R2K today endorsed three candidates to fill three vacancies on the St.George Leagues Club Board of Directors.The three R2K endorsed candidates are: Troy FeliceNick StojanovskiJames YoungThe candidates espouse the following policies:* Increase of OKI Jubilee Stadium capacity to in excess of 20,000.* Immediate focus on the reopening of the auditorium and overhaul of Club entertainment.* Full interest to be charged to the Illawarra Steelers on the $8.29 million loan, thus gaining St.George Leagues Club members an additional $398,000+ worth of interest credits per annum.* 10% Member discount extended from all meal purchases to all drinks purchases.* Maintaining and enhancing the standard of dining, gambling, service and sports screenings.* Improved facilities for social and sporting clubs.* Restructure of Member benefits.The ballot for Directors will be conducted at the Club premises and will be open from 10am to 8pm from Monday, March 20 to Thursday, March 23 2006.R2K urges supporters to vote for the above candidates to ensure that the Dragons have a bright future in the St.George District. You need to be a full Leagues Club member to have voting rights. If you?re not a full member of the Leagues Club, please upgrade or join now to have your say.For additional information on the campaign, please e-mail [email protected]
THE St.George Leagues Club and Kogarah Council have applied to amend a Development Application that was approved in February to install permanent tiered seating to the northern and southern ends of Oki Jubilee Stadium.The amendment includes additional seating above the proposed new toilet and kiosk at the northern end of the ground. The submission period closed on December 1 and Kogarah Council is expected to make a decision on this application in early 2006.On Monday evening, Kogarah Council is expected to approve another Development Application to demolish the eastern toilet block and to relocate the operation centre adjacent to the existing scoreboard and to construct a new kiosk and garage.SX Projects, the building company that successfully tendered for the Jubilee refurbishment contract, have published some brief information on their website in relation to the upgrade that includes 4,750 new seats. Details can be found at:http://www.sxprojects.net/news.php?action=view&id=7
THE St.George Leader has confirmed that there will be no St.George-Illawarra home games at OKI Jubilee Stadium until round 13 due to the continued upgrading of the ground.
FOLLOWING R2K's participation and fundraising efforts in the 2004 St.George Relay for Life event, the NSW Cancer Council has invited R2K to again enter a team in the 2005 event.
ST.GEORGE Alive at 85
THE Kogarah Cougars JRLFC are auctioning a signed 2005 St.George Bank Dragons' jersey through the Ebay website.
KOGARAH'S OKI Jubilee Stadium will host only five out of twelve St.George-Illawarra home games in 2006 following a joint announcement between the Wollongong Sportsground Trust and the Dragons regarding a new lease agreement at WIN Stadium.
CROWD topping trifecta for OKI Jubilee Stadium
6 August 2005
COURTESY Brad Forrest (St.George Leader)