, is aware this problem needs to be remedied and hopes to play his part in fixing it.

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“Both team will be vying for the win there’s no doubt and we’ll be focused on trying to score a lot of points because our for-and-against isn’t exactly the best,” said Stanley.

“If I get the call-up again, wherever that might put me on the park, I’ll definitely give it my all to help correct this as each try matters.

“It was a great confidence boost for me coming back into the side to face Canberra and to win there after 15 years was a special moment.

“I’ve enjoyed my time down with the Cutters for the past eight weeks and I’ve been playing long minutes as lock.

“At the moment I’m just really enjoying my footy.”

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