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The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles are an Australian rugby league club based on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. They compete in the NRL (National Rugby League) Premiership, the premier rugby league competition of Australasia. The club was established in 1947.

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Manly Sea Eagles coaches Willie Peters and Dan Ferris in fist fight in The Rocks - The Sydney Morning Herald

A fight between Manly staffers Willie Peters and Dan Ferris could cost them their jobs after a wild night in the Rocks.

The NRL is awaiting a report from Manly following revelations Sea Eagles assistant coach Willie Peters and the club's head of high performance, Ferris, were involved in a fight outside the Orient Hotel. Police were called to break up the fisticuffs and issued an infringement notice to Peters for offensive behaviour. Neither of them cooperated with police inquiries.

Exit: Manly assistant coach Willie Peters departed Manly by mutual agreement on Friday. Exit: Manly assistant coach Willie Peters departed Manly by mutual agreement on Friday. Photo: Simon Alekna

It's understood neither Manly nor the NRL were aware of the incident until Fairfax Media broke the news on Thursday morning.

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NRL 2017: Manly assistant coach Willie Peters sacked after pub fist fight - NEWS.com.au

MANLY have sacked assistant coach Willie Peters after an altercation with the club’s high-performance director Dan Ferris.

Peters, a former South Sydney and St George Illawarra halfback, was involved in a fight with Ferris outside a pub in The Rocks on Wednesday night.

The pair were spoken to by police, with Peters issued with an infringement notice for offensive behaviour.

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However the disagreement has now cost Peters his job at Manly, after the club launched an investigation on Thursday.

“The Sea Eagles will not tolerate misconduct and expect all employees to represent the club at the highest standard,” Sea Eagles owner Scott Penn said.

“All employees agree to the club’s code of conduct and know what is expected of them.

“We must...


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Manly prodigy Tom Wright scores hat-trick in big Holden Cup upset to complicate Matt Moylan links - Fox Sports

SPECULATION linking Matt Moylan with a move to Manly for next season continues to bubble away but the semi-final performance of one of the club’s next generation stars has provided an intriguing subplot.

Tom Wright was in sizzling form as the Sea Eagles’ Holden Cup side continued their fairytale finals run after finishing the season in eighth place, knocking over minor premiers and competition favourites the Sharks in a massive upset.

Wright scored a hat-trick in the 42-22 victory, including a phenomenal try to seal the match when the five-eighth ripped the ball out of an opponent’s arms before teasing Cronulla’s defensive line with a probing run and finish (watch that try in the player above).

It was a performance that had Fox League’s commentators fawning over the former schoolboys rugby star, with Wright starting to look ready for a crack at first grade.

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NRL 2017: Manly assistant coach Willie Peters sacked after pub fist fight - NEWS.com.au

MANLY have sacked assistant coach Willie Peters after an altercation with the club’s high-performance director Dan Ferris.

Peters, a former South Sydney and St George Illawarra halfback, was involved in a fight with Ferris outside a pub in The Rocks on Wednesday night.

The pair were spoken to by police, with Peters issued with an infringement notice for offensive behaviour.

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However the disagreement has now cost Peters his job at Manly, after the club launched an investigation on Thursday.

“The Sea Eagles will not tolerate misconduct and expect all employees to represent the club at the highest standard,” Sea Eagles owner Scott Penn said.

“All employees agree to the club’s code of conduct and know what is expected of them.

“We must...


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Manly Sea Eagles set to finalise Trent Barrett contract extension ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Manly are confident of heading off any interest from Canterbury in Trent Barrett by shortly finalising an upgraded and extended contract for their head coach.

Barrett has been mentioned among possible successors to Des Hasler, who was sacked by the Bulldogs this week, alongside Canberra assistant Dean Pay, Canterbury assistant Jim Dymock and ex-South Sydney mentor Michael Maguire.

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Manly prodigy Tom Wright scores hat-trick in big Holden Cup upset to complicate Matt Moylan links - Fox Sports

SPECULATION linking Matt Moylan with a move to Manly for next season continues to bubble away but the semi-final performance of one of the club’s next generation stars has provided an intriguing subplot.

