Posts Tagged "Manly Sea Eagles"

For most of the 2014 season, Manly have been their usual Manly selves. Methodical, rugged, savvy and insular, and forever continually getting jobs done from all sorts of tight nooks and crannies.

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Star hooker Matt Ballin is on track to make an early return from a leg fracture should Manly qualify for an NRL preliminary final.

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For the first time in NRL history we’ve got an all-Sydney top four. The boys from Manly take on the Bunnies on Friday night, while Penrith face the defending premier Roosters on Saturday.

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I know I am going to come off sounding like a whinging Manly fan here but where is the incentive in coming second? The home finals system obviously favours some teams and those who play at suburban grounds come off second best.

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While some have questioned his NRL finals bona fides, South Sydney coach Michael Maguire has welcomed halfback Adam Reynolds back into the side to face Manly on Friday with open arms.

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The Manly Sea Eagles will be looking to get their 2014 NRL finals campaign off to a blistering start against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Allianz Stadium this Friday, after having their minor premiership aspirations scuppered by an impressive Cowboys outfit last Saturday night.

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South Sydney coach Michael Maguire claims his side’s defeat to Manly in last year’s NRL preliminary final will have no bearing on Friday’s qualifying final clash at Allianz Stadium.

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Allianz Stadium will become the land of opportunity for South Sydney when the NRL finals series begins on Friday night.

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The minor premiership is on the line for the Manly Sea EaglesĀ in Round 26, but they will have to defeat top four hopefuls the North Queensland Cowboys to secure top spot on the ladder. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7:30pm (AEST).

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After 16 straight days of weather that would have had religious Sydneysiders building arks, the last day of winter saw the sun emerge and the crowds come out on the northern beaches.

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I bleed maroon and white. Have done, since 1987.

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Manly’s stunning comeback to beat Penrith yesterday has saved their season. Whether that translates into a premiership remains to be seen, but at least they’ve got the kick-start their campaign desperately needed.

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A high quality contest awaits as top four hopefuls the Penrith Panthers travel to Brookvale Oval to take on potential minor premiers the Manly Sea Eagles. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 3:00pm AEST.

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The end of a glorious era is nigh at Manly. A day after long-standing prop Jason King announced his retirement, the club revealed South Sydney-bound back-rower Glenn Stewart had played his last NRL game in the maroon and white due to season-ending ankle surgery.

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Parramatta have produced one of their best second-half performances in years to come from behind and beat NRL table-toppers Manly 22-12 in a thrilling clash at Pirtek Stadium.

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MATCH RESULT: A game of two halves at Pirtek Stadium on Friday night has seen the Parramatta Eels knock off the league leading Manly Sea Eagles 22-12.

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Manly coach Geoff Toovey says Steve Matai will return from a shoulder injury for Friday’s round-24 NRL clash with Parramatta, as the Sea Eagles seek to deliver a telling blow to the Eels’ finals hopes.

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MATCH RESULT: The Manly Sea Eagles have defeated the Gold Coast Titans on Sunday afternoon to move into first position on the premiership ladder.

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Until Friday night I wouldn’t have thought Souths were true title contenders. But the way they ambushed the competition leaders, maybe we won’t be labelling them as chokers once again come finals time.

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South Sydney have revived their minor premiership hopes and left Manly licking their wounds after a bruising NRL top-of-the-table clash at the SCG.

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