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

Foran’s not in our sights: Hasler

by , 29 Jun 2015 Video

Canterbury NRL coach Des Hasler has hosed down speculation the Bulldogs will make a play for Manly playmaker Kieran Foran.

Gray spurs Souths to win over Manly

by , 27 Jun 2015

Aaron Gray’s stunning rookie year has continued with the hard-running winger starring in South Sydney’s 20-8 win over Manly at ANZ Stadium on Friday night.

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

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

by , 26 Jun 2015 Popular article!

The South Sydney Rabbitohs and Manly Sea Eagles clash in Friday night football at ANZ Stadium. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 7.30pm (AEST).

Foran situation ludicrous: Wayne Bennett

by , 26 Jun 2015

It’s not something heard often but Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett feels sorry for Manly.

UPDATE: Eels respond to reports Kieran Foran could walk out on deal

UPDATE: Eels respond to reports Kieran Foran could walk out on deal

by , 22 Jun 2015

According to reports from the Daily Telegraph, the new management at the Parramatta Eels could influence whether they actually land their biggest on-field prize next year, Manly five-eighth Kieran Foran.

Snake chases Beaver for the Brooky crown

Snake chases Beaver for the Brooky crown

by , 22 Jun 2015

Rewind the tape back to Round 2, where Brett Stewart’s jig resembling a hipster feeding chooks accompanied his double against Melbourne at Brookvale Oval.

C’mon Manly, Tooves deserves better

C’mon Manly, Tooves deserves better

by , 20 Jun 2015

It’s high time Manly’s chairman Scott Penn showed Geoff Toovey the same loyalty Toovey has shown his career-long club as player and coach, especially after Manly’s 30-20 win over the Tigers at Brookvale last night to climb off the bottom of the NRL table.

[VIDEO] Manly Sea Eagles vs Wests Tigers Highlights: NRL scores, blog

[VIDEO] Manly Sea Eagles vs Wests Tigers Highlights: NRL scores, blog

by , 19 Jun 2015 Popular article!

Match result: Sea Eagles 30 Tigers 20

ELLIOTT: What we can learn from the Cherry-Evans saga?

ELLIOTT: What we can learn from the Cherry-Evans saga?

by , 10 Jun 2015

With all the debate and opinion shared around Daly Cherry-Evans’ contract saga, perhaps we can take a moment to explore the wider ramifications of having Daly’s employment status being revealed to the world.

Manly’s renovation job no place for a rookie coach

Manly’s renovation job no place for a rookie coach

by , 9 Jun 2015

If recent reports regarding Fortress Brookvale are true – and let’s face it, where there’s smoke on the Peninsula there’s a Daly Cherry-Evans sized inferno – Manly’s proven historic winning blueprint is poised for the scrapheap in favour of an untried coach named Trent Barrett.


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