Tom Wright was in sizzling form as the Sea Eagles’ Holden Cup side continued their fairytale finals run after finishing the season in eighth place, knocking over minor premiers and competition favourites the Sharks in a massive upset.

Wright scored a hat-trick in the 42-22 victory, including a phenomenal try to seal the match when the five-eighth ripped the ball out of an opponent’s arms before teasing Cronulla’s defensive line with a probing run and finish (watch that try in the player above).

It was a performance that had Fox League’s commentators fawning over the former schoolboys rugby star, with Wright starting to look ready for a crack at first grade.

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Manly Sea Eagles set to finalise Trent Barrett contract extension ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Manly are confident of heading off any interest from Canterbury in Trent Barrett by shortly finalising an upgraded and extended contract for their head coach.

Barrett has been mentioned among possible successors to Des Hasler, who was sacked by the Bulldogs this week, alongside Canberra assistant Dean Pay, Canterbury assistant Jim Dymock and ex-South Sydney mentor Michael Maguire.

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Manly set for shock signing for 2018 - Wide World of Sports

Popular Dragons forward Joel Thompson is set for a shock switch to Manly in 2018.

Thompson is contracted to the Dragons for next season but the two clubs are close to coming to a deal that will see him change colours.

The news will come as a major surprise to Dragons fans, with Thompson one of their most consistent forwards this season.

But the Sea Eagles have lost experienced forwards Brenton Lawrence (Titans), and Nate Myles (Storm) and feel the hard-running Thompson will boost their pack strength.

The 29-year-old Thompson is a 10-year NRL veteran, having started his career with the Raiders in 2008.

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NRL 2017: Joel Thompson may leave Dragons as Manly Sea Eagles circle - Fox Sports

DRAGONS fan favourite Joel Thompson concedes he may not be wearing the Red V next year as Manly make a play for his services.

Thompson is under contract with St. George Illawarra for 2018 but on Friday afternoon responded to a Wide World of Sports report on the Sea Eagles interest via Twitter, admitting “I’m 100% not sure if I’m leaving”.

Foxsports.com.au understands Manly are among several clubs that have inquired about Thompson’s status for next season, and have discussed whether the Dragons would be willing to release the 29-year-old.

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Both Thompson and St. George Illawarra are happy with the edge runner’s performances this season, and he is regarded as one of the club’s most reputable and popular characters, winning last year’s Ken Stephen...


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Manly Sea Eagles set to finalise Trent Barrett contract extension 'imminently' - The Sydney Morning Herald

Manly are confident of heading off any interest from Canterbury in Trent Barrett by shortly finalising an upgraded and extended contract for their head coach.

Barrett has been mentioned among possible successors to Des Hasler, who was sacked by the Bulldogs this week, alongside Canberra assistant Dean Pay, Canterbury assistant Jim Dymock and ex-South Sydney mentor Michael Maguire.

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Matt Moylan to Sea Eagles unless Panthers sack Anthony Griffin? Don't bet on it - The Sydney Morning Herald

Matt Moylan to Manly unless Penrith sack coach Anthony Griffin? Don't bet.

Everyone else seems to be thinking this is the situation at the Panthers. It's being painted by others as a "it's him or me situation". Nothing could be further from the truth.

Matt Moylan is unhappy at the Panthers, but how that plays out is still up in the air. Matt Moylan is unhappy at the Panthers, but how that plays out is still up in the air. Photo: AAP

The Panthers are not the Titans. There will be no Jarryd Hayne saga playing out as it did on the Gold Coast when coach Neil Henry was sacked and the underperforming superstar with a lazy attitude was allowed to stay.

Just like his frustrations about being captain, Moylan is telling others he's unhappy under Griffin and wants to join Trent Barrett at the Sea Eagles. A few weeks ago, he wanted to join Ivan Cleary at the Tigers.

