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I would like to congratulate both Kogarah Council and Robert Stone from the St.George DRLFC for their continual effort and commitment towards a genuine return to Kogarah Jubilee Oval.
Yes Kogarah Oval is a community asset, one rich with tradition and history. It's an icon the whole community takes pride in especially the rugby league community. It's instantly recognisable and associated with the success of the Dragons.
It's a place where we had the opportunity to not only witness history but also partake in the rich fabric that is Kogarah Oval. It's this participation and consequent history that has formed an unbreakable bond between St.George now St.George Illawarra Dragon fans and their spiritual home Kogarah Jubilee Oval.
It's a place that holds many memories for so many people not only in the St.George district but also throughout Australia and the World. It's a place where we have seen the three Dragons Immortals develop their talents. It's a place that has set the foundation to many premierships.
For the people who didn't get to experience the premierships and glory days, the club now has the opportunity to not only relive those golden days but add another chapter for other generations to come, and experience the magic and history of Kogarah Oval.
A dinner with the three Saints Immortal is being organized on the 23/08/2002 at the Novotel Brighton Le Sands to further promote the issue of the Dragons returning to Kogarah. For more information visit www.r2k.info or to book your seats for this event, please call 0402 816 697, fax 02 6295 8243.
Come on Dragons fans old and new lets make history together.