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davohan123

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This should of been live streamed to members but again its an opportunity missed by membership team.

congratulations however to all award winnners.


Manly Warringah Sea Eagles wrapped up a very challenging 2020 season with an intimate awards presentation at Lottoland today.

Normally held as a gala awards evening at The Star, due to COVID safe measures, this year’s event took placed as an informal breakfast presentation inside the Shaw and Partners Chairman’s Club at Lottoland.

The Club decided to hold back the prestigious Roy Bull ‘Best and Fairest’ Award, the Players’ Player award and the Doug Daley Clubman of the Year at the Sea Eagles 2021 Season Launch with a view towards having our loyal corporate partners and members in attendance.

Promising young back Tevita Funa (below) was a popular winner of the Rookie of the Year award. Funa scored five tries in 12 games after making his NRL debut against Brisbane in June.

Winger Reuben Garrick claimed the Leading Point Scorer Award for the second consecutive year while experienced winger Jorge Taufua took home the Leading Try Scorer Award with seven tries in 14 games.

Hard-working backrower Curtis Sironen (below) won the Steve Menzies Medal for the Play of the Year for his game saving tackle against the Canberra Raiders at Campbelltown Stadium in round six.

Prop Toafofoa Sipley was also honoured after being named in the NRL Academic team of the year for his completion of a Bachelor degree that now sees him as a qualified secondary school PE teacher.

The Sea Eagles also acknowledged the services of several players departing the club including Joel Thompson, Addin Fonua-Blake, Corey Waddell, Danny Levi, Brendan Elliot, Tony Williams, and Luke Metcalf. The Club thanks them for their efforts on and off the field.

Manly also acknowledged the hard work of Assistant Coach John Cartwright who departs the club after joining the Sea Eagles in 2016.

2020 Club Award winners
Rookie of the Year: Tevita Funa

Leading Pointscorer: Reuben Garrick

Leading Tryscorer: Jorge Taufua

Steve Menzies Medal (Play of the Year): Curtis Sironen.

NRL Academic Team of the Year: Toafofoa Sipley
 

Mark from Brisbane

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This should of been live streamed to members but again its an opportunity missed by membership team.

congratulations however to all award winnners.


Manly Warringah Sea Eagles wrapped up a very challenging 2020 season with an intimate awards presentation at Lottoland today.

Normally held as a gala awards evening at The Star, due to COVID safe measures, this year’s event took placed as an informal breakfast presentation inside the Shaw and Partners Chairman’s Club at Lottoland.

The Club decided to hold back the prestigious Roy Bull ‘Best and Fairest’ Award, the Players’ Player award and the Doug Daley Clubman of the Year at the Sea Eagles 2021 Season Launch with a view towards having our loyal corporate partners and members in attendance.

Promising young back Tevita Funa (below) was a popular winner of the Rookie of the Year award. Funa scored five tries in 12 games after making his NRL debut against Brisbane in June.

Winger Reuben Garrick claimed the Leading Point Scorer Award for the second consecutive year while experienced winger Jorge Taufua took home the Leading Try Scorer Award with seven tries in 14 games.

Hard-working backrower Curtis Sironen (below) won the Steve Menzies Medal for the Play of the Year for his game saving tackle against the Canberra Raiders at Campbelltown Stadium in round six.

Prop Toafofoa Sipley was also honoured after being named in the NRL Academic team of the year for his completion of a Bachelor degree that now sees him as a qualified secondary school PE teacher.

The Sea Eagles also acknowledged the services of several players departing the club including Joel Thompson, Addin Fonua-Blake, Corey Waddell, Danny Levi, Brendan Elliot, Tony Williams, and Luke Metcalf. The Club thanks them for their efforts on and off the field.

Manly also acknowledged the hard work of Assistant Coach John Cartwright who departs the club after joining the Sea Eagles in 2016.

2020 Club Award winners
Rookie of the Year: Tevita Funa

Leading Pointscorer: Reuben Garrick

Leading Tryscorer: Jorge Taufua

Steve Menzies Medal (Play of the Year): Curtis Sironen.

