Pre-Game Manly V Dragons [Round 15, 2024]

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Jethro

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Manly V Dragons [Round 15, 2024]


MATCH DAY

Sunday 16 June 2024

Venue:
.... 4 Pines Park, Brookvale, NSW

Gates Open:.... TBA.

Jersey Flegg Kick Off Time:.... Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v St George Illawarra Dragons: 11:45am

NRL Kick Off Time:.... Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v St George Illawarra Dragons: 2:00pm

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Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

01. Lehi Hopoate
02. Jason Saab
03. Tolutau Koula
04. Reuben Garrick
05. Tommy Talau
06. Luke Brooks
07. Daly Cherry-Evans (C)

08. Taniela Paseka
09. Karl Lawton
10. Nathan Brown
11. Haumole Olakau'atu
12. Ben Trbojevic
13. Jake Trbojevic

14. Gordon Chan Kum Tong
15. Corey Waddell
16. Ethan Bullemor
17. Toafofoa Sipley


Replacement:

18. Raymond Tuaimalo Vaega.



Reserves:

19. Jaxson Paulo
20. Jake Simpkin
21. Aitasi James
22. Aaron Schoupp.



Out:
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Available But Not Selected:
  • Jamie Humphreys
  • Brad Parker
  • Ben Condon
  • Bailey Hodgson - Development Player.
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From the Manly Sea Eagles website, here is the ' Rd 14 Sea Eagles Injury Report' released on Tuesday 04 June 2024:

Haumole Olakau'atu has been cleared of any calf injury with a positive scan after not finishing last weekend's match against Penrith with tightness.

Lachlan Croker continues to progress in team training following an associated neck injury from the original concussion.

Tom Trbojevic continues to build strength and progress his rehab running on field following a hamstring injury.

Matthew Lodge remains in a brace following his bicep surgery. He is expected to return to play 12 weeks post surgery.

Jake Arthur suffered a stress fracture in his left foot and underwent successful surgery to stabilise this last week. He will remain in a boot for the coming weeks and is expected to be sidelined for 4 months.

Aaron Woods sustained a high grade calf injury in training last week and will miss approximately 6 weeks.

Dean Matterson sustained a foot sprain in the NSW Cup and is expected to miss a couple of weeks.



From the 'NRL Casualty Ward - All the Latest Injury News, Updates & Returns Details' web page, Here is the Latest NRL Injured or Unavailable Update:

* * * (Updated: Tuesday, 11 June 2024) * * *

Manly coach Anthony Seibold is optimistic Haumole Olakau'atu has avoided a serious calf injury after he left the field just 24 minutes into his side's loss to the Panthers on Sunday.

Seibold said the decision for the NSW forward not to return to the field was largely precautionary, with medical staff eager to avoid further damage.

"I'm told it's minor," Seibold said post-game. "The risk was if we kept him out there that he does it properly and I didn't want to do that to Haumole.

"Of course we'd love to have had him on the field but I thought if we leave him out there and he does his calf, it's not looking after the welfare of the player.

"Medical staff tell me he's ok, there was a risk so we tried to be conservative with him."

Seibold said it's too early to tell if Olakau'atu will feature in next week's clash against the Dragons in a situation that will be closely monitored by NSW Blues staff.

The forward made his Origin debut in Wednesday's series opener and hopes to be fit for the second game in Melbourne on June 26.

Manly Sea Eagles
  • Haumole Olakau'atu (Calf, TBC)
  • Lachlan Croker (Neck, TBC)
  • Jake Arthur (Foot, TBC)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 18)
  • Matt Lodge (Bicep, Round 24)


Also, from the NRL Casualty Ward, Manly hub page, there are slight variations to the information regarding the unavailable or injured players and their return periods:
  • Josh Aloiai (Suspension, Round 18)
  • Tom Trbojevic (Hamstring, Round 18)
  • Matt Lodge (Bicep, Round 24)
  • Jake Arthur (Foot, TBC)
  • Lachlan Croker (Neck, TBC)

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Rafferty

Mug punter
Assuming the cut off for the 8 will probably be 32 points again, it’s pretty much crucial to beat the goons, we probably need to win 9 from 11 to guarantee a spot, given the draw, maybe 8 gets us there pending other results, seasons in the balance, it’s basically a must win, a Migoty.
 

