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Navajo Doyle


I'm glad he chose to pitch his tent with our tribe and help us take a few more scalps next season.
Wow- a native American, Irish Maori- there's some flair in that package. Those of you who saw the WW2 movie "Windtalkers" might recall that the Navajo language was used as the the Yanks code in the war in the Pacific and was never broken by the Japanese. Could be useful if we're putting on a move and want to keep the opposition in the dark.


GS can you cut and paste the Dragons as cant get through the wall.

Josh Coric
: A young middle from Albion Park who was also a part of that SG Ball premiership winning team back in 2019. Given the depth and experience of the Dragons’ pack that has added likes of Aaron Woods, George Burgess and Francis Molo, Coric will have to be patient for his chance at NRL. But he has time on his side and a contract until 2024, so the club obviously sees him as a part of their succession plan.

Jackson Shereb: Another to graduate from that gun SG Ball side, this bloke plays backrow and looks a real athlete. Big, powerful with good speed and skills, he was really impressive in his appearances in NSW Cup before suffering a knee injury.

Connor Muhleisen: A tough little hooker who was the SG Ball captain and has enough speed to cause some headaches out of dummy half. Won’t go onto a development contract until 2023 but looks to be the future No 9 given he’s the only internal long term hooking option at the moment beyond Andrew McCullough.

Shalom O’Ofou: A hard running, tough tackling middle forward who looks really promising with a style not unlike Tyson Frizell. Still only 19 but played 11 NSW Cup games in 2021 and goes onto a development contract next season.

Jaiyden Hunt: A no-nonsense prop who won’t win many headlines but at 23 you can’t help but admire his dedication and determination to get his crack at the NRL. After starting out at the Easts Tigers in Brisbane, he played under 20s for Melbourne before returning to the Tigers where the Dragons signed him on a train-and-trial contract. He then ended up getting four NRL games this year and it’s a credit to him that Anthony Griffin has kept him despite the arrival of some big name front rowers.