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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 defeat Newcastle Knights on disputed Akuila Uate try - Stuff.co.nz

Manly's Blake Green chats with referee Ashley Klein during the Sea Eagles' controversial win over the Newcastle Knights.
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Manly's Blake Green chats with referee Ashley Klein during the Sea Eagles' controversial win over the Newcastle Knights.

Akuila Uate has haunted former club Newcastle with a controversial try in Manly's 18-14 win over the Knights that helped the Sea Eagles temporarily move into the NRL top four.

Playing in his first match against the Knights since shifting to Brookvale last summer, Uate scored the opening try before incorrectly being awarded his double in the second half.

The Sea Eagles were leading 12-8 in torrential conditions at Lottoland on Friday evening when referee Ashley Klein immediately ruled try on Uate's dive in the north-west corner.

Newcastle's Luke Yates looks dejected after a Sea Eagles try.
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Newcastle's Luke Yates looks dejected after a Sea Eagles try.

However, replays showed the former Kangaroos winger dropped the ball over the line.

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NRL to investigate 'toxic' Manly Sea Eagles front office - The Sydney Morning Herald

It was a few months ago that we revealed Manly chief executive Tim Cleary dismissed Kristie Fulton with a view to cleaning out the football department. Cleary's main target was thought to be club legend Bob Fulton.

At the time, the thought was the Penn family had given Cleary the green light to do things his way.

Power struggle: Club legend Bob Fulton was at loggerheads with Tim Cleary. Power struggle: Club legend Bob Fulton was at loggerheads with Tim Cleary. Photo: Getty Images

It didn't end well.

Cleary exited the club after his position became untenable.

There was talk of Kristie pursuing a wrongful dismissal case, and there were all sorts of unproven allegations made against Cleary.

Now the NRL is getting involved in the mess after claims some 21 staff have left Manly's front office in the past three years. There are rumblings from former staff about chief operating officer and company secretary Neil Bare, but he has the backing of club owner Scott...


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Sea Eagles keen to match it with NRL's most feared pack - dailytelegraph.com.au

  • Sea Eagles: Why Api is so happy
  • Sea Eagles: Tom Trbojevic to play Origin waiting game

MANLY’s unheralded forwards are welcoming the challenge of taking on the NRL’s most feared and experienced pack in Sunday’s blockbuster in the Shire.

The Sea Eagles will take a combined total of 408 first-grade games against the Sharks’ mammoth 1137 games in the run-on packs, but cannot wait for the 4pm kick off.

Prop Martin Taupau says the clash with Paul Gallen and the premiers is what players look forward to.

“We know what to expect. They are a tough and uncompromising side,” Taupau said.

Sharks veterans Paul Gallen (293) and Luke Lewis (296) head up the Sharks forwards, and are nearing 300 appearances in the NRL.

The starting six go way past the 1000 mark, despite having a rookie hooker in Jayden Brailey, who has made just 14 appearances.

Manly’s State of Origin young gun Jake Trbojevic is...


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Sea Eagles star Tom Trbojevic play State of Origin 'waiting game' - dailytelegraph.com.au

  • Sea Eagles: Why Api Koroisau is happy
  • Sea Eagles team mates tip big Origin game from Trbojevic

HE is one of the most exciting backs in the NRL, but Sea Eagles star Tom “Turbo”Trbojevic believes he will have to play the waiting game to fulfil his dream of playing State of Origin for NSW.

Following the Blues 18-16 loss to Queensland in the second game on Wednesday night, the speculation has already started about possible changes for the decider in three weeks at Suncorp Stadium.

It is believed Trbojevic had been pencilled in for a start on the wing in the series opener before a leg injury ruled him out.

And while the 20-year-old was a member the NSW extended squad on Wednesday, he is not expecting a call — up for game three.

Tom Trbojevic in action for the Sea Eagles. Picture: Brett Costello.

“I think they will go with the same 17, they did a job up in Queensland in game one,”...


