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St George Illawarra Dragons

Dragons down Tigers, as No.7 jumper remains wide open

Full contact: Tariq Sims charges into the Tigers defence.

The race for the Dragons No.7 jumper remains wide open with all four contenders for the spot alongside Gareth Widdop come round one turning in mixed performances in the Dragons 20-10 trial win over Wests Tigers at WIN Stadium on Saturday.

Tigers make key addition to help keep star quartet

Priorities: Wests Tigers are keen to keep Mitchell Moses, Luke Brooks and James Tedesco at the club beyond 2017.

The Wests Tigers need to lock up their four biggest names who are off-contract at the end of 2017. And they've made a significant addition which could help them keep Aaron Woods, James Tedesco, Mitchell Moses and Luke Brooks at the club.

Dragons half Hutchison out for season

Season over: Dragons half Drew Hutchison was injured at training.

St George Illawarra have been left reeling by a season-ending ACL injury to young halfback Drew Hutchison less than a week before the club breaks up for Christmas.

McGregor walks away from signing players

Off-contract: Josh Dugan.

St George Illawarra coach Paul McGregor will take a step away from recruitment and retention next year after admitting instability around player contracts was a huge factor in the Dragons disappointing 2016 season.

Why a new Dragon is happy to defy girlfriend's barbs

Transition: Nene Macdonald is happy to swap the Titans for the Dragons.

When your girlfriend tells you your spending too much time with someone, it's probably best to listen. But Nene Macdonald hasn't. And doesn't plan on doing so if it means he can get a head start at his new club.

Panthers recruit sprays Dragons' shackled style

Mitch Rein plans to show his silky skills at the Panthers.

Mitch Rein has opened up about the toll his departure from St George Illawarra has taken, revealing he is relieved to be free of the "limitations" the Dragons coaching staff put on the side's sputtering attack.