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The penalty goal happy young Dragons' season continued positively following their 32-26 win over the Sea Eagles at New Era Stadium, Cabramatta on Sunday morning.

Dragons centre Zac Lomax was first to touch down after six minutes to hand the Red V an early lead.

Lomax extended that lead with a penalty goal in the 13th minute.

Dragons front-rower Josh Dowel extended that lead to 12 when he scored three minutes later, while another Lomax penalty goal in the 24th minute pushed it out even further.

Three minutes later, Reuben Garrick scored the Dragons' third try, while yet another Lomax penalty goal followed soon after.

Two tries to the Sea Eagles in the final four minutes of the first half saw the Dragons head into the sheds up 20-12.

The Dragons raced out of the blocks in the second half when they crossed for two tries within the first minutes through Lomax and winger Jason Gillard.

Following an otherwise tough second half, the Sea Eagles finally found momentum by scoring three tries in an eight-minute period.

Yet the Dragons were able to hold on in the dying minutes to secure their fifth win of the season and second on the NYC competition ladder.

St George Illawarra Dragons 32 (Zac Lomax 2, Jason Gillard, Josh Dowel, Reuben Garrick tries; Zac Lomax 6 goals) defeated Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 at New Era Stadium, Cabramatta. Half-time: 20-12.