With the 2018 season drawing nearer, we will begin to look at how each team is shaping up for the season ahead.

Today, we take a look at the St George Illawarra Dragons – and what their best 17 looks like.

Dragons 2022 Player Movements

2022 Gains
George Burgess (Wigan Warriors, 2023), Jack Gosiewski (Manly Sea Eagles, 2022), Moses Mbye (Wests Tigers, 2023), Tautau Moga (South Sydney Rabbitohs, 2022), Francis Molo (North Queensland Cowboys, 2024), Shalom Oofou (2022), Jaydn Su'a (South Sydney Rabbitohs, 2024), Moses Suli (Manly Sea Eagles, 2024), Aaron Woods (Cronulla Sharks, 2023)
2022 Losses
Gerard Beale (released), Eddie Blacker (Penrith Panthers), Billy Brittain (released), Adam Clune (Newcastle Knights), Matthew Dufty (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs), Kaide Ellis (Wigan Warriors), Hayden Lomax (released), Cameron McInnes (Cronulla Sharks), Trent Merrin (retired), Corey Norman (Retired), Jordan Pereira (Brisbane Broncos), Shaun Sauni-Esau (released), Paul Vaughan (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs), Brayden Wiliame (rugby union)
Tyrell Fuimaono (2023), Cody Ramsey (2024)
Off Contract 2022
Daniel Alvaro, Jack Bird, Billy Burns, Poasa Faamausili, Jackson Ford, Jack Gosiewski, Blake Lawrie, Josh McGuire, Tautau Moga, Shalom Oofou, Tariq Sims

2018 Predicted Lineup

  1. Matthew Dufty
  2. Jason Nightingale
  3. Euan Aitken
  4. Tim Lafai
  5. Nene Macdonald
  6. Gareth Widdop ©
  7. Ben Hunt
  8. James Graham
  9. Cameron McInnes
  10. Paul Vaughn
  11. Tyson Frizell
  12. Tariq Sims
  13. Jack De Belin
  14. Kurt Mann
  15. Leeson Ah Mau
  16. Jeremy Latimore
  17. Mitchell Allgood

Coach: Paul McGregor

Reserves: Jacob Host, Jai Field, Hame Sele, Luciano Leilua.

The Big Question: Will Gareth Widdop be able to gel with new halves partner Ben Hunt after failing to share the spotlight with the previous marquee signing Benji Marshall across the 2015-16 seasons?

Predicted Finish: 4th

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