Thaiday is there for his entertainment skills.A few under injury clouds. Merrin, and Thaiday very lucky to be there.
Bazza you got your dark glasses and white cane out again??Kangaroos by 14! Dugan gets injured and JT and Smith have blinder. Is Dugan playing? He was injured the last NRL game v the storm. Hopeless saints players. The best is the kiwi winger from the dragon's. ..he's hard, but Dugan f***Er...snoz don't pick him mate , loyalty. ...1 series win out of 10 lozza.
He did get injured Bazza.....and I did say he gets injured virtually every game he plays because he puts so much effort into his game but he will pay for it when he retires with a battered body. Sort of like a boxer who uses his head to wear out his opponents fists.did i say - dugan will get a injury? !! Yes, bazza.
He did get injured Bazza.....and I did say he gets injured virtually every game he plays because he puts so much effort into his game but he will pay for it when he retires with a battered body. Sort of like a boxer who uses his head to wear out his opponents fists.
Yes the best way to protect yourself is not to box or just call it early onset of Parkinsons I guess. Its a sweet science BUT you can work out the results of such a career on paper and now you have UFC adding to health costs in years to comeAs a boxer there is ways to project yourself, Dugan can't even project himself the League ...haha.
Success can have its drawbacks. Add injuries into the mix and the Dragons could end with a mid season string of losses in the regular competition.ST GEORGE Illawarra coach Paul McGregor is expecting a long-term return on his decision to embrace representative football after several of his stars produced impressive performances over the rep round.
The Dragons initially had a staggering 19 players selected across all matches including four players in Sunday’s City-Country clash. The weekend will cost the club star fullback Josh Dugan for three weeks after he fractured his cheekbone playing for Australia last Friday night.
City-Country also saw Jack de Belin miss five weeks with a shoulder injury last year with that potential high price seeing the likes of Des Hasler and Ricky Stuart pull their players from the rep fixtures this season,
Representative football may yet take a further toll with the likes of Cameron McInnes, Paul Vaughan and Jack de Belin all mounting a case to join incumbents Tyson Frizell and Dugan in the NSW line-up.
It could mean his side is running on some heavy legs over the latter half of the season but McGregor said it’s ultimately the club that benefits in time.