The Dragons returned to the winners circle in Round 23, knocking off the Gold Coast Titans by 26 points at UOW Jubilee Oval.
That wasn’t the only return for the week, with Drew Hutchison making his long awaited return to the field for Illawarra on Saturday.
In signing news, exciting young Dragons half Tristan Sailor committed to the club for a further two seasons.
Dragons announce Sailor has been re-signed for another two seasons –Dragons Official Website
Drew Hutchison named to make his return for Illawarra on Saturday against the North Sydney Bears – Dragons Official Website
Tim Lafai says he feels some responsibility for the Dragons drop off in form over the back end of the season – NRL.com
Hutchison set to make his long awaited return from injury in Saturday’s game at UOW Jubilee Oval – Dragons Official Website
Matt Dufty says that he is unfazed by talk that he is too small to play fullback in the NRL – Illawarra Mercury
Dufty rises above tragedy to star at fullback for the Dragons in recent weeks – The Daily Telegraph
The Dragons keep their finals hopes alive with comprehensive win over the Titans at Kogarah – Illawarra Mercury
Josh Dugan overcomes ankle injury in time to take on Gold Coast at UOW Jubilee Oval - Sydney Morning Herald
Dragons temporarily forced their way back into the top eight after 26 point win over the Gold Coast – Dragons Official Website
Dragons, Bulldogs announce crowd initiative for their Round 26 Members Appreciation game at ANZ Stadium – The Sunday Telegraph
Mitch Jennings writes that Kurt Mann made the post of his opportunity in the halves on Saturday against the Titans – Illawarra Mercury
Jack de Belin, Cameron McInnes and Joel Thompson all named in the NRL.com ‘Team of the Week’ – NRL.com
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