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The St George Illawarra Dragons will face the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, on Saturday, March 18. This is your Round 3 game guide.

We're off and running

Red-hot is the only way to describe the Dragons' first outing of the season as the Titans were blown off the park in Kogarah.

The big win was the perfect way for Anthony Griffin's men to get the monkey off their backs and start the 2023 season positively. The Dragons come up against a tough Brisbane Broncos side who have yet to drop a match.

A win over the Broncos on their home turf would be a big statement for what's to come for the Dragons in 2023.

Round 3 v Broncos

Where: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
When: Saturday 18th March, 7.35 pm AEST (6.35pm local time)
Where to watch: Kayo and Foxtel 

Multicultural Round 

From New Zealand to Tonga, Greece, Jamaica, Samoa, Philippines, Fiji, Ukraine and Zimbabwe, the NRL is Australia's most culturally diverse sporting code.

This week is all about Multicultural Round, celebrating the many different cultures which make up our great game.

The Dragons' squad is made up of players with heritage from Samoa, Tonga, New Zealand, Fiji, Cook Islands, Gambia, Papua New Guinea, Scotland and Australia.

During Multicultural Round, members of the NRL community are encouraged to bring a flag or wear their cultural dress or colours to games.

Don't change a winning formula 

Anthony Griffin has been forced into one change to his side from the one which thumped the Titans last weekend.

Toby Couchman drops out as he continues to progress through his return-to-play protocols following a HIA last week, with Michael Molo joining the bench. Zane Musgrove, Jacob Liddle and Ben Murdoch-Masila have all been named to play in their second Dragons match.

Arthars gets a call up 

The Broncos have made one change to their squad with winger Jesse Arthars moving into the squad in place of Corey Oates (jaw).

The remainder of the Broncos team stays the same as they look to notch a third straight victory to start 2023.

Last time we met  

In the very last game of the 2022 season, the Broncos travelled to Kogarah to face a Dragons side desperate to send their fans off with one last win for the year.

Tries to Jack Bird and Cody Ramsey got the ball rolling but it was Mat Feagai's absolute classic which sealed the 22-12 win.

Relive the match and Mat Feagai's magical try below.

Last time we met: Dragons v Broncos

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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