Panthers coach Anthony Griffin is loyal and supportive to his players. Panthers coach Anthony Griffin is loyal and supportive to his players. Photo: AAP

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Manly Sea Eagles enforcer Brenton Lawrence wants to bring back old-school footy - The Sydney Morning Herald

It occurs to Brenton Lawrence, about halfway through his musings on the Greatest Game of All, that "I'll probably get shot by the NRL for saying that".

Lawrence is holding court at Narrabeen during a media opportunity just days away from Manly's clash with Penrith. The sides have only just completed a spiteful encounter at Lottoland, but the stakes will be much higher for the rematch given it is an elimination final. Lawrence, a no-nonsense prop whose career almost ended prematurely when he broke his back, expects the intensity to rise accordingly.

Manly forward Brenton Lawrence believes rugby league should embrace its gladiatorial nature. Manly forward Brenton Lawrence believes rugby league should embrace its gladiatorial nature. Photo: Adam McLean

The match is as close as it gets to the old Silvertails versus Fibros battles that existed when the Magpies were still in the top flight, with tensions on edge after Sea Eagles centre Dylan Walker sledged the Panthers the...


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Manly Sea Eagles enforcer Brenton Lawrence wants to bring back old-school footy - The Sydney Morning Herald

It occurs to Brenton Lawrence, about halfway through his musings on the Greatest Game of All, that "I'll probably get shot by the NRL for saying that".

Lawrence is holding court at Narrabeen during a media opportunity just days away from Manly's clash with Penrith. The sides have only just completed a spiteful encounter at Lottoland, but the stakes will be much higher for the rematch given it is an elimination final. Lawrence, a no-nonsense prop whose career almost ended prematurely when he broke his back, expects the intensity to rise accordingly.

Manly forward Brenton Lawrence believes rugby league should embrace its gladiatorial nature. Manly forward Brenton Lawrence believes rugby league should embrace its gladiatorial nature. Photo: Adam McLean

The match is as close as it gets to the old Silvertails versus Fibros battles that existed when the Magpies were still in the top flight, with tensions on edge after Sea Eagles centre Dylan Walker sledged the Panthers the...


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Manly Sea Eagles boss Scott Penn savages NRL over finals stadium policy - The Sydney Morning Herald

Furious Manly chairman Scott Penn says it is an "absolute disgrace" that they were not permitted a home final against Penrith, saying they deserved to have been playing before a parochial crowd as the Melbourne Storm and Sydney Roosters did in securing narrow wins on the weekend.

The Sea Eagles were gutted by their elimination from the competition, with a controversial try awarded to Panthers centre Tyrone Peachey breaking a 10-10 deadlock with six minutes remaining on Saturday night before Penrith scored again at the death to prevail 22-10.

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Manly Sea Eagles boss Scott Penn savages NRL over finals stadium policy - The Sydney Morning Herald

Furious Manly chairman Scott Penn says it is an "absolute disgrace" that they were not permitted a home final against Penrith, saying they deserved to have been playing before a parochial crowd as the Melbourne Storm and Sydney Roosters did in securing narrow wins on the weekend.

The Sea Eagles were gutted by their elimination from the competition, with a controversial try awarded to Panthers centre Tyrone Peachey breaking a 10-10 deadlock with six minutes remaining on Saturday night before Penrith scored again at the death to prevail 22-10.

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NRL Finals 2017: Did the Cronulla Sharks and Manly Sea Eagles really have reason to complain? - The Sydney Morning Herald

Sharks coach Shane Flanagan felt compelled to take a dossier of "disgraceful" decisions to his post match press conference after his side's week one finals exit.

And Sea Eagles boss Trent Barrett was just as livid with the NRL Bunker after arguing two "unbelievable" calls cost his Manly their season.

Gripes: Shane Flanagan and Paul Gallen. Gripes: Shane Flanagan and Paul Gallen. Photo: AAP

But what does the tale of the tape say? We run the rule over the most contentious rulings in the Sharks' shock loss to the Cowboys and the Sea Eagles' defeat at the hands of the Panthers.

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Incident 1: Cronulla’s Jayden Brailey pressures Cowboys kicker Michael Morgan.

