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Sea Eagles Records

Year Entered Premiership: 1947

Granted Entry to NSWRL First Grade Competition: November 4, 1946

Re-entered Premiership: 2003

Note: Manly did not participate in the premiership between 2000 and 2002, initially forming a joint venture with the North Sydney club to play as the Northern Eagles. The joint venture arrangement was officially dissolved in August 2001 however the club continued to play as the Northern Eagles until the end of the 2002 season.

Colours: Maroon and White

Home Ground: 4 Pines Park, Brookvale 

Full premiership record (1947-Rd 6, 2024)

Played: 1713, won 967, lost 708, drawn 38, byes 46

Home ground record crowd

27,655 vs Parramatta Eels, August 31, 1986

Inaugural First Grade team vs Western Suburbs Magpies, April 12, 1947, Brookvale Oval

Albert 'Bert' Collins, Jim Walsh, Cyril 'Kelly' McMahon, Mackie Campbell, Johnny Bliss, Merv Gillmer, Gary Maddrell, Jim Hall, Keith 'Megsy' Kirkwood, Max Whitehead (c), Pat Hines, Ern Cannon, Harry Grew. Coach: Harold Johnson.

Western Suburbs 15 (T Briggs try, W Keato 6 goals) d Manly Warringah 13 (J Bliss, C McMahon, K Kirkwood tries, M Gillmer 2 goals). First tryscorer for Manly: Keith Kirkwood

Manly's inaugural 1947 first grade team Back row (l-r) C 'Kelly' McMahon, Merv Gillmer, Keith Kirkwood, Harry Grew, Johnny Bliss; Middle row (l-r) Jim Hall, AJ 'Bert' Collins, Max Whitehead (Captain), Mackie Campbell, Jim Walsh; Front row (l-r) Ern Cannon, Gary Maddrell, Pat Hines.
Manly's inaugural 1947 first grade team Back row (l-r) C 'Kelly' McMahon, Merv Gillmer, Keith Kirkwood, Harry Grew, Johnny Bliss; Middle row (l-r) Jim Hall, AJ 'Bert' Collins, Max Whitehead (Captain), Mackie Campbell, Jim Walsh; Front row (l-r) Ern Cannon, Gary Maddrell, Pat Hines.

Inaugural Reserve Grade team vs Western Suburbs, April 12, 1947, Brookvale Oval

Full-back: P Aldridge, three-quarters: J Bradstreet, C Foerster, K Chapman, A Kerle; halves: A Sullivan, R Smith; forwards: C Robinson, R Allerton, D Matherson, R Bourke, E Dawes, F Burge

Western Suburbs 7 (J Snare try; J Lackey 2 goals) d Manly Warringah 3 (J Bradstreet try).

Inaugural Third Grade team vs Western Suburbs Magpies, April 12, 1947, Brookvale Oval

Full-back: R Beaumont, three-quarters: A Barnes, S Raffo, F Denham, A Riddle, halves: T Jensen, J Campbell; forwards: A Barrett, J Hubbard, B Seymour, R Mullins, L Johnson, R Waterer.

Western Suburbs 11 (A Rosevear, J Rawlinson, J Duggan tries; J Bradley goal) d Manly Warringah 5 (T Jensen try, R Beaumont goal).

Inaugural First Grade win

May 31, 1947: vs Parramatta, Brookvale Oval, 15-7

Major Sponsors

Pioneer Stereo (1977-82), Wormald (1983-88), American Data Telecommunications (ADT) (1989), P&O (1990-92), Pepsi-Cola Bottlers (1993-97), FAI (1998-99), Delmege Commercial (2003-08), Quantum Eco Hot Water (2009-10), Kaspersky (2011-15), Coco Joy (2016), United Resource Management (2017-21), Pointsbet (2022-)

