Membership (and passion) a discussion..and memes

The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton
I found this Great quote from Clare Josa

THE CHOICES WE MAKE TODAY CREATE THE FUTURE THAT WE ARE DREAMING OF

Become part of our Dream Premiership Winning Team

with a Manly club Membership !


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Bencher
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One of the world's great wonders... 196k on facebook and struggle to get 5% converted to members

Clicking "like" is free.

Supporting the club through membership actually takes commitment.

Think of it this way.

When the chicken and the pig decide to give the farmer a nice breakfast of bacon and eggs, the chicken is involved but the pig is committed. :thumbsup:
 
The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton
Clicking "like" is free.

Supporting the club through membership actually takes commitment.

Think of it this way.

When the chicken and the pig decide to give the farmer a nice breakfast of bacon and eggs, the chicken is involved but the pig is committed. :thumbsup:
Well said feathered friend, True Manly Supporter and Valuable club member

Supporting our legendary club through membership does take commitment and without commitment nothing Great is achieved in our lifetime

If it was not for the committed passionate Manly souls that started our club in 1947 there would be no Manly Sea eagles

If there were no committed Delmeges , Penns , Club Sponsors and Club Members there would be no Manly Sea eagles

Let us all see the real value of commitment to our Great club
Let us all commit to the New Season with a Manly Cub Membership

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The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton
Is there no interstate membership this year?!
There is a membership package to suit every Manly fan anywhere in the world

Our helpful and friendly membership crew are waiting to help you (02) 9970 3000
 
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"This" poster won the tipping comp?....c'mon!
Staff member
Premium Member

Well it depends...

Memberships seem to be based more on (moron...teehee) what number of, if any, games you can attend.

Can you get to one interstate game?


  • 1 ticket to a Sea Eagles Away game of your choice in 2022 (any game where the Sea Eagles are the 'Away' team, excludes Magic Round)

You can't get to any games?

Just wanna be all digital:


Or there are 3 to 5 game "flexi memberships" if you can get to Brookie a few times a year.

All packages:


So I don't think one is called "interstate" but it's called 'away game ticketed'

Anyway...
 
When Eagles are silent Parrots begin to chatter
Yeah I'm up in Qld, so won't be attending any in person. Except Magic Round, but oh the away membership ticket doesn't cover that game 🤦‍♂️
 
Bencher
Premium Member
Just did a quick comparison to facebook followers to members. Dragoons, Storm, Souffs all have a 5% conversion rate...Parra 9.5% (obviously counting both heads) and Panthers 11%.
 
The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton
Yeah I'm up in Qld, so won't be attending any in person. Except Magic Round, but oh the away membership ticket doesn't cover that game 🤦‍♂️
A Manly Club Membership Covers our Commitment and Passion for our Great club
And ensures its viability and success

Is that not enough for any True Manly fan to commit and contribute

The moral of the story is
Our Greatness is not what we have and take with us in our Grave
Our Greatness is what we give and make a difference in our World

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The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton
Well it depends...

Memberships seem to be based more on (moron...teehee) what number of, if any, games you can attend.

Can you get to one interstate game?


  • 1 ticket to a Sea Eagles Away game of your choice in 2022 (any game where the Sea Eagles are the 'Away' team, excludes Magic Round)

You can't get to any games?

Just wanna be all digital:


Or there are 3 to 5 game "flexi memberships" if you can get to Brookie a few times a year.

All packages:


So I don't think one is called "interstate" but it's called 'away game ticketed'

Anyway...
Thank you Feathered friend . Great Work .

Thank you for your Contribution to the Greatest Club of all

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Reserve Grader
12th year and counting for myself, managed to get the wife and son back on board this year after them dropping memberships for last year.

Would love to see the club really push promotion of membership more and offer more options and advantages for members. The crusted on will always sign on (10000 odd) but to get significantly more members they need to do more work with it.
 
The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton
12th year and counting for myself, managed to get the wife and son back on board this year after them dropping memberships for last year.

