Quinlan busts through a couple of tackles and is brought down near the 10, he tries to grab a few extra metres but spills the ball.
Warriors let off the hook thanks to another Dragons' error inside the 20.
St George aren't completing many sets when they get close to the Warriors' line.
Leuluai's grubber at the end of the set is gathered by Nightingale and he's brought down 15 out.
Wow, a blazing fast break sparked by Fien and the Dragons tie it up.
Fien found a huge hole from dummy half, Morris makes his way down the left sideline before passing to Runciman, who slips inside for Quinlan to cross.
That was a wonderful counter attack from the Dragons and got the result it deserved.
And Chase Stanley slots from right in front to grab the lead.
It was the right edge again at fault for the Warriors, but the Dragons must be applauded for the clinical break.
Locke slips again after gathering the Dragons' grubber. Tackled a couple of metres out.
Johnson's pass knocked forward by Brett Morris. Almost an intercept there.
But the Warriors will set the scrum at their own 30-metre line.
Peyroux loses the ball in the tackle again. Looked to go backwards but it's ruled to have gone forward initially.
Dragons to take over right on halfway. Five minutes left in the half.
The Dragons now looking to add to their lead before the break.
Penalty Dragons after Johnson hangs onto the ball for too long in the tackle.
Nightingale brought down for tackle three a few metres out.
Warriors' defence barely hanging on...
Little grubber gathered by Locke but he knocks on according to the ref. Oh dear.
Dragons scrum 10 metres out.
Locke slid on his knees to claim and bumped the ball into Hurrell, replays show.
Tough test for the defence in the final moments of the half.
Tackle four right on the line...
Nightingale with an awful kick on the fourth tackle, allowing the Warriors to survive.
The fullback just prodded the ball straight into a couple of Warriors. Strange choice.
And the Warriors hang on. 20 seconds left.
Johnson kicks for touch deep in Dragons' territory. They'll get one final play.
No they won't - the scrum doesn't pack in time and that's halftime.
The Dragons fight back from a 4-0 deficit to take a two-point lead to the break.
Not a great half of football, it must be said. Let's hope the second is a bit more exciting.
It was a sedate start for the Warriors after last week's offensive explosion against the Raiders, and now they have 40 minutes to find the win they need to keep alive their season.
Stay tuned for the second spell.
We're about five minutes from resumption. Can they Warriors up their game to grab a win and remain in the playoff hunt?
And we're back. Johnson kicks off.
The Warriors have overturned five halftime deficits this season - they need to do it again.
First set for the Dragons ends with a bomb from Drinkwater which Manu knocks on.
Manu had plenty of time, not too much pressure, but just fluffed his lines.