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The St George Illawarra Dragons have announced that Kris Keating has agreed to terms on a one-year contract that will see him join the Club until at least the end of this season.

Kris Keating, 25, made his debut for the Parramatta Eels during the 2008 campaign before joining the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (2011-13) and most recently Hull-Kingston Rovers (2014) prior to being granted a release.

The two-time NSW City Origin representative, who can play in the halves or as hooker, has played 112 first-grade games to date and will join the Dragons for pre-season training immediately.

"Kris is an experienced player who has returned home early from the English Super League looking for another opportunity in the NRL," said Dragons Head Coach Paul McGregor.

"Kris has played representative football and also played in an NRL Grand Final, he will provide our squad with some additional depth and we look forward to him joining the Dragons.”

Furthermore, the Dragons have also confirmed that Kyle Stanley will not be at the Club in 2015.

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