Would love to see the club really push promotion of membership more and offer more options and advantages for members. The crusted on will always sign on (10000 odd) but to get significantly more members they need to do more work with it.
Congratulation on your Loyalty and Great contribution to our Great club @AshfieldBazza

I have friends that are Dragons and Souths supporters and their club membership packages are basically the same as ours

Club Membership Value Perspective
Being a proud club member is more about what is inside your membership pack
It is about what is inside your clubs History

Inside the history of the Dragons , the Rabbits , Panthers , Roosters , Dragons and all the rest
is a tarnished history filled with disgraceful wooden spoons that humiliated their supporters who walked at the end of their wooden spoon season with a wooden spoon stuck up their arse
Our legendary club has never humiliated us with a wooden spoon and that feathered friends is Priceless .

Lets talk more value
Our Legendary club on record is the most successful club in the modern era having won a premiership every decade since the 70s and competing in more finals than any other club and giving many many more years of more joy to their supporters than any other club
And what may I ask is the value of joy ? Its Priceless


But wait there is more ...
No other club membership pack includes arguably the most dominant and best player in the NRL
Tom Turbo and his best and fairest award proved that he indeed is the best of all

The moral of the story
Every club in the NRL has a membership pack
No club in the NRL has our Unique and Incomparable proud History

Our legendary club and the Greatest club of all is Priceless


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The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton
ASPIRE
TO INSPIRE
BEFORE YOU EXPIRE

STAMP YOUR MARK AND LEAVE YOUR GREATNESS HERE !!!

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The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton
GREATNESS COMES TO THOSE
WHO TAKE ACTION

STAMP YOUR MARK AND LEAVE YOUR GREATNESS HERE !!!

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The Incomparable Immortal Bob Fulton

List of Manly Warringah Sea Eagles honours

Counted amongst the honours achieved by the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles since their first season in 1947 are eight 8 NRL Premierships and one World Club Challenge. The club's players and coaches have also received several individual awards.​

