Gold Coast
Titans
20
St George Illawarra
Dragons
10
FULLTIME
2017-06-30T08:00:00Z
Cbus Super Stadium

Preview

The Titans have welcomed five-eighth Tyrone Roberts and lock Chris McQueen back into the side, with John Olive and Jamal Fogarty the two to make way.

St George, on the other hand, has placed Euan Aitken in the centres and moved Kurt Mann into the halves, while Jack de Belin returns from suspension at lock.

The only injury for both sides is Paul Vaughan for the Dragons, who have been replaced by Leeson Ah Mau at prop.

St George has struggled to play consistent football over the past month but should get back on track with a win here.

Dragons by 10.

Team Lists

Team Stats


Scoring Plays

Titans   Dragons
3 Tries 1
1 Conversions 1
3 Penalty Goals 2
0 Field Goals 0

Attack

Titans   Dragons
162 All Runs 150
1,455 All Run Metres 1,408
3 Line Breaks 4
9 Offloads 9

Defense

Titans   Dragons
401 Kick Metres 426
0 40/20 0
300 Tackles 327
33 Missed Tackles 15

Discipline

Titans   Dragons
7 Penalties Conceded 11
8 Errors 9
0 Sin Bin 0
0 Send Offs 0

Player Stats

Summary

 

3 COMMENTS

  1. Yeah, thanks to some of the worst officiating ever seen. Seriously that is the last time I pay $90 to take my family to the footy to see it ruined by idiot refs and touchies who have no idea about the rules. Disgrace. RL needs to have a look at itself and how unprofessional and second rate it looks when the toolbags officiating games can’t get the basics right.

  2. The Dragons have a poor record on the Gold Coast and have been seriously dudded by officials up their before – most notably in Rd 25 2015. That said, McGregor should never have played either Dugan or Frizell as they were carrying injuries, Friz with a recurrence of his chronic back problem. Picking a debutant in Lawrie for a ‘must win’ game was unnecessary and backfired big time. The Dragons season is slipping away week by week.

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