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80 Year Anniversary – 1941 Premiership

COMING OF AGE The 1941 Premiership By Geoff Armstrong BOOK EXTRACT - Spirit of the Red V WILSON’S PROMONTORY IS 240 kilometres south-east of Melbourne. Lieutenant Gordon Hart left his special forces camp there on a milk truck at 4 o’clock on the Friday morning, travelling for four hours to south-west Melbourne, hoping to get...

Vale Dick Huddart

The St George District Rugby League Football Club are saddened to learn that Dick Huddart, a premiership winner with St George, Ashes winner with Great Britain and Championship and Challenge Cup winner with St Helens, has died, aged 85. From the start of his football career, Huddart seemed destined for greatness. In a preview of...

Vale Robin Gourley

The St George District Rugby League Football Club are deeply saddened by the passing of former front-rower Robin Gourley. He was 85. Robin played for Country Firsts and New South Wales in 1962 as a representative of the Wagga Wagga Kangaroos. Originally from Strabane in Northern Ireland, Gourley was a 21-year-old rugby union forward when...

Own Your Piece of History – Knitted Red V Jersey

The Red V is the essence of tradition for the Dragons, synonymous with the rich heritage and success of the Club, it was proudly worn through the famed 11 straight premierships 1956 – 1966. The distinctive design is a true representation of the non-sponsored, clean Red V from a world record winning era in Rugby...

St George Dragons to Open ‘Spirit of the Red V’ Museum

The St George District Rugby League Football Club have today launched the Spirit of the Red V Museum at St George Leagues Club – as part of the Centenary celebrations. The Spirit of the Red V Museum captures a timeline that takes a journey from that inaugural game in 1921 through to the present day...

Dragons Stars inducted into Legends Walk

St George District Rugby League Football Club have today officially inducted three new Dragons’ players, along with the Club’s inaugural St George team of 1921 into the “Legends Walk” at Kogarah, as part of the Club’s Centenary celebrations. Modern day legends Ben Creagh, Ben Hornby and Jason Nightingale have been chosen and added to the...

Cement Your Place on the Legends Walk

The Legends Walk was officially opened by Immortal Norm Provan on 6 March 2004.  The unique memorial recognizes personal contributions to the success of the St George DRLFC since its inception in 1921. Inductees in the Legends Walk: Brian Clay, Mark Coyne, Reg Gasnier, Ken Kearney, Johnny King, Graeme Langlands, Eddie Lumsden, Matt McCoy, Noel...

Legends Walk Unveil to Kick-Start Dragons Centenary Celebrations in Kogarah

The St George District Rugby League Football Club, in conjunction with the St George Illawarra Dragons, will this Sunday officially unveil four new inductees into the “Legends Walk” at Kogarah - the first official event of the Centenary celebrations. The St George District Rugby League Football Club was officially formed at the Kogarah School of...

Centenary Merchandise and Memorabilia

Centenary Merchandise and Memorabilia Range The St George District Rugby League Football Club, in partnership with Classic Sportwear, has developed an exclusive and commemorative merchandise range in celebration of the Centenary year. The extremely popular range features men’s and women’s apparel including dress jacket, polos and hoodies, men’s long and short sleeve jersey, commemorative football,...

Dragons too strong for Roosters in Tarsha Cup GF

St George Dragons have continued their giant-killing form in the Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup after scoring a convincing 30-4 win over Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy in the Grand Final at Leichhardt Oval today. The Roosters took a 4-0 lead after only three minutes but it was all the Dragons from that point on with...

ANZAC Day – Reflections

Podcast double episode

Join Tim Gilbert as he chats with sport historian, author and Dragons tragic Geoff Armstrong about the rise of the Dragons and what Rugby League was like as the Red V started a unique chapter in sporting history. This month we have two episodes for you. 1963 - the Gladiators Norm Provan announces his retirement, Johnny Kings...