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Digital Image by Robb Cox © : NRL Rugby League - Round 3; Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles V Parramatta Eels, Brookvale Oval.  Sunday the 23rd of March 2014.




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NSW Cup coach Luke Williamson remains positive of a top eight finals finish, even off the back of 42-8 loss to the Penrith Panthers last weekend.

With the Wyong Roos side boasting some top name talent including former international forward Mark O'Meley, Williamson remains confident in his sides ability to get the result right today.

“There are some areas we need to improve on and the good thing is it comes back to us. If we can get our game right we will be winning more than we’re losing”.

While not getting the result he was after on the scoreboard against Penrith last week, Williamson remained upbeat about the style of football the boys were playing.

“When we had the ball in hand we were very good. We were just trying to force the issue and that was creating too many errors,” he said.

“At this level you just can’t not complete your sets”.

“It is a week to week proposition with these guys.  You really have to get them focused leading up to the game, which is hard when you have part time players, but every club has that hurdle,” he said.

The team heads in to today’s clash against Wyong with some injury concerns too - Jayden Hodges (concussion), Domenic Reardon, (thumb) & Manaia Rudolph (eye injury) all remain all in doubt and could join Todd Wilson (elbow), Jake Trbojevic (ankle) and Matt Ikuvalu who are already on the sidelines.

“If we can get our number one team on the paddock, with no injuries, we’re going to be very strong coming in to finals time.”

Williamson will be looking for another strong performance from the recently Tony Satini today, after his long stint on the sidelines ended last week against Penrith.

“It was exciting to have Tony back. He’s been training really well with his rehab, and performed really well in his first game back”.

The side will be looking to get maximum points from today’s game against Wyong  Roo’s before heading into the bye and another home game against old rivals the North Sydney Bears.

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Fullback          Clinton Gutherson

Wing               Domenic Reardon

Centre             Tony Satini

Centre             Cheyse Blair

Wing               David Williams 

Five-Eighth       Masada Iosefa

Half                 Manaia Rudolph

Front Row      Ligi Sao

Hooker            Jayden Hodges

Front Row      Tyson Andrews

2nd Row         James Hasson

2nd Row         Michael Chee Kam

Lock                Daniel Harrison


Interchange   Jayden Horo 

Interchange   Dylan Kelly

Interchange   Luke Bartley

Interchange   Epalahame Lauaki

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