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The season is creeping close to an end as another finals series approaches, and that means teams begin to really fight for a spot in the top eight. Whilst the Sea Eagles may have left their run to success a little bit too late, there is still a chance that we can make the 2016 finals series....
Sigh….. So I was busy studying for my university exams yesterday and didn’t do this preview, in fact I should probably be studying now as well but I need something to distract me for an hour or so. Anyway, Manly decided to just not tackle at all in the last 20 minutes last week. Essentially we...
ASH Taylor is firming as the man to guide Queensland’s next State of Origin dynasty.

The rookie half has been a revelation for the Gold Coast Titans since being thrust into the spotlight when Kane Elgey succumbed to a knee injury in pre-season.

Only 13 matches into his NRL career, Taylor’s...
Steve Matai acting as a mentor for Tom Trbojevic’s move to centre
  • 37 minutes ago
  • Source: The Daily Telegraph
TOM Trbojevic, a month ago, had played two, maybe three games at centre.

And all of them for Mona Vale juniors.

“So when...
The Silvertails Preview: Round 13 The Manly Sea Eagles v The Canberra Raiders

It’s been a while, partly due to the bye we had in round 12 and partly because of the absence of this thing in round 11, which was caused by assessment and what have you. So anyway, we lost the Broncos and...
Manly captain Jamie Lyon says that he is happy to play five-eighth in Friday night's clash against the Canberra Raiders at GIO Stadium.

Lyon shifted to the five-eighth role with Dylan Walker moving back to the centres in the team’s last round loss against Cronulla.

"I'm quite happy to play...
THE Sea Eagles off-season shopping spree had them tipped as top four specials before a ball was kicked in 2016.

But disturbing trends in the form lines of Manly’s marquee recruits have the side sitting fourth last, four points outside the top eight as the season reaches its halfway point.

Tongan international Siosaia Vave says the Sea Eagles must be better as a team than as individuals.

“As individuals we have been playing really good and resilient. We are just hanging in there because we are tough buggers but as a team, we are not really gelling at the moment,’’ Vave said.

Full interview

Well worth a watch
SEA Eagles players may have a bye this weekend but they will still be sweating it out all for a good cause.

They are among a group of prominent northern beaches’ personalities who will take part a treadmill challenge on the northern beaches on Friday and Saturday at the Newport Surf Club to...