This could be a nothing but after discussions about Rugby and League this sort of article in Saturdays Manly Daily is one that is good to see: Erick lured by league Joe Barton 07Jul07 THE continued improvement of the Manly Sea Eagles over the last four seasons could encourage Allambie Heights' Erick Calderon to choose rugby league over rugby union. The talented 15-year-old has already toured the world with the 15-a-side sport when he competed in the Hong Kong 10s with the Seaforth Raiders. But the lure of more open space on the field and the rising profile of players like Brett Stewart has given rugby league the edge when it comes to snaring Cumberland Newspapers latest Junior Sports Star nominee. And after excelling at rugby league, rugby union, tennis, athletics and surf lifesaving, it would be fair to say that Erick is spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding what sport will be graced with his involvement. ``I like both league and union, but I'm probably enjoying league a bit more,'' the outside back said. ``I just feel more involved and I like the enthusiasm of it. I try to get over for a couple of tries when I can.'' Erick, who currently plays league for the Cromer Kingfishers, plans on trying out for the Sea Eagles Harold Matthews team later this year. The youngster has spent the year training with the Manly Marlins, but at the moment he is drawn to rugby league like a moth to a light. ``I love Manly. It'd be a real thrill (to play for the Sea Eagles),'' he said. ``I like to think of Brett Stewart is an influence, and Steve Menzies is my hero - an inspiration for all Manly supporters.''To nominate a Cumberland Newspapers 2007 Junior Sports Star online go to www.manlydaily.com.au and click on the ``Junior Sports Star'' link logo.