First Grade Premierships: 8

1972: Manly 19 d Eastern Suburbs Roosters 14

Graham Eadie, Ken Irvine, Ray Branighan, Bob Fulton, Max Brown, Ian Martin, Dennis Ward, Malcolm Reilly, Terry Randall, Allan Thomson, John O’Neill, Fred Jones (c), Bill Hamilton. Coach: Ron Willey

1973: Manly 10 d Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 7

Graham Eadie, Ken Irvine, Ray Branighan, Bob Fulton, Max Brown, Ian Martin, Johnny Mayes, Malcolm Reilly, Terry Randall, Peter Peters, John O’Neill, Fred Jones (c), Bill Hamilton, replacement John Bucknall, Coach: Ron Willey

1976: Manly 13 d Parramatta Eels 10

Graham Eadie, Tom Mooney, Russel Gartner, Bob Fulton (c), Rod Jackson, Alan Thompson, Gary Stephens, Ian Martin, Phil Lowe, Steve Norton, Terry Randall,  Max Krilich, John Harvey, replacements: Gary Thoroughgood, Mark Willoughby, Coach Frank Stanton

1978: Manly 16 d Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 0 (GF Replay)

Graham Eadie, Tom Mooney, Stephen Knight, Russel Gartner, Simon Booth, Alan Thompson, Steve Martin, Ian Martin, Terry Randall, Bruce Walker, John Harvey, Max Krilich (c), Ian Thomson; replacements: Ray Branighan, Wayne Springall, Coach: Frank Stanton.

1987: Manly 18 d Canberra Raiders 8

Dale Shearer, David Ronson, Darrell Williams, Michael O’Connor, Stuart Davis, Cliff Lyons, Des Hasler, Paul Vautin (c), Noel Cleal, Ron Gibbs, Kevin Ward, Mal Cochrane, Phil Daley, replacements: Mark Pocock, Paul Shaw. Coach: Bob Fulton

1996: Manly 20 d St George Dragons 8

Matthew Ridge, Danny Moore, Craig Innes, Terry Hill, John Hopoate, Nik Kosef, Geoff Toovey (c), David Gillespie, Jim Serdaris, Mark Carroll, Steve Menzies, Daniel Gartner, Owen Cunningham; interchange: Cliff Lyons, Neil Tierney, Craig Hancock, Des Hasler; Coach: Bob Fulton.

2008: Manly 40 d Melbourne Storm 0

Brett Stewart, Michael Robertson, Steven Bell, Steve Matai, David Williams, Jamie Lyon, Matt Orford (c), Brent Kite, Matt Ballin, Josh Perry, Anthony Watmough, Glen Hall, Glenn Stewart; interchange Heath L'Estrange, Mark Bryant, Jason King, Steve Menzies. Coach: Des Hasler.

2011: Manly 24 d New Zealand Warriors 10

Brett Stewart, Michael Robertson, Jamie Lyon (c), Steve Matai, Will Hopoate, Kieran Foran, Daly Cherry-Evans, Joe Galuvao, Matt Ballin, Brent Kite, Anthony Watmough, Tony Williams, Glenn Stewart; interchange: Shane Rodney, Jamie Buhrer, Vic Mauro, George Rose. Coach Des Hasler

First Grade Runners-up (11)

1951, 1957, 1959, 1968, 1970, 1982, 1983, 1995, 1997, 2007, 2013

Minor Premierships (9)

1971, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1983, 1987, 1995, 1996, 1997

World Club Challenge Winners: 2009

Wooden Spoon: 0

Pre-Season Cup Winners

1980, 2023

KB Cup Winners

1982, 1983

Sevens Winners

1990, 1994, 1995

Reserve Grade Titles

Premiers: 1954, 1960, 1969, 1973, 1988

Minor Premiers: 2009

Third Grade Titles

1952

Holden Cup/NYC Titles (U20s)

Premiers: 2017

Minor Premiers: 2009

Jersey Flegg Cup Titles

1961, 1974, 1987

Presidents Cup

1946, 1970

Club Championships

1972, 1983, 1987, 1988

World Club Challenge

2009

Immortal: Bob Fulton

Manly's only Immortal....the great Bob Fulton
Manly's only Immortal....the great Bob Fulton ©NRL Photos

Hall of Fame

Roy Bull, Eddie Lumsden, Ken Irvine, John O’Neill, Bob Fulton, Graham Eadie, Kerry Boustead, Cliff Lyons, Steve Menzies.

