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 have officially unveiled their new pre-season jersey which will be worn during all pre-season trial fixtures as well as at the annual NRL Auckland Nines tournament.
Furthermore, see how duo Kurt Mann and Matt Dufty react to discussion of their possible inclusion in the team’s spine next season as well as prop Mose Masoe’s most recent knee surery.
Dragons prop Russell Packer reflects upon his first season in first-grade following his hiatus and wanting to represent New Zealand at the 2017 World Cup. Daily Telegraph
Dragons winger Nene Macdonald has been named in the Queensland ‘Emerging Maroons’ squad camp. Dragons Official Website
Macdonald also likens his new club to that of written off previous team the Gold Coast Titans. SMH
Dragons fullback Matt Dufty is may take over as the Club’s new fullback in 2017. Daily Telegraph
Dufty also officially helped unveil the playing strip to be worn at the NRL Auckland Nines competition as well as all other pre-season trial fixtures. Dragons Official Website
Dragons prop Mose Masoe underwent arthroscopy surgery to remove a ‘cyclops lesion’ (otherwise known as localised anterior arthrofibrosis) within his right knee. Dragons Official Website
Dragons second-rower Tyson Frizell is keen to commence training alongside his new teammates ahead of the new season. Dragons Official Website
Dragons utility Kurt Mann admits he is not fazed where he plays on the field in 2017. Dragons Official Website
Dragons Head of Athletic Performance Nathan Pickworth provides insight into additional off-field player conditioning as the first phase of pre-season training continues. Dragons Official Website
Dragons second-rower Joel Thompson has embraced the opportunity to become a mentor to the younger members emerging within the squad. Dragons Official Website
Dragons National Youth Competition team first-year players were in attendance at the annual NRL Rookie Camp held at the University of Wollongong. Dragons Official Website