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Check out all the recent and historical figures between the Warriors and the Sea Eagles ahead of their clash this Sunday afternoon.

Overall head to head

Sea Eagles 17

Warriors 8

Last five meetings

11th August 2013 – Sea Eagles 27-12 – Central Coast Stadium

9th June 2013 - Warriors 18-16 – Mt Smart Stadium

28th July 2012 – Manly 24-22  - Patersons Stadium Perth

4th March 2012 – Manly 26-20 – Eden Park

2nd October 2011 – Manly 24-10 – ANZ Stadium


Last time they met - Rd 22 2013, Central Coast Stadium

SEA EAGLES 27; tries David Williams (3), Brett Stewart (2); goals Lyon 3/6; Field Goals Cherry- Evans (1)

WARRIORS 12; tries Shaun Johnson, Ngani Laumape; goals Johnson 2/2

Coming off a loss to the Warriors in their previous encounter, the Sea Eagles put in a polished performance to record victory at Central Coast Stadium.

Manly led a close game 10-6 at the half time interval, however a dominant second half performance sealed a convincing 15-point victory.

David Williams was outstanding for the Sea Eagles scoring a hat-trick, whilst Brett Stewart continued his outstanding try scoring record, scoring a double for the maroon and white.

General statistics 

The Sea Eagles have a winning percentage of 68% against the Warriors.

These two sides have had four previous encounters at Mt Smart stadium, with honours being split at two a piece, however it was the Warriors who won the last meeting there 18-16 back in round 13 last year.

The Sea Eagles have an impressive record against the Warriors in recent years, winning seven of the last eight meetings.

Peta Hiku played fullback for the Sea Eagles last time these two sides met, replacing an injured Brett Stewart.

Manly’s biggest win over the Warriors – 52-6, 2008 at Brookvale Oval.

Warriors biggest win over Manly – 36-10, 1999 at Brookvale Oval.

Premierships: Sea Eagles 8, Warriors 0.


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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