Most First Grade Games 

311 Daly Cherry-Evans (2011-)*

309 Cliff Lyons 1986-1999

280 Steve Menzies 1993-2008

278 Anthony Watmough 2003-2014

263 Alan Thompson 1973-1984

255 Des Hasler 1984-1996 

241 Fred Jones 1961-1975

238 Geoff Toovey 1988-1999

237 Graham Eadie 1971-1983

233 Brett Stewart 2003-2016

Cliff Lyons holds the record for Most First Grade Games for Manly
Cliff Lyons holds the record for Most First Grade Games for Manly ©NRL Photos

Most Games as Captain

165: Daly Cherry-Evans* (after Rd 6, 2024)

160: Jamie Lyon

142: Geoff Toovey

92: Fred Jones

90: Bob Fulton

87: Paul Vautin

Most Points for the Club

1917 Graham Eadie (71T, 847G, 3FG) 1971-1983 

1410 Jamie Lyon (86T, 533G) 2007-2016

1158 Bob Batty (40T, 502G, 19FG) 1959-1971

1093 Matthew Ridge (32T, 477G, 11FG) 1990-1996

1002 Reuben Garrick* (69T, 361G) 2019-

958 Ron Willey (20T, 449G) 1956-1962

842 Ron Rowles (46T, 352G) 1950-1954

739 Daly Cherry-Evans* (88T, 180G, 27FG) 2011-

652 Brett Stewart (163T)

606 Steve Menzies (151T,1G) 1993-99, 2003-08

578 Michael O’Connor (54T, 180G, 2FG) 1987-92

561 Matt Orford (17T, 242G, 9FG) 2006-09

510 Bob Fulton (129T, 10G, 56FG), 1966-76

Four time premiership winning full-back Graham Eadie holds the Club Record for Most Points for Manly
Four time premiership winning full-back Graham Eadie holds the Club Record for Most Points for Manly

