Manly Sea Eagles

Manly Sea EaglesThe Manly Sea Eagles were founded in 1947 and have played at Brookvale Oval since their inception. The Sea Eagles were at the peak of their powers during the 1970s where they won four Premierships out of the seven they have achieved so far in their history. Manly’s 40-0 Grand Final triumph over the Storm in 2008 is now the biggest victory margin achieved by any Australian Rugby League team in a Premiership decider.

In 2014 the Sea Eagles performed well again finishing the regular season in second place, allowing for the side to progress deeper into finals territory irrespective of win or loss in the opening elimination round. In the first round the side failed to fell eventual champions the South Sydney Rabbitohs, losing 40-24 – however, due to their regular season success Manly progressed to the semi finals. The Sea Eagles failed to convert on this second chance opportunity losing to the Bulldogs 18-17 and were consequently knocked out of the competition after a disappointing finals series.

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Manly Sea Eagles Articles

The highs and lows of Round 25 rugby league

The highs and lows of Round 25 rugby league

by , 30 Aug 2015

Sport can be so exhilarating and so devastating, as Anthony Milford and Geoff Toovey found out to kick-off the NRL’s penultimate round.

Roosters kill off Manly’s final hopes

by , 29 Aug 2015 Video

The Sydney Roosters killed off Manly’s top eight hopes and soured Geoff Toovey’s Brookvale Oval farewell with a 46-10 NRL win on Friday night.

[VIDEO] Manly Sea Eagles vs Sydney Roosters Highlights: NRL scores, blog

[VIDEO] Manly Sea Eagles vs Sydney Roosters Highlights: NRL scores, blog

by , 28 Aug 2015 Video

Match Results: Manly Sea Eagles 10 Sydney Roosters 46

Willie Mason farewells Brookvale confident of playing on

by , 27 Aug 2015

Manly veteran Willie Mason says there are several NRL clubs interested in his services but he is in no rush to decide his future.

PRENTICE: NRL fortunes could swing on this not-so-famous four

PRENTICE: NRL fortunes could swing on this not-so-famous four

by , 26 Aug 2015

Four players – three backs and one forward – will attract a hot and heavy spotlight in what shapes as a nail-biting Round 25 of the NRL competition.

Semi stops Manly’s finals charge

by , 24 Aug 2015

Manly coach Geoff Toovey has launched a scathing attack on his side, claiming they didn’t deserve to play in the NRL finals based on their performance against Parramatta.

Highlights: Semi stops Manly’s charge

by , 23 Aug 2015

A Semi Radradra-inspired Parramatta have upset Manly 20-16 to all but extinguish any chance the Sea Eagles had of making the NRL finals.

Manly Sea Eagles vs Parramatta Eels highlights: NRL scores, blog

Manly Sea Eagles vs Parramatta Eels highlights: NRL scores, blog

by , 23 Aug 2015 Popular article!

Match Results: Manly Sea Eagles 16 Parramatta Eels 20

Stewart’s offside try wasn’t the first and won’t be the last

Stewart’s offside try wasn’t the first and won’t be the last

by , 19 Aug 2015

Raiders fans were rightly (yet belatedly) blowing up on Sunday after Brett Stewart scored the match-winning try from an ‘offside’ position. I’ve seen it happen in a State of Origin match too – and I should know since I was responsible for missing it.

[Video] Referees boss admits Stewart try blunder

by , 18 Aug 2015

NRL referees boss Tony Archer has admitted that Manly fullback Brett Stewart came from an offside position in his match-deciding try that ended Canberra’s season on Sunday.


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