Wed 23 Aug 2017
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BERNARD Jackman believes the hard work of his forwards coaches on the set piece means the Dragons now have another weapon in their armoury if the expansive gameplan fails.
Jackman: We don't care about the critics, ambitious Dragons will hunt the likes of Ross Moriarty in the transfer market
BERNARD Jackman says the Dragons will keep being ambitious in the transfer market as they attempt to convince in-demand Wales and Lions ace Ross Moriarty to move to Rodney Parade.
BERNARD Jackman is hopeful of convincing Wales and Lions ace Ross Moriarty to be a stellar signing for the Dragons.
ON A night when current Wales international Ross Moriarty was the talk of Rodney Parade, the next generation of Dragons produced the goods in a 23-18 win against the Scarlets in the Anglo-Welsh Cup.
HALLAM Amos believes the Dragons’ new high-octane training regime is helping to turn their Wales contingent into proper Test contenders.
How the action unfolded when the Dragons beat the Scarlets 23-18 at Rodney Parade
MARCH 13, 2011 and we are away to Gloucester in the semi-final of what was then called the LV= Cup after topping a pool that included Saracens, London Irish and Leeds Carnegie.
AFTER being denied a debut in Edinburgh by a hamstring strain, teenage scrum-half Dan Babos is desperate to make an impression on his first Dragons outing tonight, writes Chris Kirwan.
PROP Sam Hobbs will make his return from injury for the Dragons in the Anglo-Welsh Cup clash against the Scarlets at Rodney Parade tomorrow.
THE Dragons have made no secret of their desire to be more enterprising and expansive with ball in hand this season but lock Joe Davies is happy to put himself forward for the role of hitman.