Most Tries in a Match

5 Les Hanigan v Cronulla, Brookvale Oval, May 14, 1967.

Andrew Sullivan v Roosters, Sydney Sports Ground, Aug 1, 1953

4 Ron Rowles v Canterbury,  Brookvale Oval, July 24, 1954

4 Ray Ritchie v Parramatta, Brookvale Oval, April 19, 1958

4  Brian Allsop v Balmain, Leichhardt Oval, May 7, 1961

4 Len Wadling v South Sydney, Brookvale Oval, April 28, 1962.

4 John McDonald v Parramatta, Brookvale Oval, April 19, 1970

4 Ken Irvine v Penrith, Penrith Park, August 8, 1971

4 Bob Fulton v Balmain, Brookvale Oval, August 6, 1972

4 Johnny Mayes v Penrith, Penrith Park, July 29, 1973

4 Tom Mooney v Penrith, Brookvale Oval, May 8, 1976

4 Russel Gartner v Newtown, Brookvale Oval, August 14, 1977

4 Tom Mooney v Canterbury, Brookvale Oval, August 25, 1979

4 Phil Blake v Canterbury, Brookvale Oval, March 13, 1983

4 Steve Menzies v South Sydney, Brookvale Oval, March 24, 1996

4 John Hopoate v South Sydney, Sydney Football Stadium, September 1, 1996

4 Terry Hill v South Qld, Brookvale Oval, July 6, 1997

4 Steve Menzies v Western Suburbs, Brookvale Oval, July 11, 1999

4 David Williams v Parramatta, Brookvale Oval , July 8, 2012

4 Peta Hiku v Canberra, Brookvale Oval, April 27, 2014

4 Akuila Uate v South Sydney, Allianz Stadium, April 28, 2017

4 Reuben Garrick v Gold Coast Titans, Cbus Super Stadium, June 20, 2021

Most Tries in a Season 

28 Tom Trbojevic (2021)

27 Phil Blake (1983)

26 Jason Saab (2021)

23 Kevin Junee  (1974), Reuben Garrick (2021)

22 Steve Menzies  (1995), Terry Hill (1997), Brett Stewart (2008)

21 Bob Fulton (1976), John Hopoate (1995), Scott Donald (2003), Brett Stewart (2006)

Records include finals matches. 

Most Tries for the Club 

163 Brett Stewart 2003-2016

151 Steve Menzies 1993-2008

129 Bob Fulton 1966-1976

91 Steve Matai 2005-2016

90 Tom Trbojevic 2015-*

88 Jorge Taufua 2012-2022, Daly Cherry-Evans 2011-*

86 Jamie Lyon 2007-2016

83 Tom Mooney 1975-81

The 'Prince of Brookvale'...Brett Stewart holds the record for Most tries for Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
The 'Prince of Brookvale'...Brett Stewart holds the record for Most tries for Manly Warringah Sea Eagles ©NRL Photos

Most Points in a Season

334 Reuben Garrick (23T, 121G), 2021

257 Matthew Ridge (11T, 106G, 1FG) 1995

242 Graham Eadie (14T, 100G) 1975

242 Jamie Lyon (16T, 89G) 2013

234 Matthew Ridge (5T, 106G, 2FG) 1994

233 Graham Eadie (9T, 103G) 1976

226 Graham Eadie (7T, 99G) 1983

221 Ron Rowles (13T, 91G) 1954

220 Ron Rowles (12T, 92G) 1951

216 Graham Eadie (10T, 93G) 1974

Most Points in a Match

30 Ron Rowles (4T, 9G) v Canterbury, Brookvale Oval, July 24, 1954.

30 Matthew Ridge (2T, 11G) v Wests, Brookvale Oval, August 25, 1996

30 Reuben Garrick (2T, 11G) vs Canterbury, Bankwest Stadium, July 3, 2021

30 Reuben Garrick (3T, 9G) vs Dolphins, 4 Pines Park, June 9, 2023

28 Reuben Garrick (3T, 8G) vs Parramatta, Sunshine Coast Stadium, August 14, 2021

28 Graham Eadie (14G) v Penrith, Penrith Park, July 29, 1973.

28 Matthew Ridge (3T, 8G) v Western Reds, Brookvale Oval, June 25, 1995

28 Matt Orford (3T, 8G) v Roosters, Brookvale Oval, July 7, 2007

27 Ron Rowles (3T, 9G) v Roosters, Brookvale Oval, April 17, 1954

27 Graham Eadie (1T, 12G) v South Sydney, Brookvale Oval, August 24, 1975.

Most Goals in a Match

14 Graham Eadie v Penrith, Penrith Park, July 29, 1973

12 Graham Eadie v South Sydney, Brookvale Oval, August 24, 1975

11 Mike Eden v Canberra, Brookvale Oval, July 11, 1982

11 Matthew Ridge v Wests, Brookvale Oval, March 26, 1994

11 Matthew Ridge v Wests, Brookvale Oval, August 25, 1996

11 Reuben Garrick v Canterbury, Bankwest Stadium, July 3, 2021

Biggest Wins

66 66-0 v Canterbury, Bankwest Stadium, July 3, 2021

63 70-7 v Penrith, Penrith Park, July 29, 1973 (+Highest Score)