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Sharks v Sea Eagles: Schick Preview - NRL.COM

Schick Hydro Preview: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks v Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Southern Cross Group Stadium
Sunday, 4pm

As Sydney shivers through a colder-than-normal winter, the battle between two proud surf spots shifts from the beach to the footy field with the Sharks playing host to the Sea Eagles. 

This shapes as one of the games of the weekend with the sides separated by just two competition points after 15 rounds and the winner is likely to finish the financial year in the Telstra Premiership top four. 

The Sharks have won five of their past six matches, but it'd be generous to say they are in red-hot form given all of those have been decided by six points or less. 

Their northern rivals have also notched five wins from their last six starts and will be fresh after last week's bye. 

The Sharks welcome back their State of Origin quintet, with last week's heroes Kurt Capewell and...


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Daly Cherry-Evans makes Origin case as Manly Sea Eagles trounce Cronulla Sharks - Stuff.co.nz

Daly Cherry-Evans led Manly to a big win over Cronulla.
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Daly Cherry-Evans led Manly to a big win over Cronulla.

Manly halfback Daly Cherry-Evans pushed his case for a Queensland State of Origin recall as he shot Manly into the NRL's top four with a 35-18 flogging of the Cronulla Sharks on Sunday.

Cherry-Evans set up three tries and kicked a field goal in the win to continue his career-best form at Southern Cross Group Stadium in Sydney.

His only blemish came when he threw an intercept ball for Cronulla's Luke Lewis late in the first half, who ran 80 metres to score and threaten a typical Sharks comeback.

But after the Sharks scored again through Sosaia Feki, Cherry-Evans stood up, slotting over a field goal on the halftime siren.

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Tigers defeat Blues, Sea Eagles win over Sharks and more: Australia sportwatch – as it happened - The Guardian

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In summary

That’s all from me for today. Our feature game for the day, between the Tigers and the Blues, didn’t quite live up to expectation, with the Tigers running away with a 26-point victory. The margin provided a stark contrast to the thrillers we’ve seen in this round of AFL. The scoreline also flattered the Blues in the end, with the Tigers wasteful in front of goal - scoring 18 points for their 11 goals. It wasn’t quite the contest I expected from the Blues after their hot run of recent form. They do, however, have a star in Patrick Cripps, who finished with 17 contested possessions and 10 clearances. Sam Docherty was again dominant with 28 disposals of his own, including 11 marks.

For the Tigers, it was a welcome win after their recent spate of last-gasp losses and puts important space between them and the clubs who now sit a game adrift of them in the...


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Wests Tigers hooker Matt Ballin announces NRL retirement - Fox Sports

VETERAN hooker Matt Ballin has announced his immediate retirement from the NRL.

The 33-year-old has been restricted to three games over the past two seasons for the Wests Tigers because of back-to-back knee injuries.

He played in two grand final victories with Manly in 2008 and 2011 and played one State of Origin for Queensland as well as 220 first grade matches.

“I never thought I’d play in the NRL, I never thought I’d accomplish that,” said Ballin.

“To do that at the Sea Eagles was one of the first steps in a long career that I’ve been very lucky to have. Just playing first-grade was a massive accomplishment for me and something I’d always wanted to do since I was a young kid.


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Manly Sea Eagles look to extend Trent Barrett's coaching contract - dailytelegraph.com.au

PREMIERSHIP credibility. Tick. Finals looming. Tick. Defeating the premiers. Now for a new CEO and extending the coach’s tenure.

Manly are gearing up to match their on-field resurgence by rewarding coach Trent Barrett with an upgraded contract and quickly appointing a new chief executive.

The Daily Telegraph can reveal Sea Eagles management are keen to open discussions about a contract extension for Barrett, who is in the second season of a three-year deal as Manly coach.

THE LOWDOWN: How is your team faring?

FINAL RUN: Your club’s last six games revealed

After two unusually lean seasons, Barrett has brought the good time back to Sydney’s northern beaches. Having just rolled premiers Cronulla, Manly are now fourth on the NRL ladder and looking at their first finals series since 2014.

Manly are also trying to sort out their front office, once described as “toxic”. Club owner and...


