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JETSTAR Gold Coast Titans coach John Cartwright has named his side to tackle St George Illawarra this Saturday night at WIN Stadium.
THE Wests Tigers have won their fourth game in a row, inflicting a 27-8 loss on the St George Illawarra Dragons.
INJURY has forced St Helens
THE Morris Twins and Beau Scott will return for the Dragons in their Round 9 clash with the Tigers at Telstra Stadium this Sunday
WESTS Tigers Coach Tim Sheens has named his team to play St George Illawarra Dragons at Telstra Stadium on Sunday, May 13, at 3pm.
ST George Illawarra have recorded their second victory of the season with a scrappy win over the Penrith Panthers by 28-16 at Oki Jubilee.
DEAN Young will make his long-awaited return to the Dragons from a serious knee injury for the home clash with the Panthers at OKI Jubilee Stadium this Friday night
PENRITH Panthers coach Matt Elliott has named his side to face the St George Illawarra Dragons at OKI Jubilee Stadium this Saturday evening.
THE annual Anzac Day clash has delivered the Sydney Roosters their 1000th first grade victory, and their first win on 2007
FULLBACK Brett Morris will tomorrow return from a shoulder injury in the traditional ANZAC Day clash against the Roosters at Aussie Stadium.
STUART at the Judiciary, Wagon's 200th and Ryles' shoulder.
SYDNEY Roosters coach Chris Anderson has announced the 17-man lineup that will take on the St George Illawarra Dragons this Wednesday in the traditional ANZAC clash at Aussie Stadium
2007 is a momentous year for the Sydney Roosters. While they have so far registered a string of disappointing on-field performances, the foundation Club is celebrating its 100th season and aiming for its 1,000th win against the Dragons on ANZAC day
THE Prime Minister of Australia and Dragons Number 1 ticket holder, The Hon. John Howard MP, this morning officially inducted former Dragons Robert Stone and Billy Wilson into the
TICKETS are now on sale for the match between the St.George Bank Dragons and the Penrith Panthers at Kogarah.