61 61-0 v St George, Brookvale Oval, July 3, 1994

58 66-8 v Western Suburbs Magpies, Brookvale Oval, March 26 1994

56 56-0 v Sydney Roosters, Brookvale Oval, July 7, 2007 

54 54-0 v South Sydney, Brookvale Oval, August 24, 1975

54 54-0 v Parramatta, Lottoland, March 18, 2018

Record....the 66-0 win over Canterbury on July 3, 2021, is Manly's biggest ever first grade win
Record....the 66-0 win over Canterbury on July 3, 2021, is Manly's biggest ever first grade win ©NRL Photos

Biggest Losing Margins

62 6-68 v Cronulla at Toyota Park, August 21, 2005 (Rd 24)

60 12-72 v Penrith at Penrith FS, August 7, 2004 (Rd 22)

50 11-61 v St George at Hurstville Oval, May 3, 1947 (Rd 4)

46 0-46 v Sydney Roosters at SFS, March 14, 1999 (Rd 2)

44 12-56 v Newcastle at Ausgrid Stadium, June 27, 2004 (Rd 16); 6-50 v Newtown at SCG, June 13, 1955 (Rd 9)

Most Consecutive Wins

15 (Round 1-15, March 12,1995 to July 9, 1995)

Biggest Comeback

Trailed Penrith 26-6 after 51 minutes to win 36-26, Brookvale Oval, May 29, 2005.

Longest Home Winning Streaks

Brookvale Oval: 16 Matches 13/8/95 – 20/4/97

Most Consecutive Losses

8 May 6 1950 to July 29, 1950; August 28, 1988, to April 18, 1999

Records - All Grades

Most games: 370, Steve Menzies, 1993-2008 (349 first, 5 reserve grade, 16 third grade)

Most Points: 2070, Graham Eadie, 1971-83

Most Tries: 189, Steve Menzies, 1993-2008 (180 first grade, 4 reserve grade, 5 third grade)

Most Goals: 913, Graham Eadie, 1971-83

Highest Try Scorer in a season: 30, Phil Blake, 1982 (9 first grade, 14 reserve grade, 7 third grade)

Most Goals in a season: 121, Reuben Garrick (2021)

First Grade Captains 

Matt Ballin (2015), Bob Batty (1971), John Bliss (1948), Les Boyd (1983), Ray Branighan (1976-77), Fred Brown (1948-49, 1952-53), Jamie Buhrer (2016), Roy Bull (1950-51, 1953-56, 1958-59), Mackie Campbell (1947), Daly Cherry-Evans
(2017-23), Noel Cleal (1986-89), Mal Cochrane (1987, 1989), Lachlan Croker (2023), Owen Cunningham (1999), Ken Day (1965-67), Rees Duncan (1954-56), Graham Eadie (1978, 1980), Kieran Foran (2021), Bob Fulton (1968-69, 1974-76)
Geoff Gerard (1984), Merv Gillmer (1948-49), Bill Hamilton (1973), Des Hasler (1986, 1993), George Hunter (1949, 1957-58), Fred Jones (1966-67, 1969-74), Ben Kennedy (2006), Jason King (2010-13), Brent Kite (2007), Max Krilich (1974, 1977-83), Jamie Lyon (2008, 2010-16), Cliff Lyons (1990-92), Ian Martin (1977), John McDonald (1970-71), C "Kelly" McMahon (1947-48), Tony Melrose (1985), Steve Menzies (2003-04), Michael Monaghan (2004-05, 2007), Tom Mooney (1980), Rex Mossop (1961, 1963), Nate Myles (2016), Barry O'Connell (1963-64), Ron O'Connell (1948), Wally O'Connell (1951-52), Michael O'Connor (1989-92), Matt Orford (2006-09), Tony Paskins (1963-640, Fred Pickup (1964-65), Perc Pritchard (1950), Terry Randall (1976-78, 1981), Malcolm Reilly (1972, 1974-75), Matthew Ridge (1994-96), Glenn Ryan (1985), Ian Schubert (1983), Kevin Schubert (1950-54), George Smith (1964), Frank Stanton (1965-66, 1968), Brett Stewart (2011, 2014-15), Glenn Stewart (2010), Alan Thompson (1979, 1982-84), Joel Thompson (2019), Geoff Toovey (1991, 1993-99), Jake Trbojevic (2016, 2019, 2022), Paul Vautin (1985-89), Andrew Walker (2004), Max Whitehead (1947), Ron Willey (1957-60, 1962).

