There has not been a bad game between the Dragons & the Roosters for many a year & with both sides desperate for a win on Monday, things should not be any different.
The only thing between Saints & victory last year was a long casualty list & the brilliance of Brad Fittler. Well, that bloke has gone & we finally have a full-strength squad to choose from so if Saints play to their potential we are a very good chance to take the two points against our old mate Craig �The Sook� Fitzgibbon & co.
Right now, with only one win from five starts, the team needs the support of all its fans more than ever. We have seen glimpses of commitment in the Penrith, Manly & Brisbane matches but what we want is 100% commitment. The fans can guarantee 100% commitment in the stands & hopefully the men representing us on the field will follow suit.
It is technically a Roosters home game but Saints fans always lift for big occasions so get out there to the SFS on Monday at 3pm. Wear your Red & White, bring your voices & Fire Up!
GETTING THERE & AWAY: Aussie Stadium is located in Sydney�s Moore Park district, south east of the CBD. The stadium is serviced by regular buses from the CBD, which leave from Circular Quay & the city�s Elizabeth Street. Sydney Busses also deploy busses from Chalmers Street next to Central Station. Please see the Sydney Busses website for more details: http://www.sydneybuses.nsw.gov.au/
TICKET PRICES: General Admission tickets are $22. Dragons season ticket holders can buy tickets at the gate for $8.
WHERE ARE THE ARMY SITTING?: The Dragon Army will be sitting (or standing) in Bay 38 on the Eastern side of the stadium. This is a General Admission area. We�re only a few bays across from the Chook Pen supporters � not that you�d know from the lack of noise coming from their bay.
BEST PUBS: There are plenty of pubs to choose from around the general vicinity of the stadium. The Captain Cook on the corner of Anzac Parade & Moore Park Road is the most well known & a popular choice, as is the Olympic further up the road. On ANZAC Day, if you�re keen for Two Up, the Olympic has a busy Two Up ring that�s always a lot of fun, especially if you win big!!