In what is probably not a surprise to many, the St George Illawarra Dragons and head coach Anthony Griffin have parted ways.
After an inconsistent tenure with the club that saw several baffling selection decisions, the final straw appeared to come this past week when they were humbled by the North Queensland Cowboys.
Dragons CEO Ryan Webb thanked Griffin for his time at the club.
“These decisions are never taken lightly and on behalf of the club I want to thank Anthony for all his hard work during his time at the Dragons,” Webb said.
“Unfortunately our performances over the first 10 games of this season have not met the club’s expectations so it was decided he should finish up his duties this week.”
In the interim, assistant coach Ryan Carr will take up the helm until a replacement for season 2024 is found.