NB: Multiple captains used in some years - player with most appearances as captain in a given year is listed above.

Most Premierships as Captain

2 Fred Jones 1972, 1973; 1 Bob Fulton 1976, 1 Max Krilich 1978, 1 Paul Vautin 1987, 1 Geoff Toovey 1996, 1 Matt Orford 2008, 1 Jamie Lyon 2011.

Premiership wins as a player

4 Graham Eadie, Ian Martin, Terry Randall

3 Bob Fulton, Ray Branighan

2 Ken Irvine, Max Brown, Malcolm Reilly, John O'Neill, Fred Jones, Bill Hamilton, Tom Mooney, Russell Gartner, Alan Thompson, John Harvey, Max Krilich, Cliff Lyons, Des Hasler, Steve Menzies, Brett Stewart, Michael Robertson, Steve Matai, Jamie Lyon, Brent Kite, Matt Ballin, Anthony Watmough, Glenn Stewart.

1 Dennis Ward, Allan Thomson, John Mayes, Peter Peters, John Bucknall, Rod Jackson, Gary Stephens, Phil Lowe, Steve Norton, Gary Thoroughgood, Mark Willoughby, Stephen Knight, Simon Booth, Steve Martin, Bruce Walker, Ian Thomson, Wayne Springall, Dale Shearer, David Ronson, Darrell Williams, Michael O'Connor, Stuart Davis, Paul Vautin, Noel Cleal, Ron Gibbs, Kevin Ward, Mal Cochrane, Phil Daley, Paul Shaw, Mark Pocock, Matthew Ridge, Danny Moore, Craig Innes, Terry Hill, John Hopoate, Nik Kosef, Geoff Toovey, David Gillespie, Jim Serdaris, Mark Carroll, Daniel Gartner, Owen Cunnngham, Neil Tierney, Craig Hancock, Steven Bell, David Williams, Matt Orford, Josh Perry, Glen Hall, Heath L'Estrange, Mark Bryant, Jason King, William Hopoate, Kieran Foran, Daly Cherry-Evans, Joe Galuvao, Tony Williams, Shane Rodney, Jamie Buhrer, Vic Mauro, George Rose.

Most Grand Finals as a player

6 Graham Eadie

5 Bob Fulton, Terry Randall, Steve Menzies

4 Fred Jones, Bill Hamilton, Ian Martin, Alan Thompson, Cliff Lyons, Brett Stewart, Steve Matai, Jamie Lyon, Brent Kite, Anthony Watmough, Glenn Stewart.

Club Internationals (while playing for Manly, *local juniors)

Australia (71): Martin Bella, Johnny Bliss*, Kerry Boustead, Les Boyd, Bill Bradstreet*, Ray Branighan, Dave Brown, Ray Brown, Roy Bull*, Peter Burke*, Mark Carroll, Daly Cherry-Evans, Noel Cleal, Chris Close, Phil Daley*, Bill Delamere*, 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, Steve Martin, Paul McCabe, John McDonald, 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, Gordon Willoughby*, Nick Yakich*

Australian Test Captains: Max Krilich (1982-83), Geoff Toovey (1996)

Legend....Manly hooker Max Krilich captained the  1982 'Invincibles', the first Kangaroos team to go through England and France undefeated
Legend....Manly hooker Max Krilich captained the 1982 'Invincibles', the first Kangaroos team to go through England and France undefeated

Record Test representation: 6 players v New Zealand, June 11, 1983 (Kerry Boustead, Paul Vautin, Paul McCabe, Geoff Gerard, Max Krilich, Dave Brown). 6 players v New Zealand, June 23, 1995 (Terry Hill, Geoff Toovey, David Gillespie, Mark Carroll, Steve Menzies, Danny Moore). 6 players v England, October 7, 1995 (Terry Hill, John Hopoate, Geoff Toovey, David Gillespie, Mark Carroll, Steve Menzies).

