The St George Illawarra Dragons Weekly Wrap-Up provides all the key-stories from inside the Club and as reported by external media all in the one place in case you missed it!
See what new recruits Cameron McInnes, Paul Vaughan, Nene Macdonald, Shaun Nona and Chris Lewis have to say about their new Club following the first week of pre-season conditioning and training.
Furthermore, read about Sydney NRL Club’s combined debt of $34.1million as well as how the Dragons will hand back the management of UOW Jubilee Oval, Kogarah to Georges River Council.
The Dragons have handed management of UOW Jubilee Oval, Kogarah back to Georges River Council which will save the Club over $900,000 p/a. The Leader
The Daily Telegraph reveals that Sydney-based NRL Clubs lost a combined $34.1million for season 2016. Daily Telegraph
The Illawarra Mercury provides an overview of several areas the Club will need to address ahead of the 2017 season. Illawarra Mercury
Cameron McInnes explains his reasons for not joining the Dragons when given the opportunity in 2016. Illawarra Mercury
Cameron McInnes explains his reasons for requesting a release from former club South Sydney Rabbitohs. Daily Telegraph
Cameron McInnes is keen to stake his claim on the vacant hooker role following the commencement of pre-season training. Dragons Official Website
The Dragons will not be accused of lacking size in the forward-pack with the raw power at their disposal in 2017. Daily Telegraph
Paul Vaughan is ready to repay the faith shown to him by his new team following his arrival to the Club. Dragons Official Website
Paul Vaughan concedes the ‘writing was on the wall’ towards the end of his tenure with the Canberra Raiders in 2016. Illawarra Mercury
Nene Macdonald has praised the training equipment and overall environment following his arrival to the Club. Dragons Official Website
Shaun Nona provides an update on his rehabilitation from ankle surgery which has stalled his pre-season. Dragons Official Website
Chris Lewis is keen to fulfil his ambition of playing first-grade after coming through the Club’s pathways system. Dragons Official Website
The Dragons have confirmed their Football Squad for the 2017 campaign. Dragons Official Website
The Dragons, which includes eight new signings as well as several invited members of the present NYC squad, have commenced their conditioning and full-scale preparation ahead of the 2017 season. Dragons Official Website
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