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The Dragons arrested a three-game losing run on Friday night when they rolled through the New Zealand Warriors at FMG Stadium, Waikato.

There was also plenty of signing news afoot with Russell Packer and Josh Dugan announcing their departures, while Paul Vaughan extended his stay at the Red V until the end of the 2021 season.

The Dragons also signed another Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Wollongong.


Vaughan announces his extension of stay at the Dragons, while it is made official that Packer signs a four-year deal at the Wests Tigers – Dragons Official Website

Vaughan's possible selection in the New South Wales side is a "win-win" situation, considering he'll be off to Hawaii for a wedding if he's overlooked – The Daily Telegraph

Dragons extend partnership with the University of Wollongong in a bid to pursue mutual goals together – Dragons Official Website

Head of Athletic Performance Nathan Pickworth provides injury updates on Euan Aitken, Gareth Widdop, Will Matthews and Dugan in another SMAI High Performance Update – Dragons Official Website

Jai Field hoped to use the Warriors game as a springboard for a future long-term gig in the Dragons' 17 – Illawarra Mercury

Packer determined to see out the 2017 season with a bang despite announcing his departure – Dragons Official Website

Dragons dominate the Warriors in Waikato, in a yarn where The Daily Telegraph's Nick Walshaw calls for Paul Vaughan's inclusion in the New South Wales Origin side.

Coach Paul McGregor suspects that the Dragons will be missing more than just Origin incumbents Josh Dugan and Tyson Frizell in the Origin series – Illawarra Mercury

Dugan signs for the Sharks for four years, putting to bed long-winding negotiations over his future – The Daily Telegraph

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