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Read more: Manly Sea Eagles look to extend Trent Barrett's coaching contract - dailytelegraph.com.au

Gun Manly recruit Curtis Sironen headed for surgery to repair torn pec, out until Round 26 - Fox Sports

MANLY’S NRL premiership stocks have suffered a blow, with improved second-rower Curtis Sironen not expected back until the final NRL game of the regular season.

Sironen will undergo surgery on Tuesday after scans confirmed a pectoral tear suffered in an attempted tackle on Jack Bird in Sunday’s win over Cronulla. He has pencilled in a return for the Sea Eagles’ round 26 clash against Penrith, taking some serious air out of a flying Manly side that is in the top four for the first time since 2014.

Sironen is considered one of the most improved players in the competition following his move to the northern beaches from the Wests Tigers during the summer.

He has started in every game under coach Trent Barrett this season and scored two tries against the Sharks in arguably his best performance for Manly.

“He’s been one of our best players this year,” teammate Dylan Walker said on...


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Manly Sea Eagles defeat Newcastle Knights on disputed Akuila Uate try - Stuff.co.nz

Manly's Blake Green chats with referee Ashley Klein during the Sea Eagles' controversial win over the Newcastle Knights.
CAMERON SPENCER/GETTY IMAGES

Manly's Blake Green chats with referee Ashley Klein during the Sea Eagles' controversial win over the Newcastle Knights.

Akuila Uate has haunted former club Newcastle with a controversial try in Manly's 18-14 win over the Knights that helped the Sea Eagles temporarily move into the NRL top four.

Playing in his first match against the Knights since shifting to Brookvale last summer, Uate scored the opening try before incorrectly being awarded his double in the second half.

The Sea Eagles were leading 12-8 in torrential conditions at Lottoland on Friday evening when referee Ashley Klein immediately ruled try on Uate's dive in the north-west corner.

Newcastle's Luke Yates looks dejected after a Sea Eagles try.
CAMERON SPENCER/GETTY IMAGES

Newcastle's Luke Yates looks dejected after a Sea Eagles try.

However, replays showed the former Kangaroos winger dropped the ball over the line.

READ MORE:
* Recap: Manly Sea...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Manly Sea Eagles defeat Newcastle Knights on disputed Akuila Uate try - Stuff.co.nz

NRL to investigate 'toxic' Manly Sea Eagles front office - The Sydney Morning Herald

It was a few months ago that we revealed Manly chief executive Tim Cleary dismissed Kristie Fulton with a view to cleaning out the football department. Cleary's main target was thought to be club legend Bob Fulton.

At the time, the thought was the Penn family had given Cleary the green light to do things his way.

Power struggle: Club legend Bob Fulton was at loggerheads with Tim Cleary. Power struggle: Club legend Bob Fulton was at loggerheads with Tim Cleary. Photo: Getty Images

It didn't end well.

Cleary exited the club after his position became untenable.

There was talk of Kristie pursuing a wrongful dismissal case, and there were all sorts of unproven allegations made against Cleary.

Now the NRL is getting involved in the mess after claims some 21 staff have left Manly's front office in the past three years. There are rumblings from former staff about chief operating officer and company secretary Neil Bare, but he has the backing of club owner Scott...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: NRL to investigate 'toxic' Manly Sea Eagles front office - The Sydney Morning Herald

Sharks v Sea Eagles: Schick Preview - NRL.COM

Schick Hydro Preview: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks v Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Southern Cross Group Stadium
Sunday, 4pm

As Sydney shivers through a colder-than-normal winter, the battle between two proud surf spots shifts from the beach to the footy field with the Sharks playing host to the Sea Eagles. 

This shapes as one of the games of the weekend with the sides separated by just two competition points after 15 rounds and the winner is likely to finish the financial year in the Telstra Premiership top four. 

The Sharks have won five of their past six matches, but it'd be generous to say they are in red-hot form given all of those have been decided by six points or less. 

Their northern rivals have also notched five wins from their last six starts and will be fresh after last week's bye. 

The Sharks welcome back their State of Origin quintet, with last week's heroes Kurt Capewell and...