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38th min: Jayden Brailey applies pressure to Michael Morgan on the last play and the ball is kicked into his hand as he tries to make a tackle, ricocheting into touch and the Cowboys are awarded a scrum feed.

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NRL Finals 2017: Did the Cronulla Sharks and Manly Sea Eagles really have reason to complain? - The Sydney Morning Herald

Sharks coach Shane Flanagan felt compelled to take a dossier of "disgraceful" decisions to his post match press conference after his side's week one finals exit.

And Sea Eagles boss Trent Barrett was just as livid with the NRL Bunker after arguing two "unbelievable" calls cost his Manly their season.

Gripes: Shane Flanagan and Paul Gallen. Gripes: Shane Flanagan and Paul Gallen. Photo: AAP

But what does the tale of the tape say? We run the rule over the most contentious rulings in the Sharks' shock loss to the Cowboys and the Sea Eagles' defeat at the hands of the Panthers.

Sharks v Cowboys

Incident 1: Cronulla’s Jayden Brailey pressures Cowboys kicker Michael Morgan.

Incident 1: Cronulla’s Jayden Brailey pressures Cowboys kicker Michael Morgan. Photo: Fox Sports

38th min: Jayden Brailey applies pressure to Michael Morgan on the last play and the ball is kicked into his hand as he tries to make a tackle, ricocheting into touch and the Cowboys are awarded a scrum feed.

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Manly Sea Eagles coaches Willie Peters and Dan Ferris in fist fight in The Rocks - The Sydney Morning Herald

A fight between Manly staffers Willie Peters and Dan Ferris could cost them their jobs after a wild night in the Rocks.

The NRL is awaiting a report from Manly following revelations Sea Eagles assistant coach Willie Peters and the club's head of high performance, Ferris, were involved in a fight outside the Orient Hotel. Police were called to break up the fisticuffs and issued an infringement notice to Peters for offensive behaviour. Neither of them cooperated with police inquiries.

Exit: Manly assistant coach Willie Peters departed Manly by mutual agreement on Friday. Exit: Manly assistant coach Willie Peters departed Manly by mutual agreement on Friday. Photo: Simon Alekna

It's understood neither Manly nor the NRL were aware of the incident until Fairfax Media broke the news on Thursday morning.

Ten clubs have already been eliminated from the premiership race and not a single player has brought the game into disrepute during Mad Monday festivities. However, the Sea...


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Manly Sea Eagles coaches Willie Peters and Dan Ferris in fist fight in The Rocks - The Sydney Morning Herald

A fight between Manly staffers Willie Peters and Dan Ferris could cost them their jobs after a wild night in the Rocks.

The NRL is awaiting a report from Manly following revelations Sea Eagles assistant coach Willie Peters and the club's head of high performance, Ferris, were involved in a fight outside the Orient Hotel. Police were called to break up the fisticuffs and issued an infringement notice to Peters for offensive behaviour. Neither of them cooperated with police inquiries.

Exit: Manly assistant coach Willie Peters departed Manly by mutual agreement on Friday. Exit: Manly assistant coach Willie Peters departed Manly by mutual agreement on Friday. Photo: Simon Alekna

It's understood neither Manly nor the NRL were aware of the incident until Fairfax Media broke the news on Thursday morning.

Ten clubs have already been eliminated from the premiership race and not a single player has brought the game into disrepute during Mad Monday festivities. However, the Sea...


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NRL 2017: Manly assistant coach Willie Peters sacked after pub fist fight - NEWS.com.au

MANLY have sacked assistant coach Willie Peters after an altercation with the club’s high-performance director Dan Ferris.

Peters, a former South Sydney and St George Illawarra halfback, was involved in a fight with Ferris outside a pub in The Rocks on Wednesday night.

The pair were spoken to by police, with Peters issued with an infringement notice for offensive behaviour.

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However the disagreement has now cost Peters his job at Manly, after the club launched an investigation on Thursday.

“The Sea Eagles will not tolerate misconduct and expect all employees to represent the club at the highest standard,” Sea Eagles owner Scott Penn said.

“All employees agree to the club’s code of conduct and know what is expected of them.

“We must...


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