Dragons Weekly Wrap-Up
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 Jacob Hind and Nene Macdonald have to say about their new Club as well as hearing how injured players Russell Packer, Leeson Ah Mau, Shaun Nona and Mose Masoe are all recovering from injury.
Furthermore, read about the Australian Rugby League Commission approval of a new State-based competitions and how it may impact the Club.
The Australian Rugby League Commission has approved two new State-based competitions will be run in NSW and Queensland from 2018. Dragons Official Website
The Illawarra Mercury examines how the ARLC decision may impact on the Dragons once implemented. Illawarra Mercury
Fox Sports analyses the Dragons off-season recruitment and retention of players. Fox Sports
The Dragons have announced that Australia Schoolboy representative Reece Robson has agreed to terms on a further two seasons, until at least the end of 2019. Dragons Official Website
The Dragons presently have five players from their National Youth Competition squad training with the first-grade team to help accelerate their individual development. Dragons Official Website
Rookie Dragons NYC players spent the week learning how to prepare for life after football with the NRL Playwise Training Program facilitated by TAFE Illawarra. Illawarra Mercury
Dragons new recruit Nene Macdonald is confident his new team will replicate the form of former club Gold Coast Titans in 2017. Illawarra Mercury
Dragons new recruit Jacob Hind is proud to have fulfilled a childhood dream by signing for the Club. Dragons Official Website
Dragons new-recruit Paul Vaughan knocked back an offer to represent Italy in their World Cup qualifiers to secure a contract at the Club. Dragons Official Website
Dragons players MoseMasoe, Leeson Ah Mau, Russell Packer and Shaun Nona are all presently recovering from respective off-season surgery and representative injuries. Dragons Official Website
The Dragons have been included in the Piha Pool alongside the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Parramatta Eels and New Zealand Warriors for the NRL Auckland Nines in 2017. Dragons Official Website
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