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Sea Eagles coach Geoff Toovey has been forced to re-shuffle his side ahead of Saturday night’s elimination final against the Bulldogs at Allianz Stadium.

Manly will be without Anthony Watmough after the back-rower accepted the early-guilty charge for his dangerous thrown on South Sydney fullback Greg Inglis in the first half of last Friday night’s second qualifying final.

With a host of key forwards missing through injury and suspension, Dunamis Lui will start the match at lock, with Tom Symonds moving to the second row for the suspended Watmough.

Stand-in hooker Jayden Hodges has been named to play despite suffering a neck injury against the Rabbitohs.

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Qualifying Final - 2014 NRL Premiership

Saturday 20th September, 2014  – Allianz Stadium

NRL Kick-Off 7:45pm

1. Brett Stewart - proudly sponsored by Mega Fortris

2. Jorge Taufua - proudly sponsored by Acenet Solutions

3. Jamie Lyon - proudly sponsored by CLA Lighting

4. Steve Matai - proudly sponsored by CAP Transport

5. Peta Hiku - proudly sponsored by Innovative Print Solutions 

6. Kieran Foran - proudly sponsored by ACG Building

7. Daly Cherry-Evans - proudly sponsored by Braza Churrascarla

8. Jason King- proudly sponsored by Shine and Sparkle Cleaning 

9. Jayden Hodges - proudly sponsored by Proton Cars Australia 

10. Brenton Lawrence- proudly sponsored by Fluid Building Services 

11. Tom Symonds - proudly sponsored by Brookvale Tyreright 

12. Justin Horo - proudly sponsored by Scotty's Bakehouse 

13. Dunamis Lui- proudly sponsored by Urban Building

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14. Jesse Sene-Lefao - proudly sponsored by Foleys Nursery 

15. Cheyse Blair - proudly sponsored by Beachwheels Automotive 

16. James Hasson proudly sponsored by Thompson Health Care

17. Josh Starling - proudly sponsored by Hit Cafe

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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