The '47ers

When Eagles are silent Parrots begin to chatter
I didn't see it (did anyone?!) but I saw that Josh A went on report for a trip? But I assume that would only be a fine?!
 

joeboy

Bencher
I won’t be confident in any game until we learn how to tackle and defend effectively. Saints are a big team if we let them roll they will destroy us. Flanagan is going to know our weak spots and there is plenty of choice which ones to target and when

Our captain is in origin mode and we won’t have his focus for a fee weeks yet, the apathy will filter down from there
 

mickqld

Sea Eagle forever
Tipping Member
Assuming the cut off for the 8 will probably be 32 points again, it’s pretty much crucial to beat the goons, we probably need to win 9 from 11 to guarantee a spot, given the draw, maybe 8 gets us there pending other results, seasons in the balance, it’s basically a must win, a Migoty.
Extra bye this year so 34 points should be cut-off but the competition is more even and if Souffs and Parra get their act together then maybe 32.
 

Rafferty

Mug punter
Extra bye this year so 34 points should be cut-off but the competition is more even and if Souffs and Parra get their act together then maybe 32.
Yer, pretty tough assignment either way you look at it. With 2 byes, if we win 7 of the 11 remaining games we’d finish on 33 points, that could be enough or if your right it would leave us a point short or needing to win 8 out of 11 to finish on 35 to guarantee we play semifinals. Sadly I think it’s another September without us, but while there’s mathematically a chance, I’m all in until the fat lady signs, problem is I can hear her, she’s out the back warming up.


Here’s our remaining draw, all we have to do is find 7 or 8 W’s there, keeping in mind our track record of putting back to back wins together, sorry to spoil the start to the week.

Goons H
Vermin
2 points
Cows
Knights H
Tits H
Chooks A
2 points
Raiders A
Wahs H
Tig’s A
Dogs A
Sharks H
 
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Dion Johnson

Bencher
Premium Member
Tipping Member
Yer, pretty tough assignment either way you look at it. With 2 byes, if we win 7 of the 9 remaining games we’d finish on 33 points, that could be enough or if your right it would leave us a point short or needing to win 8 out of 9 to finish on 35 to guarantee we play semifinals. Sadly I think it’s another September without us, but while there’s mathematically a chance, I’m all in until the fat lady signs, problem is I can hear her, she’s out the back warming up.


Here’s our remaining draw, does anyone see 7 or 8 W’s there, keeping in mind our track record of putting back to back wins together, sorry to spoil the start to the week.

Goons H
Vermin
2 points
Cows
Knights H
Tits H
Chooks A
2 points
Raiders A
Wahs H
Tig’s A
We have two more games to add in,

Dogs away and Sharks at home, I think they make the 8, I didn’t think at the start of the season they would.

Get a couple of edge forwards to round out the 30 man squad and they are a shot.
 

Rafferty

Mug punter
We have two more games to add in,

Dogs away and Sharks at home, I think they make the 8, I didn’t think at the start of the season they would.

Get a couple of edge forwards to round out the 30 man squad and they are a shot.
Cheers, fell for the old 25 rounds trick, I’ve amended the post, still don’t think it’s made the task much better.
 

effnic

Reserve Grader
We did play the Premiership favourites yesterday, and csme close to a win. It was always going to be that, i hope we win kinda game. Our run in to Sep starts next Sunday at Brookie against the goons. Everythings on the line now and with a packed out Brookie behind us we'll bring this one home.
Premiership favs missing some big guns. Also were there fir the taking. We were pathetic. Lazy. 32m gains every set. Zero effort. Nobody wants to tackle. How can you not see this?
 

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