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The St George Illawarra Dragons slipped out of the top eight for the first time this year after Friday night’s loss to the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Despite this, there was some positive news, with Drew Hutchison set to return for Illawarra next week.

Dragons Ambassadors Kezie Apps and Sam Bremner were both named in the Jillaroos Merit side after their recent performance in the Women’s Origin match in Wollongong.


Dragons respond to NRL breach notice handed to coach Paul McGregor – Dragons Official Website

Gareth Widdop says that there is no point dwelling on the loss against the Newcastle Knights – Dragons Official Website

Local junior Drew Hutchison is set to make his return from an ACL tear for Illawarra this week – Illawarra Mercury

Jason Nightingale says that the referees should not be used as an excuse for last Saturday’s loss to Newcastle –

Two tries in the final five minutes sees the Dragons go down 26-24 to South Sydney at the Sydney Cricket Ground – Dragons Official Website

Dragons risk slipping out of the top eight after loss to South Sydney – Sydney Morning Herald

After a season of ups and downs, McGregor said Friday night’s loss to Souths hurt the most –

Apps and Bremner both named in the Jillaroos Merit team – Dragons Official Website

Jake Marketo was charged with a grade one dangerous contact by the match review committee after Friday night’s game against Souths –

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