Rabbits 21 Hope so - we have 3 teams in the area now - GC, Donkeys and 'Phins.
We'd probably go to the 'Phin's one. GC is a bit far. Donkeys are usually quite expensive for good seats.
Liddle could be good. Bird was injury prone and has come good.
He was a very solid first graderDragons veteran Andrew McCullough has called time on his decorated career.
McCullough has been toying with the idea of retiring since the season ended and it is understood he is now expected to pull the pin before the Dragons return to pre-season training. Some of the young Dragons have already returned to training with the non-World Cup players due back on Friday. It is unlikely McCullough will be among that group and he has started to tell his teammates that he will not be joining them.
The 32-year-old still had a year to run on his contract. It is unclear if he will remain with the Dragons in an off-field role.
McCullough has had a 15-year career and cracked the 300 club this year. He made his debut for the Broncos in 2008 and went on to play 260 games for the club.
He joined the Dragons in 2021 and has long had a close relationship with coach Anthony Griffin and skipper Ben Hunt.
TALATAU AMONE (Dragons)
Talatau Amone was solid in his first full year as the Dragons’ No.6 scoring six tries in 24 games last season, but the Dragons still missed the top eight for the second straight year under Anthony Griffin.
Still just 20 years of age, Amone has the potential to be the Dragons’ long-term five-eighth, but the club desperately needs him to fulfil it earlier than expected.
Amone has scored nine tries in 35 NRL games to date and is signed until the end of 2024, so he needs a big season to convince the club he is the answer at No.6.
Amone needs to step up and help take pressure off Ben Hunt because the halfback and skipper can’t do all the playmaking duties on his own, as he did at times last season.