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The Dragons had victory snatched away by the Rabbitohs on the buzzer last Friday night despite some impressive personal feats. 

Trailing 14-2 in the second half, the Dragons stormed home against their 2nd placed opponents thanks to some impressive plays from Jason Saab and Cameron McInnes. 

Option A. At just 18-years-old, winger Jason Saab got his first taste of the NRL at one of Rugby Leagues biggest stages, ANZ Stadium. But the cool-headed youngster didn't let the spectacle get the best of him as he crossed over for a double on debut.

The first came off a Gareth Widdop kick through the Rabbitohs defence where Saab pounced on the ball for the first four-pointer of his career. The second came after a superhuman effort from Cameron McInnes, giving the Dragons some space against a disjointed Rabbitohs defence. Saab received the ball and tip-toed down the sideline to complete his double. 

Option B. Week in, week out, there is never any doubt about the effort and determination from Dragons hooker, Cameron McInnes. And his amazing effort in the later stages on Friday night is the perfect example. Rabbitohs halfback Adam Reynolds shaped for a field goal to win the match, but before the ball could get close to the posts, Cameron McInnes threw his body in front of the kick. The ball bounced down the field sparking a race for the ball which McInnes never looked like winning. But through sheer determination, the iron-man hooker claimed the ball for the Dragons to score only moments later. 

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