Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Brookvale Oval, Sunday 13 April 2014 Kickoff 3:00pm Referees: Gavin Badger, Adam Devcich; Sideline Officials: Michael Wise, Nick Beashel; Video Referees: Andrew Dunemann, Henry Perenara; 1. Brett Stewart 2. Peta Hiku 3. Jamie Lyon 4. Steve Matai 5. David Williams 6. Kieran Foran 7. Daly Cherry-Evans 8. Josh Starling 9. Matt Ballin 10. Brenton Lawrence 11. Anthony Watmough 12. Justin Horo 13. Glenn Stewart 14. James Hasson 15. Dunamis Lui 16. Jamie Buhrer 17. Jason King 18. Jesse Sene-Lefao 1. Michael Gordon 2. Nathan Stapleton 3. Blake Ayshford 4. Ricky Leutele 5. Jonathan Wright 6. Todd Carney 7. Jeff Robson 8. Andrew Fifita 9. John Morris 10. Bryce Gibbs 11. Tupou Sopoaga 12. Wade Graham 13. Chris Heighington 14. Isaac De Gois 15. Tinirau Arona 16. Sam Tagataese 17. Siosaia Vave Official Match Hashtag: #NRLmancro Taufua set for Manly return Manly star Jorge Taufau is set to make his long awaited return from a shoulder injury against Cronulla on Sunday. The tackle busting wing three-quarter wasn't named in coach Geoff Toovey's side for the Brookvale Oval clash but he will likely take his place in the Sea Eagles side for the first time this season. Taufua's return is a timely boost for Manly as they look to put last week's disappointing loss to Wests Tigers behind them, one of the club's most forgettable performances in recent memory. The unlucky Peta Hiku is likely to make way for Taufua on the left wing. "All the rehab's gone well so it's just up to Tooves to put me out there and see how I go," Taufua said earlier this week. "I'm available, so it's up to Tooves if he picks me. "A few boys have been playing really well but I'm available if he picks me." "It's been a tough few weeks watching but I can't wait to get out there with the boys for the first game for me. I'm excited." Glenn Stewart also returns for Manly after missing the Tigers clash with an ankle injury. Star Sharks five-eighth Todd Carney will take his place in the visitors side after being sent home from training on Thursday with a "mystery illness". Cronulla enjoyed their first win of the season last week, a 37-6 thrashing of the troubled Warriors. But the Sharks will have to put a terrible record at Brookvale Oval behind them to score two successive wins. Cronulla have enjoyed just five wins from 36 matches at the iconic venue since they entered the first grade competition in 1967.