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  • NYC Report | Manly soar into Grand Final

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    Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are into the 2017 Holden Cup Grand Final following a gritty 34-18 victory over St George-Illawarra Dragons at Allianz Stadium today.

  • Self belief a huge asset for NYC team

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    It wasn’t the ease of the demolition over minor premiers Cronulla that pleased Manly’s Holden Cup Coach Wayne Lambkin the most

  • Martin set for big impact off bench

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    The impact off the bench of hardworking forward Jesse Martin is set to have a positive impact for Manly’s Holden Cup side this Saturday.

  • Book your place now for Grand Final Luncheon

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    Join Manly greats Max Krilich, Steve Menzies, Russell Gartner, and Craig Hancock at the 2017 Grand Final Luncheon on Thursday, September 28.

  • Rep honours for Manly NYC Players

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    Five Manly U20s players have been chosen in the NZ U18 Taurahere team to play the NZ U18 Resident side in Auckland this Saturday.

  • 'Underdogs' ready to keep dream alive

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    The belief that ‘finals footy is a whole new ball game’ has certainly rang true over the past fortnight.

  • Manly players to do PM's XIII proud

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    Four Manly Warringah Sea Eagles players will fly out for Cairns on Wednesday as part of the first leg of the Australian Prime Minister’s XIII trip to Papua New Guinea.

  • NYC Team to play Dragons

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    Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Coach Wayne Lambkin has named his side to play St George-Illawarra Dragons in the Holden Cup Preliminary Final this Saturday.

  • NYC | Manly crush Sharks 44-22

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    Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have continued their march in the Holden Cup finals by claiming the scalp of minor premiers Cronulla Sutherland Sharks tonight.

  • Official Statement from the Sea Eagles

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    The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have now completed an investigation into an incident that occurred on Wednesday 13 September involving two members of the football department.