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by Ben Glover, Foxsports
LEADING into 2017 few would have predicted Manly would be favoured to advance to the second week of finals.
There were too many question marks. They lingered over their head coach, their star halfback and a recruitment drive littered...
Sea Eagles Vice Captain Jake Trbojevic talks about lessons learnt from last week and the team's approach towards the round two clash this Saturday at Lottoland, kick off at 5.30pm.

"Hopefully we can get all the fans back down, we need to get a win on the board and start our year"

by Scott Bailey, AAP
February 26

He's yet to meet Steve Matai in person, but Manly youngster Brian Kelly is hoping to replicate his feats in the left centre position at Manly.

Brought down from the Gold Coast a year early by the Sea Eagles, 20-year-old Kelly is favoured to fill the key left...
Daly Cherry-Evans backs Blake Green to be Manly Sea Eagles...
By Chris Kennedy, NRL.com

Dylan Walker is the heir apparent to the right centre position vacated by retired Sea Eagles legend Jamie Lyon and in his first hit-out there of 2017 Walker showed he is up to the task.

Walker looked the most dangerous player on the field in his team's 22-16 trial...
Jon Geddes, Manly Daily
February 20, 2017 4:54pm

SEA Eagles enforcer Marty Taupau, the strongest player in the NRL, is set to push his weight around even more in this year’s premiership.

The powerhouse forward who has deadlifted 310kg, can squat 200kg and benchpress 180kg heads into the...
Manly legend Jamie Lyon grew up in Wee Waa, just under 600km from Sydney. Growing up in rural New South Wales, Lyon had to move to Sydney in order to start a professional rugby league career, signing with the Parramatta Eels and debuting in the NRL in 2000 at the age of 18.

After playing 70...
AS FAR as football mentors go, Tom Trbojevic has struck gold. He’s been gifted the cream of the crop.
The aspiring Australian fullback has fallen into the path of two of the game’s greatest No. 1s.

And they’re playing huge roles in turning young Turbo into the next star...
Manly Coach Trent Barrett says his side can’t be judged on the same level yet as some of the premiership heavyweights in Melbourne Storm and the Sydney Roosters.


By our good friend: Wayne Cousins