Sport Sailor upholds the family legacy with Dragons contract

17:06  09 august  2017
17:06  09 august  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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Wendell Sailor is one of the most passionate Dragons fans going round, and now he has even more reason to cheer with news that his son His outstanding debut season for the Red V caught the eye of Queensland selectors, earning him a shot in their under 20's side and carrying on his father's legacy .

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St George Illawarra young gun Tristan Sailor.© Sporting News St George Illawarra young gun Tristan Sailor.

Wendell Sailor is one of the most passionate Dragons fans going round, and now he has even more reason to cheer with news that his son, Tristan, has signed a two-year contract with the club.

Sailor has shown enormous promise in his first year with the under 20's side, guiding a successful run for the Dragons at five-eighth that has pushed them to third on the ladder.

His outstanding debut season for the Red V caught the eye of Queensland selectors, earning him a shot in their under 20's side and carrying on his father's legacy.

Now it's time for the next step in the 19-year-old's career, becoming part of the Dragons' full-time first grade squad in 2018 where has the chance to make his mark in the top flight.

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"Tristan has been quite exceptional this year. He played in Queensland's Under-20s side and as of next year will become a full-time Dragon," director of rugby league pathways Ian Millward said on the club's website.

"Tristan plays numerous positions – he's a very talented fullback and five-eighth – and he has really good vision, instinct and skills. We're really excited by his retention because we feel there's so much upside in him physically."

The youngster will recieve valuable coaching from skipper Gareth Widdop and recruit Ben Hunt who will lead the playmaking duties at the club next season.

Like his father, Sailor boasts a bulky build for a pivot and is equipped with scorching pace that has seen him carve up the lower-tier competition.

He joins a long list of players to extend their contracts next season including Gareth Widdop, Tyson Frizell, Euan Aitken, Jack de Belin, Paul Vaughan, Tim Lafai, Kurt Mann, Jai Field, Jacob Host, Blake Lawrie, Luciano Leilua and Reece Robson.

Sailor has scored 14 tries in 20 appaearances for St George-Illawarra's Holden Cup side, averaging over 110 running metres and 17 tackles per game.

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