New Zealand (14): Mark Broadhurst, Lewis Brown, Addin Fonua-Blake, Kieran Foran, Peta Hiku, Kevin Iro, Tony Iro, Steve Matai, Gene Ngamu, Matthew Ridge, Martin Taupau, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Dean Whare, Darrell Williams

PM XIII 

2006: Brett Stewart, Matt Orford

2009: Michael Robertson, David Williams, Glenn Stewart, George Rose

2010: Tony Williams, Chris Bailey

2014: Brenton Lawrence

2015: Jake Trbojevic, Tom Symonds

2016: Jake Trbojevic

2017: Tom Trbojevic, Api Koroisau, Jake Trbojevic, Dylan Walker

2018: Brian Kelly, Daly Cherry-Evans, Jake Trbojevic

2019: Brad Parker, Jake Trbojevic, Reuben Garrick

Manly Indigenous Players 

Ashley Alberts 8 games, 2005

Tyson Andrews 4 games, 2014

Michael Bani 20 games, 2007-09

Mick Bryant 12 games, 1967-68

Cade Cust 27 games, 2019-2021

Aaron Cannings 22 games, 2003

Mal Cochrane 117 games, 1983-90

Alf Duncan 20 games, 1998-99

Ron Gibbs 47 games, 1986-87

Jayden Hodges 11 games, 2014-15

Brian Kelly 47 games, 2017-18

David Liddiard 34 games, 1990-92

Cliff Lyons 309 games, 1986-99

Kevin McGuinness 16 games, 2003

George Rose 127 games, 2006-13

Jason Saab 62 games, 2021-*

Paul Shaw 34 games, 1986-94

Dale Shearer 86 games, 1985-89

Frank Stokes 51 games, 1990-94

Joel Thompson 34 games, 2018-19

Esikeli Tonga 1 game, 2013

Albert Torrens 87 games, 1998-2004

Andrew Walker 24 games, 2004

Jonathan Wright 1 game, 2018

Doug Daley Memorial Clubperson of the Year Award

1994: Owen Cunningham, 1995: Cliff Lyons, 1996: Des Hasler, 1997: Geoff Toovey, 1998: Craig Hancock, 1999: Steve Menzies, 2000: Warwick Bulmer, 2001: not awarded, 2002: Steve Menzies, 2003: Chad Randall, 2004: Albert Torrens, 2005: Luke Williamson, 2006: Chris Hicks, 2007: Michael Monaghan, 2008: Mark Bryant, 2009: Greg Alexander, 2010: George Rose, 2011: Michael Robertson, 2012: Joe Galuvao, 2013: Brett Stewart, 2014: Brenton Lawrence, 2015: Josh Starling, 2016: Brenton Lawrence, 2017: Jake Trbojevic, 2018: Joel Thompson, 2019: Glenn Moore, 2020: Rod Valdes, 2021: Toafofoa Sipley, 2022: Shelley O'Malley, 2023: John Bonasera

Lifetime Achievement Award:

2008: Hon Kerry Sibraa AO

Individual Records

Rothmans Medal: Graham Eadie (1974), Mal Cochrane (1986)

Dally M Medal: Cliff Lyons (1990, 1994), Matt Orford (2008), Tom Trbojevic (2021)

Clive Churchill Medal: Dennis Ward (1972), Bob Fulton (1973), Graham Eadie (1976, 1978), Cliff Lyons (1987), Geoff Toovey (1996), Brent Kite (2008), Glenn Stewart (2011), Daly Cherry-Evans (2013)

Dally M Rookie of the Year: Phil Blake (1982), Jack Elsegood (1993), Steve Menzies (1994), Daly Cherry-Evans (2011).

