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Competition - NRL. Round - Round 21. Teams - Newcastle Knights v St George Dragons. Date - 29th of July 2017. Venue - McDonald Jones Stadium, NSW. Photographer - Paul Barkley | © NRL Photos

The St George Illawarra Dragons welcomed the return of Josh Dugan to their line-up this weekend following a hamstring injury.

Despite this, Newcastle Knights proved too good for the Dragons as they came away with a 21-14 win at home.

In exciting news for the club, Wollongong will host the first ever Super League game outside of Europe next year between Wigan and Hull in February 2018.


Paul Vaughan admits that the top four is still in the Dragons’ sights after a 30 point win over Manly last weekend – Illawarra Mercury

Illawarra Mercury's Mitch Jennings writes that Dugan returns to a potent Dragons’ backline following Euan Aitken's shoulder injury.

Dragons Head of Athletic Performance Nathan Pickworth details Aitken’s shoulder injury sustained in last weekend’s win over Manly – Dragons Official Website

Wollongong will host the first ever Super League game played outside of Europe in February 2018 – Dragons Official Website

Paul McGregor insisted that moving Dugan to the centres is what is best for the team – Illawarra Mercury

The Newcastle Knights defeat the Dragons 21-14 at McDonald Jones Stadium –

Jai Field converts a penalty goal on full-time to give Illawarra a two-point win over the ISP Knights in Newcastle – Illawarra Mercury

Gareth Widdop admits that missing the Finals this season would be unacceptable – Illawarra Mercury

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