Media and Association Awards[edit]​


Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
Rugby League Immortal
Bob Fulton (1981 – Original Inductee)​
Team Of The Century
Ken Irvine (Wing), Bob Fulton (Reserve)​
ARL Hall of Fame
NSWRL Team Of Century
Ken Irvine (Wing), Bob Fulton (Five-Eight), Roy Bull (Reserve)​
Country (CRL) Team Of Century
Bob Fulton (Five-Eight)​
Illawarra Rugby League Team Of Century
Bob Fulton (Five-Eight)​
Top 100 Players (Australia)
Indigenous Rugby League Team of the Century
Dale Shearer (Wing), Cliff Lyons (Lock), Mal Cockrane (Hooker)​
Rothmans Medal
Graham Eadie (1974), Mal Cochrane (1986)​
Dally M Awards
Cliff Lyons (1990, 1994), Matt Orford (2008)​
Player of the Year
Cliff Lyons (1990, 1994), Matt Orford (2008)​
Silver Dally M
Ian Roberts (1993), Cliff Lyons (1995)​
Best Fullback
Graham Eadie (1983), Matthew Ridge (1995)​
Best Winger
John Ribot (1982), Kerry Boustead (1983)​
Best Centre
Michael O'Connor (1987, 1988), Jamie Lyon (2010, 2011, 2013, 2014)​
Best Five-Eight
Cliff Lyons (1990, 1994)​
Best Halfback
Matt Orford (2008), Daly Cherry-Evans (2014)​
Best Lock Forward
Des Hasler (1991), Steve Menzies (2002), Ben Kennedy (2005, 2006)​
Best Second Rower
Paul Vautin (1983), Noel Cleal (1984, 1986), Steve Menzies (1994, 1995, 1998), Anthony Watmough (2007, 2009), Glenn Stewart (2008)​
Best Hooker
Mal Cochrane (1986, 1987), Jim Serdaris (1996), Geoff Toovey (1999)​
Best Prop Forward
Dave Brown (1983), Martin Bella (1990), Ian Roberts (1993, 1994)​
Top Try-Scorer
Bob Fulton (1972, 1973, 1976), Kevin Junee (1974), Russel Gartner (1977), Tom Mooney (1979), Phil Blake (1983, 1986), Steve Menzies (1995), Terry Hill (1997 - ARL), Brett Stewart (2008), David Williams (2013)​
Top Points Scorer
Ron Rowles (1951, 1952, 1953, 1954), Graham Eadie (1974, 1975, 1976), Matthew Ridge (1995)​
Rookie of the Year
Phil Blake (1982), Jack Elsegood (1993), Steve Menzies (1994), Daly Cherry-Evans (2011)​
Captain of the Year
Ben Kennedy (2006), Jason King (2012), Jamie Lyon (2012, 2014)​
Coach of the Year
Bob Fulton (1983)​
Dave Brown Medal*
Dennis Ward (1972), Bob Fulton (1973), Graham Eadie (1976, 1978)​
Clive Churchill Medal
Cliff Lyons (1987), Geoff Toovey (1996), Brent Kite (2008), Glenn Stewart (2011), Daly Cherry-Evans (2013)​
Rugby League Week Player of the Year
John Mayes (1973), Bob Fulton (1975), Phil Sigsworth (1983), Cliff Lyons (1994)​
Norwich Rising Star – Rookie of the Year
Jack Elsegood (1993), John Hopoate (1995)​
Rugby League Players Association
Players’ Player
Ben Kennedy (2006)​
Best Country Player
Brent Kite (2006)​
Rookie Of The Year
David Williams (2008)​
Clubman Of The Year
Jason King (2008)​
New Zealand Player of the Year
Darrell Williams (1989), Kieran Foran (2013)​
NSW Player of the Year
Roy Bull (1954), Bob Fulton (1972, 1973)​
Sun Herald Best and Fairest
Rex Mossop (1958), Dennis Ward (1968)​
Ken Stephen Memorial Award
Ian Roberts (1994), Michael Monaghan (2006)​

Club honours[edit]​

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
Clubman of the Year
Owen Cunningham (1994), Cliff Lyons (1995), Des Hasler (1996), Geoff Toovey (1997), Craig Hancock (1998), Steve Menzies (1999, 2002), Chad Randall (2003), Albert Torrens (2004), Luke Williamson (2005), Chris Hicks (2006), Michael Monaghan (2007), Mark Bryant (2008), George Rose (2010), Michael Robertson (2011) Joe Galuvao (2012), Brett Stewart (2013), Brenton Lawrence (2014, 2016), Josh Starling (2015), Jake Trbojevic (2017), Joel Thompson (2018), Glenn Moore (2019)​
Best and Fairest
Steve Menzies (2002), Chris Hicks (2004), Ben Kennedy (2005, 2006), Glenn Stewart (2007, 2008, 2011), Jason King (2009, 2010), Matt Ballin (2012), Anthony Watmough (2013), Brenton Lawrence (2014), Jake Trbojevic (2015, 2018, 2019), Tom Trbojevic (2016), Daly Cherry-Evans (2017)​
Players’ Player
John Hopoate (2002), Ben Kennedy (2005), Brent Kite (2006), Brett Stewart (2007, 2015), Brent Kite (2008), George Rose (2009) Jamie Lyon (2010, 2012), Steve Matai (2011), Daly Cherry-Evans (2013), Kieran Foran (2014), Jake Trbojevic (2016, 2017), Joel Thompson (2018, 2019)​
Rookie of the Year
Jason King (2002), Steve Matai (2005), Travis Burns (2006), Michael Bani (2007), David Williams (2008), Kieran Foran (2009), Trent Hodkinson (2010), Daly Cherry-Evans (2011), Jorge Taufua (2012), Peta Hiku (2013), Jesse Sene-Lefao (2014), Tom Trbojevic (2015), Addin Fonua-Blake (2016), Brian Kelly (2017), Reuben Garrick (2019)​
Members Best and Fairest
Ben Kennedy (2005, 2006), Brett Stewart (2007, 2014, 2015), Anthony Watmough (2007, 2009), Matt Orford (2008), Jamie Lyon (2010, 2012), Kieran Foran (2011), Daly Cherry-Evans (2013, 2018), Jake Trbojevic (2016, 2017, 2019)​

