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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 1970’s 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.

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NRL title wide open as Cowboys and Sea Eagles fall

NRL title wide open as Cowboys and Sea Eagles fall

by , 22 Sep 2014 Video

I can’t believe Penrith are rank outsiders to win the premiership from here. After next weekend I reckon they’ll be one of the only two teams left that are still alive in the competition. The bookmakers have obviously decided that Friday night’s game between South Sydney and Sydney Roosters is the real grand final. Even […]

Four questions from the NRL semi-finals

Four questions from the NRL semi-finals

by , 22 Sep 2014 Video

Last week I wrote about how amazing Round 1 of the NRL finals series was, considering all the tension, drama, excitement and great play on show across the four games. You could totally understand if the following weekend failed to live up to the lofty standards of entertainment that had been set, but instead the […]

Sea Eagles and Bulldogs showcase the best and worst of league

Sea Eagles and Bulldogs showcase the best and worst of league

by , 22 Sep 2014 Video

If Saturday night’s elimination semi-final between Manly and Canterbury had been a Shakespearean play, literary scholars would argue for weeks about what the Bard was trying to say. It was drama, tragedy, farce, violence, poetry and irony, all rolled into an amazing 80 minutes, plus extras for the DVD release. Manly may exuant as the […]

[VIDEO] Manly Sea Eagles vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Manly Sea Eagles vs Canterbury Bulldogs: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 20 Sep 2014 Popular article! Video

MATCH RESULT: Manly will be shattered that there season comes to an end in such tight circumstances, but full credit to the Bulldogs – when the game was on the line they stood up. It remains to be seen how much this one took out of them, Penrith will be pretty happy to see that […]

Hodges not Ballin set for Manly return

by , 20 Sep 2014

Manly are set to be granted the miracle injury recovery they were hoping for ahead of Saturday’s NRL semi-final against Canterbury, but hooker Matt Ballin is highly unlikely to play. Sea Eagles coach Geoff Toovey on Friday all but ruled out the prospect of Ballin making a shock return from a leg fracture suffered just […]

SMITHY: Let’s hope the Roosters and Manly had their thinking caps on

SMITHY: Let’s hope the Roosters and Manly had their thinking caps on

by , 19 Sep 2014

After watching the opening play-off matches on replay this week I was amazed at how some of those matches were appraised. The blow-out scores at half time took many of us by surprise, but it’s how it happened that the surviving teams need to get their heads around, and fast. Some might be fooled by […]

You cannot be serious: Exiting the finals in straight sets

You cannot be serious: Exiting the finals in straight sets

by , 19 Sep 2014

It’s week two of the finals, meaning for the losers there’s no more tomorrow, no more second prizes and no more adages – just time to clock off and slack on. It’s also at this point of the playoffs where we are usually afforded the opportunity to point and laugh at some unlucky club that […]

2014 NRL Finals week 2: Expert tips, predictions and banter

2014 NRL Finals week 2: Expert tips, predictions and banter

by , 19 Sep 2014

The 2014 NRL finals are upon us and the opening round provides some highly intriguing match-ups. Throughout the series The Roar‘s NRL expert tipping panel will provide you with their tips and predictions for the weekend’s games. It was always going to be fascinating putting Steve Turner, the seasoned footballer, against the statistical master Tim […]

NRL Finals Preview: Manly Sea Eagles v Canterbury Bulldogs

NRL Finals Preview: Manly Sea Eagles v Canterbury Bulldogs

by , 19 Sep 2014

The Manly Sea Eagles will travel the short distance to Allianz Stadium on Saturday night to face the Canterbury Bulldogs at home in the 2014 NRL Finals. Few have given an injury-depleted Manly side a chance of winning this game – this rings particularly true considering the 40-24 thrashing handed down by the South Sydney […]

Manly brace for end of an era

by , 17 Sep 2014

September specialists Manly say they haven’t lost their finals mojo, as they prepare for the end of an era of sustained NRL success. The Sea Eagles’ start to their 10th successive finals campaign started horribly in Friday’s 40-24 thrashing to South Sydney. But Manly are adamant the fight, and finals experience, that delivered them premierships […]


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