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Tue 02 May, 2017, 6:00am
By Alicia Newton‌, National Correspondent‌‌, ‌‌‌NRL.com

New Zealand forward Martin Taupau hopes strong form for Manly in the No.10 jersey is enough to convince Kiwis coach David Kidwell he deserves a starting birth against the Kangaroos on Friday night.

Regarded for...
Wed 29 Mar, 2017, By Chris Kennedy

Manly back-rower Curtis Sironen says Saturday's huge 36-0 win over Canterbury wasn't just a good one for the team, it was his personal best effort in maroon and white...
DALY Cherry-Evans laughed at the media this week but it was his football that spoke the loudest to put a full stop on a tumultuous week for Manly.
As talk of civil unrest at the Brookvale club and the future of embattled coach Trent Barrett took hold, Cherry-Evans had the...
By Scott Bailey, NZ Newswire

Manly fullback Tom Trbojevic showed again on Saturday why he's a superstar in the making.

Despite being on the wrong side of a 38-18 loss to South Sydney, Trbojevic excelled for the Sea Eagles, scoring one try, setting up another and...
If the energy shown by the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles in the Holden Cup game last Sunday is an indication, there will be more victories than losses in 2017 after a painful season last year.

2016 was a disaster year, finishing the season with the dreaded spoon. A new season brings new hope every...
THEY formed one of the NRL’s most lethal scrumbase combinations and now new Sea Eagles five-eighth Blake Green faces the challenge of winning without his former Melbourne Storm team mate Cooper Cronk.

Statistics reveal that as a starting No. 6 playing alongside Cronk, Green has won 34 out of 47...
by @cf2 is back
After an epic 10 year finals run, racking up 4 grand finals and 2 premierships along the way, 2015 was of course a calamitous fall from grace. None the least of which being the dismissal of a club...
Frank Winterstein travels a long way to resume NRL career with Manly Sea Eagles
Nick Walshaw, The Daily Telegraph
February 25, 2017 6:00am

FRANK Winterstein travels 200km just to train.

Likely, an NRL record.

His daily commute from his home in Campbelltown to Manly...
Thu 23 Feb, 2017, 5:10pm
By Martin Gabor ‌, National Correspondent , NRL.com

New Sea Eagles skipper Daly Cherry-Evans says there will be no excuses at Lottoland this season as the northern beaches...