RUGBY league young gun Moses Suli is on the cusp of completing a remarkable NRL redemption story.
Axed by two clubs since Christmas, Suli has been named to make his debut for Manly and return to the NRL on Sunday at Allianz Stadium.
But there’s one last twist in the tale.
The 19-year-old is...
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 and he is looking to continue to get more involved as his match fitness returns.
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 running a colossal 267...
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 club looks to snap a two-year absence from the finals.
Having been a mainstay in the...
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...
Green's calming influence boosts Manly
Sun 19 Feb, 2017, 11:03am
Craig Kerry, AAP
Manly coach Trent Barrett has praised the kicking game and calming influence of recruit Blake Green, declaring his remodelled attack "more stable" heading into the 2017 NRL season.
The Sea Eagles beat the Sydney...
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...
A GROUP of weary Central Coast tradesmen — who worked full days in 40 degree heat before arriving to train and play footy — have changed the life of young Manly star Jackson Hastings.
Hastings has revealed how pre-season training with the Wyong Roos — when he was unwanted in the NRL —...