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Steve Matai post try :Digital Image by Chris Lane © NRLphotos  : 2015 NRL Round 2 – Manly Sea Eagles  V Melbourne Storm  at Brookvale Oval, Saturday March 14th 2015.

The Manly Sea Eagles welcome back Steve Matai to the side after the star centre recovered from an elbow injury sustained in the Round 3 clash against the Bulldogs.

While Matai's return is a boost for the Sea Eagles, he comes in to the side for Brett Stewart who unfortunately suffered a groin injury at training earlier in the week.

Matai's return sees him slide back in to the centres, while Hiku shifts back to his natural position at fullback. The 22 year old is the current test fullback for the New Zealand Kiwis and will relish the opportunity in the custodian role.

Tom Trbojevic retains his spot in the side with skipper Jamie Lyon (groin) still missing through injury.

Jamie Buhrer will play after recovering from his concussion sustained last week. Matt Ballin and Steve Matai will both co-captain the side.



18. Steve Matai proudly sponsored by Foleys Nursery

2. Cheyse Blair  proudly sponsored by Hit Cafe

3. Brayden Wiliame proudly sponsored by Thompson HEALTH CARE

4. Peta Hiku proudly sponsored by Acenet Solutions

5. Tom Trbojevic proudly sponsored by Beachwheels Automotive

6. Kieran Foran proudly sponsored by Urban Building

7. Daly Cherry-Evans proudly sponsored by Forsite Constructions

17. Jake Trbojevic proudly sponsored by Belrose HOTEL

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

8. Luke Burgess proudly sponsored by CAP Transport

16. Justin Horo proudly sponsored by TOT Transport

15. Ligi Sao  proudly sponsored by CLA


Geoff Toovey

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