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After last seasons draw saw the Sea Eagles fixed to seven Monday night fixtures, Sea Eagles coach Geoff Toovey is reasonably pleased with the 2014 NRL draw.


Manly-Warringah were forced to play three consecutive Monday night matches twice in 2013, but a renewed focus on free-to-air TV has Sea Eagles members and fans primed for an action-packed season in 2014.


The Sea Eagles will showcase seven Friday night FTA matches, three Saturday evening games, six afternoon matches on Sunday and the two Monday night fixtures.


Despite the disappointment of losing a grand final, Toovey insists he isnt out for redemption when his side clash with premiers Roosters in round four at Allianz Stadium.


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