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The ‘Prince of Brookvale’ Brett Stewart has set a price target for his number one jersey worn against the Cronulla Sharks.

Each of the 17 jerseys worn by the Sea Eagles in the win over the Sharks at Brookvale Oval on Sunday have been signed by the Manly player who wore that jersey.

The players decided to donate their playing jerseys in support of the Sea Eagles Foundation. This is a project driven by Stewart that raises money for kids with diabetes.

The striking jerseys features a unique design of a Sea Eagle bird’s beak and eyes across the front. It is accompanied by the 13 Manly Warringah Junior Rugby League Clubs.

Bidding is open for 7 days.

Bid here..

The jerseys are now available for purchase at the Sea Eagles Superstore, 2 Federal Parade, Brookvale. You can also order over the phone by calling (02) 9939 3889.

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