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At first glance, seventh place and a 15-9 record looks like a job pretty well done for the St George Illawarra Dragons.

But the 2018 NRL season could have been so much better for Paul McGregor’s men, who led the comp before falling away sharply at the back end of the year.

Big-money recruit Ben Hunt came in for plenty of criticism when things went south, so the spotlight will be on him when the Dragons suit up for 2019.

Can the Red V put together a complete campaign this time around? Let’s see where they stand in the latest NRL betting markets.

About the St George Illawarra Dragons

Established: 1998
Home grounds: Jubilee Oval and WIN Stadium
Coach: Paul McGregor
Captain: Gareth Widdop
Premierships: One – 2010
2018 ladder finish: Seventh (15-9)

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2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds
Feb $13 $1.40 $3.75 G Widdop $17
Mar $15 $1.70 $3 G Widdop $23
Apr $15 $1.58 $2.75 B Hunt $27
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Best St George Illawarra bets for NRL 2019

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2019 St George Illawarra draw

St George Illawarra NRL fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium Saturday, March 16 7:35pm
2 South Sydney Rabbitohs Jubilee Oval Thursday, March 21 7:50pm
3 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Thursday, March 28 7:50pmpm
4 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, April 7 6:10pm
5 Canterbury Bulldogs Jubilee Oval Sunday, April 14 4:05pm
6 Manly Sea Eagles WIN Stadium Saturday, April 20 7:35pm
7 Sydney Roosters Sydney Cricket Ground Thursday, April 25 4:05pm
8 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Sunday, May 5 4:05pm
9 New Zealand Warriors Suncorp Stadium Saturday, May 11 5:30pm
10 Newcastle Knights Glen Willow Oval Sunday, May 19 2pm
11 Cronulla Sharks WIN Stadium Sunday, May 26 4:05pm
12 BYE
13 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Monday, June 10 4pm
14 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Sunday, June 16 2pm
15 North Queensland Cowboys WIN Stadium Friday, June 28 6pm
16 Melbourne Storm WIN Stadium Thursday, July 4 7:50pm
17 Canberra Raiders WIN Stadium Sunday, July 14 6:10pm
18 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Friday, July 19 7:55pm
19 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Friday, July 26 7:55pm
20 Parramatta Eels Jubilee Oval Sunday, August 4 4:05pm
21 Gold Coast Titans Jubilee Oval Saturday, August 10 3pm
22 Cronulla Sharks Shark Park Sunday, August 18 4:05pm
23 Sydney Roosters Jubilee Oval Saturday, August 24 7:35pm
24 Wests Tigers Sydney Cricket Ground Sunday, September 1 4:05pm
25 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Saturday, September 7 7:35pm

Dragons players to watch in 2019

Gareth Widdop, St George Illawarra DragonsGareth Widdop
Born: 12/3/1989
Games: 187
Tries: 42
Position: Fullback

This section is usually reserved for up-and-coming youngsters and high-profile signings, but Gareth Widdop’s importance to the St George Illawarra Dragons cannot be overstated. The Englishman is slated to play fullback this year and there is a good chance the Red V will go alright if he flourishes in the no.1 jersey.

Dragons star Ben HuntBen Hunt
Born: 27/3/1990
Games: 214
Tries: 52
Position: Halfback

St George Illawarra’s big-money recruit is under the gun after some lukewarm efforts in the back half of his maiden season at the club. The Dragons have plenty of options in the halves this year, so Hunt will need to work a lot harder if he hopes to retain his place in Queensland’s State of Origin team.

Corey Norman at Parramatta EelsCorey Norman
Born: 3/2/1991
Games: 170
Tries: 27
Position: Five-eighth

A talented trouble-magnet, Corey Norman is looking for a fresh start after a forgettable final season at Parramatta. His quality is beyond doubt, but the question is whether he can stay out of trouble and mesh with Hunt et al the way he failed to with Mitchell Moses at the Eels.

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