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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!

The Dragons National Youth Competition squad have returned to training ahead of the new season under new Head Coach Wayne Collins.

Additionally, see how local juniors Matt Dufty and Hame Sele are adapting to training with the first-grade squad as well as what new recruit Shaun Nona’s goals are for the year ahead.


The Dragons National Youth Competition team returned to training under the guidance of new NYC Head Coach Wayne Collins in early November. Dragons Official Website

Dragons National Youth Competition team halfback Jai Field is embracing every aspect of training with the first-grade pre-season train-on squad. Dragons Official Website

Dragons prop Mose Masoe is counting down the days until his can take to the field and resume playing NRL. Illawarra Mercury

Dragons lock Hame Sele is coming to terms with the intensity and physicality of training after being elevated to the full time first-grade squad. Dragons Official Website

Dragons fullback Matt Dufty has welcomed becoming part of the first-grade squad and training within a professional environment. Dragons Official Website

Dragons halfback Drew Hutchison has heaped praised on the four new recruits recently elevated from the Illawarra Cutters squad. Dragons Official Website

Dragons new recruit Shaun Nona is ready to prove himself in the first-grade arena in 2017. Illawarra Mercury

Dragons new recruit Nene Macdonald is ready to do it all again in after being part of a playing group that defied all expectations and proved the doubters wrong in 2016. Dragons Official Website

Dragons utility Will Matthews has expressed his pleasure over the fixture draw and is looking forward to taking part in back-to-back home games to start the campaign. Dragons Official Website

St George Illawarra Dragons Head of Athletic Performance Nathan Pickworth provides an update on the team’s preparation as the first phase of pre-season training continues. Dragons Official Website

Dragons centre Euan Aitken is thankful for having the opportunity to explore his culture after representing the Scotland Bravehearts at the Four Nations tournament recently. Dragons Official Website

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