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Discussion in 'Rugby League Trivia' started by The Eagle, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. The Eagle

    The Eagle Well-Known Member

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    Most points in a year by any Sea Eagle (number of points and name)
    Number of Premierships
    Most Trys by one player in a game (name and number of tries)
    Highest winning margin (With opponent named)
    Highest Losing margin (as Above)
    Longest Winning Streak
    Family members who have played for the club,dont have to be
    in the same year or period

    Extra points for Year/Date
     
  2. Guest

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    5 tries in a game by les hanigan  i knw that 1 ..
    longest winning streak is 15 games..
    most points in a season mathew ridge ???dnt knw how many..
    7 premierships..


    thats it for me
     
  3. ManlyBacker

    ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

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    Most points in a year by any Sea Eagle (number of points and name)
    1,917 (71 tries, 847 goals, 3 field goals), Graham Eadie (1971-1983)

    Number of Premierships
    1972, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1987, 1996, 2008 (7)

    Most Trys by one player in a game (name and number of tries)
    5, Les Hanigan against Cronulla Sharks on 14 May 1967

    Highest winning margin (With opponent named)
    70-7 vs Penrith (1973)

    Highest Losing margin (as Above)
    6-68 vs Cronulla (2005)
    12-72 vs Penrith (2004)

    Longest Winning Streak
    15 - (1995)

    Also, most of us early STers were there for this one:
    Biggest Comeback
    Recovered from a 20 point deficit.
    Trailed Penrith Panthers 26-6 after 51 minutes to win 36-26 at Brookvale Oval on 29 May 2005
     
  4. SeaEagleRock8

    SeaEagleRock8 Sea Eagle Lach Staff Member Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    I recall reading about that match in disbelief at the time. That would be one of our all-time greatest teams I expect. Do you happen to know what our next biggest winning margins are?
     
  5. Guest

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    the next one  would have to be the 61-0  wouldnt it.. verse  saints??
     
  6. ManlyBacker

    ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

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    I recall reading about that match in disbelief at the time. That would be one of our all-time greatest teams I expect. Do you happen to know what our next biggest winning margins are?
    [/quote]


    The two other biggies were:
    61-0 St. George Dragons Brookvale Oval 3 July 1994
    66-8 Wests Brookvale Oval 26 March 1994
    I was there for both of these. The Dragons game was extra special. Still it was the top of the table clashes that mean the most like Manly beating the Tiges in 87 when we won 48-14. Now that was sensational!

    Also on the....
    Biggest comeback:
    I remember both Matas and Dan firing up the hill (with a little help from me). None of us realised the records that were broken that night but just wanted to get the lads inspired by our support. Great night. Great win.
     
  7. eagles2win

    eagles2win Well-Known Member

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    Most Points in a YEAR isn't that Matthew Ridge?
     
  8. The Eagle

    The Eagle Well-Known Member

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    Correct
     
  9. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    I recall reading about that match in disbelief at the time. That would be one of our all-time greatest teams I expect. Do you happen to know what our next biggest winning margins are?
    [/quote]


    The two other biggies were:
    61-0 St. George Dragons Brookvale Oval 3 July 1994
    66-8 Wests Brookvale Oval 26 March 1994
    I was there for both of these. The Dragons game was extra special. Still it was the top of the table clashes that mean the most like Manly beating the Tiges in 87 when we won 48-14. Now that was sensational!

    Also on the....
    Biggest comeback:
    I remember both Matas and Dan firing up the hill (with a little help from me). None of us realised the records that were broken that night but just wanted to get the lads inspired by our support. Great night. Great win.
    [/quote]I was there for all those games though saw the 70-7 game in black and white on telly. Incredible too as in those days tries were worth 3 points.
     
  10. The Eagle

    The Eagle Well-Known Member

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    Wasnt Parramatta also flogged hard in either 86-88? i know it wasnt 87 but yeah
     
  11. ManlyBacker

    ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

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    I think you are after the '88 game where we thrashed them 64-12. I wasn't there but watched it on tv. It was at parra and Ray 'Rabbits' Warren, a die-hard eels fan, refusing to admit that Parra were going to lose. It was close for some time but we just blew them off the park. There was a lot of joy that day.
     
  12. eagles2win

    eagles2win Well-Known Member

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    I recall reading about that match in disbelief at the time. That would be one of our all-time greatest teams I expect. Do you happen to know what our next biggest winning margins are?
    [/quote]


    The two other biggies were:
    61-0 St. George Dragons Brookvale Oval 3 July 1994
    66-8 Wests Brookvale Oval 26 March 1994
    I was there for both of these. The Dragons game was extra special. Still it was the top of the table clashes that mean the most like Manly beating the Tiges in 87 when we won 48-14. Now that was sensational!

    Also on the....
    Biggest comeback:
    I remember both Matas and Dan firing up the hill (with a little help from me). None of us realised the records that were broken that night but just wanted to get the lads inspired by our support. Great night. Great win.
    [/quote]I was there for all those games though saw the 70-7 game in black and white on telly. Incredible too as in those days tries were worth 3 points.
    [/quote]

    So if they played under today's rules they would have cracked 100
     
  13. ManlyBacker

    ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

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    Actually it would have been 84 - 8. We scored 14 tries and Wombat kicked 14. Johnny Mayes got 4 and Alan Thompson a treble.
     
  14. The Wheel

    The Wheel Well-Known Member

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    I recall reading about that match in disbelief at the time. That would be one of our all-time greatest teams I expect. Do you happen to know what our next biggest winning margins are?
    [/quote]

    I was there at penrith park for that one!
     
  15. eagles2win

    eagles2win Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know our match stat's.... i.e

    Club win's
     

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