Off-contract Benji Marshall has been guaranteed a farewell game with St George Illawarra despite his sacking from the Dragons side to play Parramatta.The Dragons said Marshall had been rested when their NRL team was named on Tuesday and the former Golden Boot winner wont be forced to play reserve grade.Coach Paul McGregor has preferred Drew Hutchinson in the halves alongside Gareth Widdop for Monday nights clash.But a possible NRL farewell for Marshall is likely against Newcastle in the final round of the season.Mary came to me on Monday and said he had a proposition, Marshall told News Corp Australia.He said he wanted to have a look at Drew for next year, but would still bring me back for the final game of the year. And Im sweet with that - totally understand.Marshall is off contract with the Dragons at the end of the season.In other news as teams were named for round 25, Danny Fualalo replaces the suspended Sam Kasiano for Canterburys match against North Queensland at Belmore Sports Ground on Thursday.Matt Scott returns from a back injury for the visitors.Dylan Walker is back from what was thought to be a season-ending shoulder injury for Manlys match with Canberra at Brookvale Oval on Saturday.Apisai Koroisau returns to hooker for the home side.Josh Hodgson is back from suspension for the visitors and Edrick Lee returns from injury for his cousin Brenko on the wing.Ash Taylors return for Gold Coast pushes Jarryd Hayne to fullback and David Mead out of the side for Saturday evenings clash with Penrith in Queensland.Skipper Paul Gallen has overcome a calf injury for Cronullas Saturday night match with Sydney Roosters at Southern Cross Group Stadium. Winger Sosaia Feki is back from a groin injury for the Sharks.Tuimoala Lolohea and Solomone Kata have regained their spots as the Warriors host Wests Tigers on Sunday.David Nofoaluma is the Tigers new fullback in the absence of James Tedesco. Jordan Rankin has been shifted to the wing by coach Jason Taylor.Jarrod Mullen is back at five-eighth as Newcastle host South Sydney at Hunter Stadium on Sunday.Beau Scott, Brad Takairangi and Tepai Moeroa boost Parramatta to end an era of Monday night football for the NRL.Both Melbourne and Brisbane are unchanged for Friday nights AAMI Park clash. Authentic Ray Ban Sunglasses Wholesale .C. -- Calgarys Kevin Koe did it the hard way again. Ray Ban Sunglasses Sale Cheap . And when it opened, every player was at his stall. Thats a sure sign that a team is in a slump and is searching for answers. "Its embarrassing to be at home and play the way we did," said defenceman Josh Gorges. http://www.cheapraybanfromchina.com/ . 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FORSYTH, Ill. -- Clariss Guce moved into position to earn an LPGA Tour card for next season, winning the Decatur-Forsyth Classic on Sunday for her second Symetra Tour title of the year.The 26-year-old former Cal State Northridge player closed with a 1-under 71 for a two-stroke victory.Anytime you win, it feels great, said Guce, who moved to California with her family from the Philippines in 2001. Every win is special and Im just overjoyed.She finished at 10-under 206 and earned $19,500 to jump from 12th to seventh on the money list with $56,656. The top 10 after the final seven events will earn LPGA Tour cards.There is still a lot more golf, and anything can still happen, said Guce, also the winner last month in Rochester, New York. Just like in Rochester, I went from 84th to 12th, so you just never know.Guce birdied the par-5 sixth and 14th and bogeyed the par-4 12th in the final round.ddddddddddddhe was doused with water again by her crew of rookie friends -- Kristin Coleman, Jenny Coleman, Mallory Kent and Dana Finkelstein -- as soon as she came off the 18th green.I knew I was going to get soaked, Guce said. I saw them walking around with a lot of bottles of water, and I was thinking dont screw it up and just two-putt.Jackie Stoelting and Laura Gonzalez Escallon tied for second. Escallon had a 67, and Stoelting shot 70. Stoelting also has two victories this year.Nelly Korda (71), Erica Popson (72) and Wichanee Meechai (67) tied for fourth at 7 under, and Kendall Dye (72) was another stroke back, along with Brittany Marchand (67) and Pavarisa Yoktuan (72). ' ' '