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The St George Illawarra Dragons will face the Canberra Raiders at WIN Stadium, Wollongong on Saturday, June 19. This is your i98FM Illawarra Convoy Round 15 game guide.

For those in need

What do Kylie Minogue, Robbie Williams and the i98FM Illawarra Convoy have in common? They're doing it for the kids!

For the third-straight season, the St George Illawarra Dragons will face off against the Canberra Raiders at WIN Stadium in name of the i98FM Illawarra Convoy.

The match will assist in raising much needed funds for families in need with $3 from every ticket sold being donated to the i98fm Illawarra Convoy. Pre-purchase your tickets and save here.

Alternatively you could bid on the silent auction to win an exclusive Dragons experience that includes tossing the coin, watching the Dragons warm up and a family pass (two adult, two children) to the game. You can find the silent auction here.

Can't make it to the game but want to show your support for the i98fm Illawarra Convoy? Grab a ticket in the 50-50 charity raffle. To help this great cause and have a chance at winning 50 per cent of the prize pool purchase your tickets here.

All systems go for the i98FM Illawarra Convoy Round

Score Dragons on board

The i98FM Illawarra Convoy will feature a triple-header on Saturday including the NRL, Knock On Effect Cup and Score Dragons teams.

The St George Illawarra Dragons community program Score Dragons, now in its eighth year, is a joint initiative with The Disability Trust, where individuals with disabilities are able to take part in local Illawarra rugby league.

The Score Dragons and Score Raiders will meet for the third time at 4:45pm on Saturday after sharing wins over the past two years.

The inspiration for similar programs at the Raiders, Wests Tigers and Melbourne Storm, this weekend's clash will be the first of two Score games between the Red V and Canberra.  Game two is scheduled for early August in Canberra.

Score Dragons ready to fire

Sticking solid

Two teams. Two contrasting results. No team changes.

The Dragons were humiliated by the Bulldogs on Monday but the same 17 currently remain in the line-up to face the Raiders.

The Raiders have settled on the 17 for all the right reasons following their big victory over the Broncos.

With eighth to 11th log-jammed on 12 competition points on the NRL Telstra Premiership ladder, a crucial result beckons for each team's finals fortunes come Saturday.

Freeze frame

The i98FM Illawarra Convoy *check*

The Score Dragons *check*

We can't forget the annual Beanie for Brain Cancer Round this weekend either, with NRL clubs, players and fans uniting to raise money for brain cancer research.

The Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) hopes to raise $3 million this round, which will see 272 players, 16 clubs, thousands of fans and broadcasters Channel Nine and Fox Sports unite.

Here St George Illawarra prop Paul Vaughan models one of the MHF's 2021 beanies during his weekly media session.,