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Tom Trbojevic : Digital Image by Robb Cox © :NYC Rugby League - Dragons V Sea Eagles at WIN Stadium, Wollongong. Saturday March 28th 2015.

Tom Trbojevic will make his NRL debut today after being called in for the injured Steve Matai.

The 18-year-old from Mona Vale has been a dominant figure in the Sea Eagles juniors for a number of years and will join his brother Jake in the top grade.

Matt Ballin will also play in game 200 the Round 5 clash with the Canberra Raiders at Lavington Sports Ground, Albury.

The iron-man of the Sea Eagles' pack for the best part of a decade, Ballin becomes only the third hooker in Manly's history to play more than 200 games - Fred Jones (241) and Max Krilich (215)

Brayden Wiliame fills in for the third week in a row in the centres, coming of his first try for the Club, while Tom Symonds earns a recall in to the STARTING line-up for the injured Feleti Mateo.

On the bench, Justin Horo and Ligi Sao have been called back in to the side, while James Hasson falls of the extended bench.


1. Brett Stewart proudly sponsored by Acenet Solutions

2. Cheyse Blair  proudly sponsored by Hit Cafe

3. Brayden Wiliame proudly sponsored by Thompson HEALTH CARE

5. Peta Hiku proudly sponsored by Foleys Nursery

20. Tom Trbojevic proudly sponsored by Beachwheels Automotive

6. Kieran Foran proudly sponsored by Urban Building

7. Daly Cherry-Evans proudly sponsored by Forsite Constructions

8. Luke Burgess proudly sponsored by CAP Transport

9. Matt Ballin proudly sponsored by Footpower

10. Willie Mason  proudly sponsored by Innovative Print Solutions

11. Jamie Buhrer proudly sponsored by Allan Hall BUSINESS Advisors

12. Tom Symonds proudly sponsored by

13. Dunamis Lui proudly sponsored by Fluid Building Services


14. Jesse Sene-Lefao proudly sponsored by Rope ACCESS and Engineering

15. Jake Trbojevic proudly sponsored by Belrose HOTEL

16. Justin Horo proudly sponsored by TOT Transport

17. Ligi Sao  proudly sponsored by CLA


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