NRL Academic Team of the Year: Toafofoa Sipley
Ah so Sipley is still alive, who'd a thought
 

ManEagle

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Congratulations to the boys after a disappointing season. I understand why they couldn't pick a best and fairest, clubman or players player this year yet.
Needed another 5 months to forget the bad stuff and and only remember the good plays.
 

BOZO

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This should of been live streamed to members but again its an opportunity missed by membership team.

congratulations however to all award winnners.


Manly Warringah Sea Eagles wrapped up a very challenging 2020 season with an intimate awards presentation at Lottoland today.

Normally held as a gala awards evening at The Star, due to COVID safe measures, this year’s event took placed as an informal breakfast presentation inside the Shaw and Partners Chairman’s Club at Lottoland.

The Club decided to hold back the prestigious Roy Bull ‘Best and Fairest’ Award, the Players’ Player award and the Doug Daley Clubman of the Year at the Sea Eagles 2021 Season Launch with a view towards having our loyal corporate partners and members in attendance.

Promising young back Tevita Funa (below) was a popular winner of the Rookie of the Year award. Funa scored five tries in 12 games after making his NRL debut against Brisbane in June.

Winger Reuben Garrick claimed the Leading Point Scorer Award for the second consecutive year while experienced winger Jorge Taufua took home the Leading Try Scorer Award with seven tries in 14 games.

Hard-working backrower Curtis Sironen (below) won the Steve Menzies Medal for the Play of the Year for his game saving tackle against the Canberra Raiders at Campbelltown Stadium in round six.

Prop Toafofoa Sipley was also honoured after being named in the NRL Academic team of the year for his completion of a Bachelor degree that now sees him as a qualified secondary school PE teacher.

The Sea Eagles also acknowledged the services of several players departing the club including Joel Thompson, Addin Fonua-Blake, Corey Waddell, Danny Levi, Brendan Elliot, Tony Williams, and Luke Metcalf. The Club thanks them for their efforts on and off the field.

Manly also acknowledged the hard work of Assistant Coach John Cartwright who departs the club after joining the Sea Eagles in 2016.

2020 Club Award winners
Rookie of the Year: Tevita Funa

Leading Pointscorer: Reuben Garrick

Leading Tryscorer: Jorge Taufua

Steve Menzies Medal (Play of the Year): Curtis Sironen.

NRL Academic Team of the Year: Toafofoa Sipley
Thannks @davohan123 and thanks to the membership team for ALWAYS keeping us members up to date with all our clubs events .
Congratulations to all the winners and lets hope next season we can be winners amongst all the other teams and be GREAT winners and win the premiership
 

globaleagle

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winger Jorge Taufua took home the Leading Try Scorer Award with seven tries in 14 games.

7 tries

wow that's low. sheesh at this year!

Also as posted, best of luck to those departing.

Joel Thompson, Addin Fonua-Blake, Corey Waddell, Danny Levi, Brendan Elliot, Tony Williams, and Luke Metcalf
 

Mark from Brisbane

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winger Jorge Taufua took home the Leading Try Scorer Award with seven tries in 14 games.

7 tries

wow that's low. sheesh at this year!

Also as posted, best of luck to those departing.

Joel Thompson, Addin Fonua-Blake, Corey Waddell, Danny Levi, Brendan Elliot, Tony Williams, and Luke Metcalf
Well that confirms the non signed list anyway !’
 

StuBoot

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So we can safely assume that none of the departing players are recipients of any of the major awards.
 

Class of 96

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Why would you not livestream any event this year? Just bloody hopeless.
Agree and Absolutely pissweak mate. Fan engagement in this day and age is paramount to building a supporter base, and is not rocket science by any stretch of the imagination. And this coming from an old bloke, albeit with a marketing background.
 

HK_Eagle

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Fan engagement...

Technology... ‍♀

And they wonder why such a successful club on field has such garbage membership numbers. Good grief! I could give the challenge to a 6 year old Chinese student who barely speaks English and they could work it out.

Even the romantic narrative of being an underdog is losing its shine. Get ****ing professional and real, Manly.
 

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