Wally Lewis Medal (Best Player Origin series): Tom Trbojevic 2021

Brad Fittler Medal (Best NSW Player): Tom Trbojevic (2021)

Ken Stephen Memorial Award: Ian Roberts (1994), Michael Monaghan (2006)

Oldest Player: Cliff Lyons, 37 and 313 days in 1999

Youngest Player: Graham Eadie, 17 and 186 days in 1971

First Grade Coaches: Des Hasler (2004-11, 2019-*), Trent Barrett (2016-18), Geoff Toovey (2012-15), Peter Sharp (1999, 2003), Bob Fulton (1983‑88, 1993‑99), Graham Lowe (1990‑92), Alan Thompson (1989), Ray Ritchie (1981‑82), Allan Thomson (1980), Frank Stanton (1975‑79), Ron Willey (1962, 1970‑74), George Hunter (1968‑69), Wally O’Connell (1950-52, 1966‑67), Russ Pepperell (1964‑65), Tony Paskins (1963), Ken Arthurson (1957‑61), Pat Devery (1955‑56), Ray Norman (1954), Roy Bull (1953), George Mullins (1949), Ray Stehr (1947‑48), Harold Johnson (1947).

Most Wins as a Coach

205 Bob Fulton; 170 Des Hasler; 97 Ron Willey, 77 Frank Stanton; 61 Geoff Toovey; 56 Ken Arthurson.

Most Grand Finals Coached

5 Bob Fulton (1983, 1987, 1995 1996, 1997)

3 Ron Willey (1970, 1972, 1973)

3 Des Hasler (2007, 2008, 2011)

2 Ken Arthurson (1957, 1959)

2 Frank Stanton (1976, 1978)

Most Premierships as a Coach

2 Ron Willey (1972, 1973)

2 Frank Stanton (1976, 1978)

2 Bob Fulton (1987, 1996)

2 Des Hasler (2008, 2011)

Finishing Positions

1947: 9th

1948: 9th

1949: 8th

1950: 8th

1951: Runners-Up

1952: 5th

1953: 9th

1954: 5th

1955: Semi-Finalists 

1956: 6th

1957: Runners Up

1958: Semi-Finalists 

1959: Runners Up

1960: 6th

1961: Semi-Finalists 

1962: 7th

1963: 7th

1964: 8th

1965: 7th

1966: Preliminary Finalists 

1967: 5th

1968: Runners-Up

1969: Preliminary Finalists

1970: Runners Up

1971: Preliminary Finalists

1972: Premiers

1973: Premiers

1974: Semi-Finalists 

1975: Preliminary Finalists

1976: Premiers

1977: Preliminary Semi-Finalists

1978: Premiers

1979: 7th

1980: 7th

1981: Semi-Finalists

1982: Runners Up

1983: Runners Up

1984: Preliminary Semi-Finalists 

1985: 6th

1986: Preliminary Semi-Finalists 

1987: Premiers

1988: Preliminary Semi-Finalists 

1989: 12th

1990: Semi-Finalists

1991: Semi-Finalists

1992: 8th

1993: Preliminary Semi-Finalists 

1994: Preliminary Semi-Finalists 

1995: Runners Up

1996: Premiers

1997: Runners Up

1998: Quarter Finalists

1999: 13th

2003: 14th

2004: 13th

2005: Quarter Finalists

2006: Semi-Finalists 

2007: Runners Up

2008: Premiers

2009: Qualifying Finalists 

2010: Qualifying Finalists 

2011: Premiers

2012: Preliminary Finalists

2013: Runners Up

2014: Semi-Finalists 

2015: 9th

2016: 13th

2017: Elimination Finalists

2018: 15th

2019: Semi-Finalists

2020: 13th

2021: Preliminary Finalists

2022: 11th

2023: 12th

Acknowledgement of Country

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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