The St George Illawarra Dragons chances of playing finals football may have been extinguished in recent weeks, but that doesn't mean the team's season is over.
With four matches to go, the side is determined to finish the year on a high and harm a couple of their rivals finals chances in the process.
That goal starts on Sunday when the Dragons take on fierce rivals Cronulla at PointsBet Stadium.
Retiring forward, and former Shark, Jeremy Latimore said the Cronulla clash is one the team is always determined to win.
"It's a local derby, it's always a good challenge and a game you put on the calendar," Latimore said. "They're still in a position where they can make the finals, so hopefully we can play spoiler.
"We just want to keep winning, we hadn't had that winning feeling for a long time, so that was great on the weekend, getting in there and singing the song and celebrating James' (Graham) milestone, Euan's (Aitken) and Jackson's (Ford) debut."
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