Representative Players[edit]​

Below are the players to play representative football whilst in Manly colours. Notable Internationals to play for Manly, but not represent from the club, include New Zealand players Jock Butterfield, Trevor Kilkelly, Adrian Shelford and Tasesa Lavea, and Great Britain players Mal Reilly, Phil Lowe, Steve Norton, Andy Goodway, Kevin Ward and Welsh dual rugby international John Devereux.

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
Australian Test Players
68Martin Bella, Johnny Bliss, Kerry Boustead, Les Boyd, Bill Bradstreet, Dave Brown, Ray Brown, Roy Bull, Peter Burke, Mark Carroll, Daly Cherry-Evans, Noel Cleal, Chris Close, Phil Daley, Bill Delamare, Graham Eadie, Bob Fulton, Daniel Gartner, Russel Gartner, Geoff Gerard, Johnny Gibbs, David Gillespie, Bill Hamilton, Les Hanigan, Des Hasler, Terry Hill, John Hopoate, Fred Jones, Ben Kennedy, Brent Kite, Nik Kosef, Max Krilich, Jack Lumsden, Jamie Lyon, Cliff Lyons, John McDonald, Paul McCabe, Steve Martin, Steve Menzies, Danny Moore, John Morgan, Rex Mossop, Wally O'Connell, Michael O'Connor, John O'Neill, Josh Perry, Terry Randall, John Ribot, Ray Ritchie, Ian Roberts, Kevin Schubert, Dale Shearer, Jack Sinclair, Frank Stanton, Brett Stewart, Glenn Stewart, Alan Thompson, Ian Thomson, Geoff Toovey, Jake Trbojevic, Tom Trbojevic, Paul Vautin, Mick Veivers, Bruce Walker, Dennis Ward, Anthony Watmough, David Williams, Tony Williams and Gordon Willoughby.​
Australian Captains
2Max Krilich (1982–83) and Geoff Toovey (1996)​
New Zealand Test Players
New Zealand Captains
2Matthew Ridge (1995) and Kieran Foran (2013)​
Other Nations Test Players
19Nick Bradley-Qalilawa (Fiji), Addin Fonua-Blake (Tonga), Pita Godinet (Samoa), Solomon Haumono (Tonga), John Hopoate (Tonga), Craig Innes (Rest of the World), Brent Kite (Tonga), Apisai Koroisau (Fiji), Mark Lennon (Wales), Dunamis Lui (Samoa), Feleti Mateo (Tonga), Vic Mauro (Italy), Michael Robertson (Scotland), Jesse Sene-Lefao (Samoa), Jorge Taufua (Tonga), Akuila Uate (Fiji), Siosaia Vave (Tonga), Brayden Wiliame (Fiji), Matthew Wright (Samoa).​
Tongan Captains
1Brent Kite (2013)​
State Of Origin (NSW)
NSW State of Origin Captains
2Max Krilich (1982–83) and Geoff Toovey (1997)​
State Of Origin (QLD)
Qld State of Origin Captains
2Paul Vautin (1988, 1990), Daly Cherry-Evans (2019 -)​
State Of Residence (NSW)
Prime Minister's XIII
10Brett Stewart (2006), Matt Orford (2006), Michael Robertson (2009), David Williams (2009), Glenn Stewart (2009), George Rose (2009), Tony Williams (2010), Chris Bailey (2010), Brenton Lawrence (2014), Jake Trbojevic (2015, 2016)​

All-Time Greatest Teams[edit]​

In recent times the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Football Club has recognised their players, past and present, with teams announced to reflect the best squads up to that point. The 2006 Dream Team selectors featured ex-Manly Warringah secretary Ken Arthurson (the Godfather of Manly), respected League writer Ian Heads, MWRLFC Chairman Kerry Sibraa and journalist Phil Rothfield.

