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The St George Illawarra Dragons returned to the winner’s circle on Sunday with a dominant 52-22 win over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.

With Josh Dugan ruled out on Saturday, Dragons junior Matt Dufty made his NRL debut at fullback, scoring a try and setting up two more.

It was a very successful afternoon for the Red V on Sunday, with the young Dragons comfortably defeating Manly in the lower grades before Ambassadors Kezie Apps and Sam Bremner helped NSW win their second-straight women’s Origin.


Apps reveals the inspiration behind her comeback after sustaining a broken leg at the Auckland Nines earlier this year –

Bremner explains why she has never been so nervous heaping into an Origin – Dragons Official Website

Coach Paul McGregor opens the door for young forwards to take their opportunities in first grade – Illawarra Mercury

Dugan ruled out for Sunday’s clash against Manly with a hamstring complaint –

Jack de Belin concede that if the Dragons want to play finals football, they are going to have to go back to basis –

McGregor confident Russell Packer's recent hip injury wouldn't prevent him from playing the Sea Eagles – Illawarra Mercury

The Dragons survive a second half comeback from Manly to come out on top 52-22 at WIN Stadium –

First half demolition job does the trick for the Dragons against the Sea Eagles – Illawarra Mercury

Bremner and Apps assist the women’s NSW Women’s Origin team to their second straight victory over Queensland –

Matt Dufty, Gareth Widdop, Leeson Ah Mau and de Belin were all named in the ‘Round 20 Team of the Week’ –

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