Dragons recruit all for off-season player trades

By Mitch Jennings
Updated March 2 2016 - 4:18pm, first published 1:05pm
GOOD FIT: Tim Lafai has described his switch from the Bulldogs to the Dragons as a win-win situation ahead of his debut for his new club.
GOOD FIT: Tim Lafai has described his switch from the Bulldogs to the Dragons as a win-win situation ahead of his debut for his new club.

AN unprecedented wave of player movements and transfers in the lead-up to the 2016 season was enough to send fans cross-eyed but Dragons recruit Tim Lafai believes the system isn’t entirely broken. 

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