Official Greatest Teams
1990
2006
Full Back
Winger
Winger
Centre
Centre
Five-Eighth
Halfback
Lock Forward
Second Row
Second Row
Front Row
Hooker
Front Row
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Reserve
Coach
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Team Manager
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Centenary Honours[edit]​

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
ARL Team Of The Century
Ken Irvine (Wing), Bob Fulton (Reserve)​
ARL 100 Greatest Players
Kerry Boustead, Roy Bull, Graham Eadie, Bob Fulton, Ken Irvine, John O'Neill​
NSWRL Team Of The Century
Ken Irvine (Wing), Bob Fulton (5/8), Roy Bull (Reserve)​
Country Rugby League Team Of The Century
Bob Fulton (5/8)​
Illawarra Rugby League Team Of The Century
Bob Fulton (5/8)​
Indigenous Team Of The Century
Dale Shearer (Wing), Cliff Lyons (Lock)​
Secondary Schools Centenary Team
Steve Menzies (2nd Row), Les Boyd (Front Row)​

Premierships (8/73)[edit]​

YearOpponentCompetitionScoreVenueAttendance
1972 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Eastern Suburbs RoostersNSWRFL19–14Sydney Cricket Ground54,537
1973 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland SharksNSWRFL10–7Sydney Cricket Ground52,044
1976 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta EelsNSWRFL13–10Sydney Cricket Ground57,343
1978 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland SharksNSWRFL16–0Sydney Cricket Ground33,552*
1987 Canberra colours.svg Canberra RaidersNSWRL18–8Sydney Cricket Ground50,201
1996 St. George colours.svg St George DragonsARL20–8Sydney Football Stadium40,985
2008 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne StormNRL40–0**ANZ Stadium80,388
2011 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand WarriorsNRL24–10ANZ Stadium81,988

Runners-up (11/73)[edit]​

YearOpponentCompetitionScoreVenueAttendance
1951 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney RabbitohsNSWRFL14–42Sydney Sports Ground28,505
1957 St. George colours.svg St George DragonsNSWRFL9–31Sydney Cricket Ground54,399
1959 St. George colours.svg St George DragonsNSWRFL0–20Sydney Cricket Ground49,457
1968 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney RabbitohsNSWRFL9–13Sydney Cricket Ground54,255
1970 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney RabbitohsNSWRFL12–23Sydney Cricket Ground53,241
1982 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta EelsNSWRFL8–21Sydney Cricket Ground52,186
1983 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta EelsNSWRFL6–18Sydney Cricket Ground40,285
1995 Canterbury colours.svg Sydney BulldogsARL4–17Sydney Football Stadium41,127
1997 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle KnightsARL16–22Sydney Football Stadium42,482
2007 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm*NRL8–34ANZ Stadium81,392
2013 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney RoostersNRL18–26ANZ Stadium81,491

Minor Premierships (9/73)[edit]​

YearCompetitionWinsDrawsLossesPFPA
1971NSWRFL1903528260
1972NSWRFL1813460255
1973NSWRFL1714500226
1976NSWRFL1606499252
1983NSWRFL2204690361
1987NSWRL1805553356
1995ARL2002687248
1996ARL1804549191
1997ARL1505521366

World Club Challenges (1/3)[edit]​

YearOpponentResultScoreVenueAttendance
1987 Wigancolours.svg WiganLoss2–8Central Park36,895
2009 Rhinoscolours.svg Leeds RhinosWin28–20Elland Road32,569
2012 Rhinoscolours.svg Leeds RhinosLoss12–26Headingley Carnegie Stadium21,062

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