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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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Manly demolition opens trade season

Manly demolition opens trade season

by , 24 Oct 2014

Rest easy northern beaches residents, that crumbling sound is not a catastrophic failure of the Manly Dam, but the toppling of the Berlin-esque wall that divided the Sea Eagles’ Pittwater Road headquarters. So with a splash of Penn family ink, most Manly fans are not only breathing easier but the rest of the competition can […]

Manly set to retain stars after ownership shake-up

by , 24 Oct 2014

Manly’s streamlined leadership structure could result in the retention of a number of Sea Eagles stars, after multi-millionaire Rick Penn assumed a 90 per cent stake in the NRL club on Thursday. Under Penn’s co-ownership with energy company Quantum, the Sea Eagles board was one of the most dysfunctional in the game, which filtered down […]

Anthony Watmough could remain at Manly after Penn purchase

by , 23 Oct 2014

Multi-millionaire Rick Penn has purchased his co-owner’s share in the Manly Sea Eagles, a move likely to have significant ramifications for the retention of key players and staff at the NRL club, including star forward Anthony Watmough. Penn now owns 90 per cent of the Sea Eagles, after buying out co-owners Quantum in a deal […]

Top 10 NRL off-season moves

by , 16 Oct 2014

Although the premiership party remains in full swing in Redfern, much of the NRL’s attention has swiftly turned to 2015 and beyond. Every club has dipped into the transfer market, some far more than others. Teams such as the Sharks, Titans and Tigers have recruited in decent numbers, reflecting their need to overhaul their rosters […]

Mastermind season review: Manly Sea Eagles

Mastermind season review: Manly Sea Eagles

by , 2 Oct 2014

If ever there was a perfect time for Geoff Toovey to call for an investigation into the Manly Sea Eagles, it’s now. After finishing second on the ladder despite the internal dramas which threatened to rip the club apart, the Sea Eagles crashed out of the finals in straight sets. Only the most fanatical Manly […]

Manly skipper Lyon named NRL’s best captain

Manly skipper Lyon named NRL’s best captain

by , 29 Sep 2014

For so many years Manly have been a side that barely even needed a captain. But the good ship Sea Eagles almost capsized in 2014, and amid tumultuous circumstances, skipper Jamie Lyon came to the fore as a leader. Lyon was recognised for his steady head by being named captain of the year at the […]

NRL title wide open as Cowboys and Sea Eagles fall

NRL title wide open as Cowboys and Sea Eagles fall

by , 22 Sep 2014

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

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

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!

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 […]


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