[/align]Home game deadline Rugby League 12 Jan 12 @ 06:01pm by Andrew Prentice IT IS the sight every Sea Eagles fan has been yearning to see - the old girl finally getting a facelift. A combined $10 million injection from the state government and Warringah Council will see Brookvale Oval finally begin to resemble a world-class sporting facility come April. And construction is going full-steam ahead so all work will be finished before the first home game in round six against Penrith. Warringah Mayor Michael Regan visited the site on Thursday. â€œOnce this is completed there will be 260 new undercover seats in the Jane Try Stand,â€ he said. â€œDisabled fans will now have improved access to the Jane Try concourse and Ken Arthurson Stand and there will be new undercover seats for them and their carers. â€œThere will also be a larger, better Eagles Nest Cafe. In addition there will be 200 new corporate seats.â€ Geoff Tooveyâ€™s men open their NRL premiership defence against the Warriors at Eden Park on March 4.