Dragons ready for Mudgee return
St George Illawarra's Round 11 clash against the Canberra Raiders at Mudgee's Glen Willow Stadium on Sunday, May 20 is quickly approaching.
The Dragons can't wait to get back to Mudgee following the success of February's Westfund Charity Shield against South Sydney.
The Red V returns to the Central West of New South Wales atop the 2018 NRL Telstra Premiership and will come up against a desperate Raiders outfit.
Plenty of fantastic tickets remain available via Ticketek; with families able to enter the game for just $55.
St George Illawarra forward Tariq Sims can't wait to get back out to the Central West.
"Having spent almost a week in the Central West earlier in the year, the boys are keen to get back out there and play in front of another packed out Mudgee crowd against the Raiders," Sims said.
"With more Dragons games to come out that way over the next 18 months, we have made Mudgee our home away from home.
"There are plenty of great tickets still available and the team and I hope to see the Dragons faithful in full force at Glen Willow Stadium."
Another option for those living out in the Central West is to purchase a Mudgee Faithful membership.
At just $85 for an adult or $235 for a family, the Mudgee Faithful membership will gain you access to the Dragons' clash against the Raiders as well as a membership pack which includes a cap, wall flag, lanyard, sticker, key ring and member's card.
On top of that, you'll also gain exclusive member merchandise discounts and access to the Mudgee member event slated for Saturday, May 19 at Glen Willow Stadium (time TBA).
The member's event will provide an opportunity to mix and mingle with the Dragons players as well as watch their final training session before they face the Raiders.
Be sure to register your attendance by Thursday, May 17 by emailing your name and member number to email@example.com
The Dragons merchandise truck will be available for you to purchase all your official gear at both the member's event and during the game the following day.
Dragons Community will also arrive in the Central West on Thursday, May 17 (along with NRL development officers) to engage with schools in Mudgee and Lithgow regions.
They will deliver assemblies on wellbeing, mental wellness, physical activity, nutrition and positive relationships.
Let's turn Mudgee red and white once again! Make sure you get out to Glen Willow Stadium this Sunday.