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Read more: Sharks v Sea Eagles: Schick Preview - NRL.COM

Sea Eagles star Tom Trbojevic play State of Origin 'waiting game' - dailytelegraph.com.au

  • Sea Eagles: Why Api Koroisau is happy
  • Sea Eagles team mates tip big Origin game from Trbojevic

HE is one of the most exciting backs in the NRL, but Sea Eagles star Tom “Turbo”Trbojevic believes he will have to play the waiting game to fulfil his dream of playing State of Origin for NSW.

Following the Blues 18-16 loss to Queensland in the second game on Wednesday night, the speculation has already started about possible changes for the decider in three weeks at Suncorp Stadium.

It is believed Trbojevic had been pencilled in for a start on the wing in the series opener before a leg injury ruled him out.

And while the 20-year-old was a member the NSW extended squad on Wednesday, he is not expecting a call — up for game three.

Tom Trbojevic in action for the Sea Eagles. Picture: Brett Costello.

“I think they will go with the same 17, they did a job up in Queensland in game one,”...


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Read more: Sea Eagles star Tom Trbojevic play State of Origin 'waiting game' - dailytelegraph.com.au

Sea Eagles keen to match it with NRL's most feared pack - dailytelegraph.com.au

  • Sea Eagles: Why Api is so happy
  • Sea Eagles: Tom Trbojevic to play Origin waiting game

MANLY’s unheralded forwards are welcoming the challenge of taking on the NRL’s most feared and experienced pack in Sunday’s blockbuster in the Shire.

The Sea Eagles will take a combined total of 408 first-grade games against the Sharks’ mammoth 1137 games in the run-on packs, but cannot wait for the 4pm kick off.

Prop Martin Taupau says the clash with Paul Gallen and the premiers is what players look forward to.

“We know what to expect. They are a tough and uncompromising side,” Taupau said.

Sharks veterans Paul Gallen (293) and Luke Lewis (296) head up the Sharks forwards, and are nearing 300 appearances in the NRL.

The starting six go way past the 1000 mark, despite having a rookie hooker in Jayden Brailey, who has made just 14 appearances.

Manly’s State of Origin young gun Jake Trbojevic is...


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Read more: Sea Eagles keen to match it with NRL's most feared pack - dailytelegraph.com.au

Tigers defeat Blues, Sea Eagles win over Sharks and more: Australia sportwatch – as it happened - The Guardian

10:33

In summary

That’s all from me for today. Our feature game for the day, between the Tigers and the Blues, didn’t quite live up to expectation, with the Tigers running away with a 26-point victory. The margin provided a stark contrast to the thrillers we’ve seen in this round of AFL. The scoreline also flattered the Blues in the end, with the Tigers wasteful in front of goal - scoring 18 points for their 11 goals. It wasn’t quite the contest I expected from the Blues after their hot run of recent form. They do, however, have a star in Patrick Cripps, who finished with 17 contested possessions and 10 clearances. Sam Docherty was again dominant with 28 disposals of his own, including 11 marks.

For the Tigers, it was a welcome win after their recent spate of last-gasp losses and puts important space between them and the clubs who now sit a game adrift of them in the...


Read full article on NRL GN ManlySeaEagles


Read more: Tigers defeat Blues, Sea Eagles win over Sharks and more: Australia sportwatch – as it happened -...

Daly Cherry-Evans makes Origin case as Manly Sea Eagles trounce Cronulla Sharks - Stuff.co.nz

Daly Cherry-Evans led Manly to a big win over Cronulla.
BRETT HEMMINGS/GETTY IMAGES

Daly Cherry-Evans led Manly to a big win over Cronulla.

Manly halfback Daly Cherry-Evans pushed his case for a Queensland State of Origin recall as he shot Manly into the NRL's top four with a 35-18 flogging of the Cronulla Sharks on Sunday.

Cherry-Evans set up three tries and kicked a field goal in the win to continue his career-best form at Southern Cross Group Stadium in Sydney.

His only blemish came when he threw an intercept ball for Cronulla's Luke Lewis late in the first half, who ran 80 metres to score and threaten a typical Sharks comeback.

