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Wests Tigers vs St George Illawarra Dragons, live stream, live blog, SuperCoach scores, videos, Ben Hunt, Adam Doeuihi, Dally M Medal

St George Illawarra Dragons and Wests Tigers are all level at 16-16 when they clash at Combbank Stadium.

The Tigers and Dragons bounced back to score three tries in the second half to lock up the score with a try by Zach Lomax.

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62nd minute

Zach Lomax’s earlier attempt to see the Dragons lock up the results was denied.

44th minute

Zac Lomax set up Tautu Moga to start the second half to get the Dragons back on track.

34th minute

Jock Madden set up a freebie double in the first as the Tigers took the lead in the order.

32nd minute

Jack Bird was sent to the sin bin to reduce the Dragons to 12 men for the second time after turning 10 in favor of a repeated back-talk penalty.

25th minute

Doihee set up rookie Tom Freebair for his first NRL try with the Hoys’ second try as the Tigers took the lead.

22nd minute

Adam Doehi cut through the gap from Faamanu Brown to score.

19th minute

Dragons fullback Cody Ramsey was disallowed for taking out Starford Toa in a scoring chance that opened the door for the Tigers.

6th minute

Tautu Moga set up a stupid grub for Jayden Su’A to score in his 100th NRL game and give the Dragons an early lead.

Match preview

The Wests Tigers will be hoping to avoid the wooden spoon after a shocking result against the St George Illawarra Dragons.

Jack De Belin starts with Aaron Woods moving to the bench and Jack Bird moving from center to lock.

Tyrell Sloan starts on the wing, while Matthew Fegay shifts to centre.

The Tigers are level on points with the Gold Coast Titans but occupy last place due to poor points difference.

And with a final round clash against fast-finishing Canberra Raiders, who are pushing for a finals berth, this could be the Concorde outfit’s best chance of getting off the foot of the ladder.

But the Tigers will have to do so without star forward James Tamu after he was suspended after verbally abusing a referee in their humiliating loss to the Sydney Roosters.

Luke Garner (knock on the head), Ken Mamalo (groin) and Alex Seyfarth (shoulder) are out for the clash.

The Dragons are officially out of the finals and can’t finish higher than 10th on the ladder, but they still represent a dangerous outfit.

Anthony Griffin’s team put up 46 points against the Titans last week, 16 of which came from just 12 men on the field.

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However, the big story coming out of the Jubilee Stadium is the future of Ben Hunt.

The star half-back has revived himself since his move to the Dragons and is a hot favorite for a Dally M medal, but reports have emerged of a £700,000 extension offer, a figure many consider a low-ball offer.

The 32-year-old could command a figure north of $750,000 and it will be interesting to see if the latest reports have any effect on his performance.

Jack Bird has been moved to the centers to replace the suspended Moses Mbi.

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