St George Illawarra Dragons

St George Illawarra DragonsThe St George Illawarra Dragons became the NRL’s first joint venture club after a merger between the Illawarra Steelers and the St George Dragons in 1998. The merged club enjoyed early success, making two Grand Finals, winning a premiership and missing the finals only three times in their first 13 years. Since that period however they’ve featured in the finals just once.

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The Dragons failed to get out first gear for much of 2016. Very poor form away from their home grounds at Kogarah and Wollongong saw them fail to put together a winning streak longer than two matches, as they finished in 11th place with a record of 10-14.

Senior coach: Paul McGregor
Captain: Gareth Widdop
2016 finish: 11th
Premierships: 2010

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2017 Team List
Leeson Ah Mau, Euan Aitken, Jack De Belin, Josh Dugan, Kalifa Faifai Loa, Tyson Frizell, Yaw Kiti Glymin, Siliva Havili, Nene MacDonald, Cameron McInnes, Dunamis Lui, Kurt Mann, Jake Marketo, Mose Masoe, Will Matthews, Tyrone McCarthy, Josh McCrone, Jason Nightingale, Russell Packer, Joel Thompson, Gareth Widdop

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Last updated: 10 March, 2017

St George Illawarra Dragons Articles

St George Illawarra Dragons 2017 season review

St George Illawarra Dragons 2017 season review

by , 11 Oct 2017

Not much was expected from the Dragons in 2017 having been installed as second favourites to win the wooden spoon behind the Newcastle Knights.

Dragons chasing experience with forward signings

Dragons chasing experience with forward signings

by , 20 Sep 2017

St George Illawarra’s bid to add more NRL experience to their forward pack is set to continue beyond the recruitment of James Graham and Jeremy Latimore.

Is the NRL’s version of Sliding Doors ready to end?

Is the NRL’s version of Sliding Doors ready to end?

by , 20 Sep 2017

I wonder what the St George Illawarra players are thinking now. If they’re still thinking of what might have been, then watching North Queensland’s fairytale run through the finals would be doing their heads in.

Dragons vow to stop signing coaches

Dragons vow to stop signing coaches

by , 7 Sep 2017 Popular article!

Following another fade-out, the St. George Illawarra Dragons have promised fans to never sign another coach again.

Dragons drop the ball, beaten by Bulldogs

Dragons drop the ball, beaten by Bulldogs

by , 3 Sep 2017

St George have missed the top eight after being upset 26-20 by a spirited Bulldogs team in a see-sawing match at ANZ Stadium.

St George Illawarra Dragons vs Canterbury Bulldogs Highlights: NRL scores, blog

St George Illawarra Dragons vs Canterbury Bulldogs Highlights: NRL scores, blog

by , 3 Sep 2017 Popular article! Video

Match result: St George have missed the top eight after being upset 26-20 by a spirited Bulldogs team in a see-sawing match at ANZ Stadium.

How Sunday’s NRL games will shape the top eight

How Sunday’s NRL games will shape the top eight

by , 3 Sep 2017

Well, this is it. The final day of the NRL season is here and two out of the three games have an ability to directly impact the final make-up of the top eight and positions.

All is set for Red V finals campaign

All is set for Red V finals campaign

by , 31 Aug 2017

After a 7-1 start to the season, as a passionate Dragons fan, I was dreaming of a return to the glory days of 2009-11 where we dominated the competition. But alas, an untimely knee injury to Gareth Widdop destroyed those early season hopes.

“Contracted players are going to have to move on”: Bulldogs skipper James Graham

“Contracted players are going to have to move on”: Bulldogs skipper James Graham

by , 30 Aug 2017

Reports of a St George Illawarra deal may be premature but Canterbury captain James Graham admits he faces a tricky career decision ahead of Sunday’s NRL clash with the Dragons.

Four into three doesn’t go, so who makes it to September?

Four into three doesn’t go, so who makes it to September?

by , 29 Aug 2017

What a finish to the regular season coming up. Four teams all vying for a spot in the top eight, but only three can progress.


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