But after the Sharks scored again through Sosaia Feki, Cherry-Evans stood up, slotting over a field goal on the halftime siren.

READ MORE:
* Nightingale stars as Dragons survive
* Blues lack killer instinct: Fittler
* Mannering backs rookie Roache
* Cherrington cherishing Warriors time

Cronulla also suffered a...


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Read more: Daly Cherry-Evans makes Origin case as Manly Sea Eagles trounce Cronulla Sharks - Stuff.co.nz

Daly Cherry-Evans and Api Koroisau star as Manly down Cronulla 35-18 - dailytelegraph.com.au

“I WOULDN’T swap him for anyone.”

That was the message from Trent Barrett last night to Queensland coach Kevvie Walters amid talk that Manly skipper Daly Cherry-Evans is about to be overlooked again for the State of Origin decider.

With the Maroons on the lookout for someone to replace the great Johnathan Thurston, Ben Hunt is believed to be ahead of Cherry-Evans, whom Walters has ignored in selection debate.

But in the wake of Manly’s crushing 35-18 win over premiers Cronulla, Barrett had no hesitation offering this character reference for his polarising No.7.

“I wouldn’t swap him for anyone, if that answers your question,” Barrett said. “He has probably been one of the form halfbacks up there with Mitchell Pearce.

“The selfish side of me hopes he doesn’t get picked but it would be a terrific accolade for Cherry.”

Playing against NSW five-eighth James Maloney and ­Cronulla’s...


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Read more: Daly Cherry-Evans and Api Koroisau star as Manly down Cronulla 35-18 - dailytelegraph.com.au

Manly Sea Eagles look to extend Trent Barrett's coaching contract - dailytelegraph.com.au

PREMIERSHIP credibility. Tick. Finals looming. Tick. Defeating the premiers. Now for a new CEO and extending the coach’s tenure.

Manly are gearing up to match their on-field resurgence by rewarding coach Trent Barrett with an upgraded contract and quickly appointing a new chief executive.

The Daily Telegraph can reveal Sea Eagles management are keen to open discussions about a contract extension for Barrett, who is in the second season of a three-year deal as Manly coach.

THE LOWDOWN: How is your team faring?

FINAL RUN: Your club’s last six games revealed

After two unusually lean seasons, Barrett has brought the good time back to Sydney’s northern beaches. Having just rolled premiers Cronulla, Manly are now fourth on the NRL ladder and looking at their first finals series since 2014.

Manly are also trying to sort out their front office, once described as “toxic”. Club owner and...


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Read more: Manly Sea Eagles look to extend Trent Barrett's coaching contract - dailytelegraph.com.au

Wests Tigers hooker Matt Ballin announces NRL retirement - Fox Sports

VETERAN hooker Matt Ballin has announced his immediate retirement from the NRL.

The 33-year-old has been restricted to three games over the past two seasons for the Wests Tigers because of back-to-back knee injuries.

He played in two grand final victories with Manly in 2008 and 2011 and played one State of Origin for Queensland as well as 220 first grade matches.

“I never thought I’d play in the NRL, I never thought I’d accomplish that,” said Ballin.

“To do that at the Sea Eagles was one of the first steps in a long career that I’ve been very lucky to have. Just playing first-grade was a massive accomplishment for me and something I’d always wanted to do since I was a young kid.


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Round 16
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 - 8 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 June 2015, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 14,236
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 44 - 22 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 26 June 2015, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium (Nine Network) 27,246
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 30 - 8 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 27 June 2015, 5:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 13,110
North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 18-24 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 27 June 2015, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium (Fox Sports) 18,826
Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 16-12 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 27 June 2015, 7:30pm Pirtek Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,046
Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 20 - 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 28 June 2015, 2:00pm Bluetongue Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,569
Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 12 - 35 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 28 June 2015, 4:00pm Leichhardt Oval (Nine Network) 14,234
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 - 4 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 29 June 2015, 7:00pm Belmore Sportsground (Fox Sports) 16,764


 

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1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
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