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St George Illawarra coach Anthony Griffin has finalised his 17 ahead of the Dragons' Indigenous Round clash against the Bulldogs at Belmore Sportsground -Home of the Dharug, Eora & Bediagal Peoples - on Sunday, May 29 (2pm).

Mikaele Ravalawa (hamstring) has been ruled out. Tautau Moga replaces him and etches his way into club history as St George Illawarra player No. 259. 

Andrew McCullough (thumb) returns on the bench at the expense of Jayden Sullivan in the only change to the team following the Dragons' Round 11 win over the Warriors. Jaiyden Hunt is 18th man. 

Sullivan and Ravalawa join Jackson Ford, Jack Gosiewski, Josh Kerr and Tyrell Sloan as the players to drop out of Tuesday's initial 24-man squad.

The Dragons will wear their 2022 indigenous jersey this weekend, to be auctioned off at a later date. 

 
 
 
 
 
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NRL team for Indigenous Round v Bulldogs –

1. Cody Ramsey – sponsored by EFEX
2. Mat Feagai – sponsored by Aspec Masonry
3. Moses Suli – sponsored by Kingsgrove Sports Centre
4. Zac Lomax – sponsored by Floormania
19. Tautau Moga – sponsored by Wollongong Jetski
6. Talatau Amone – sponsored by Carinya Village – Jindabyne
7. Ben Hunt (c) – sponsored by Belle Property
8. Francis Molo – sponsored by Deicorp
9. Moses Mbye – sponsored by St George Food Distributors
10. Blake Lawrie – sponsored by Gym Solutions
11. Jack Bird – sponsored by Shire Steel and Fabrication
12. Tariq Sims – sponsored by Modus Projects
13. Jack de Belin – sponsored by TripADeal

Interchange:
14. Andrew McCullough – sponsored by DEMOCO
15. Aaron Woods – sponsored by Jamesons Strata Management
16. Michael Molo – sponsored by Professionals Padstow
17. Tyrell Fuimaono – sponsored by TLE Alexandria

18th man: 24. Jaiyden Hunt

Unavailable for selection –

Josh McGuire (groin) – Round 14
Jaydn Su'A (ankle) – indefinite

Acknowledgement of Country

St George Illawarra Dragons respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples, where our games are played, our programs are conducted and in the communities we support.

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