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Overall head to head

Sea Eagles 7

Dragons 14

Last five meetings

12th Sep 2010 – Dragons 28-0 – WIN Jubilee Oval

27th June 2011 – Dragons 24-6 - WIN Jubilee Oval

24th March 2012 – Dragons 17-6  - WIN Jubilee Oval

1st June 2012 - Sea Eagles 20-8 – Brookvale Oval

6th May 2013 – Sea Eagles 24-18 - WIN Jubilee Oval

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Last time they met - Rd 8 2013, WIN Jubilee Oval.

DRAGONS 18; tries Nathan Green (2), Chase Stanley, Michael Weyman; goals Soward 1/4.

SEA EAGLES 24; tries Matt Ballin, Jamie Lyon, Jorge Taufua, David Williams; goals Lyon 4/4

The Sea Eagles recorded their first ever win over the Dragons at WIN Jubilee Oval. Having never beaten the joint venture in five attempts at the venue, the Sea Eagles managed to hold off a resurgent St George side to claim a 24-18 victory.

Leading 18-0 after 21 minutes, Geoff Toovey’s men let their advantage slip as the Dragons came back to level the scores at 18-a-piece.

But a piece of Jorge Taufua magic sealed the six-point victory as he showed enormous strength to score the match-winning try with ten minutes remaining.

Daly Cherry-Evans' kicking game was the difference that that. He put the Dragons back three under extreme pressure with challenging bombs and had them running back for the ball on numerous counts.

General statistics 

The Sea Eagles have the lowest winning percentage (33%) against the Dragons than they do against any other club in the competition.

The Sea Eagles have only managed one win from six starts at WIN Jubilee Oval. However, their only win came in their most recent meeting in round eight last year.

Sea Eagles back-rower Jamie Buhrer will play his 100th NRL game on Monday night.

Tom Symonds played in the centres the last time these two side’s met, replacing a suspended Steve Matai.

St George’s biggest win over Manly – 48-18, 2009 at WIN Stadium.

Manly’s biggest win over St George – 38-6, 2008 at Brookvale Oval.

Premierships: Sea Eagles 8, Dragons 1.

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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