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St George Illawarra kept their season alive with a two-point win over the Penrith Panthers on Sunday afternoon at Pepper Stadium.

Illawarra confirmed their spot in the Intrust Super Premiership finals with a late draw against the Bulldogs at WIN Stadium on Saturday afternoon.


Tariq Sims says that the season is far from over with the Dragons needing to win their last two games to qualify for finals football –

Despite half the squad being affected by the flu, Kurt Mann says that it can’t be used as an excuse for not coming away with a win is Brisbane –

Joel Thompson is the latest casualty to go down with the flu after a horror lead in to the Broncos the week prior – Sydney Morning Herald

Mann believes that the Dragons are starting to get back to the level of attack that saw them win six of their first seven games – Wide World of Sport

Coach Paul McGregor believes the Dragons are completely over the flu as they prepare for Sunday’s important clash with the Panthers -

The Dragons' solid for-and-against proves that they are not far away from being one of the top teams – Wide World of Sports

Illawarra are through to next week’s ISP playoffs after a late try to Patrick Herbert sealed a draw against the Bulldogs – Dragons Official Website

The Dragons keep their finals hopes alive with a two point win against the Penrith Panthers – Dragons Official Website

The Daily Telegraph have made a call on the Dragons' destiny – "win and you're in".  

Tariq Sims named in the's 'Team of the Week' after scoring the game winning try for the Dragons against Penrith –

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