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The Golden Eagles, the Club’s official former player group, is calling on Manly Members and supporters to march with them to Brookvale Oval on Sunday 23 August.

The Club has decided to establish an annual ‘Golden Eagles Day’ to recognise former Manly Warringah players. The Golden Eagles will participate in an inaugural march from the Leagues Club to Brookvale Oval, culminating in a lap of honour on-field prior to the blockbuster clash with the Parramatta Eels.

Golden Eagle President Mark Bryant is encouraging all Sea Eagles Members and fans to join the march.

“This is a fantastic initiative to recognise our past Sea Eagles. We’re expecting upwards of 150 former players and we’d love as many of our maroon and white supporters to join us for the walk to Brookie,” Bryant said.

“This is a march that recognises our history, from our social home of the Manly Leagues Club to our spiritual home of Brookvale Oval, with players of all eras that have represented the Sea Eagles.

“Golden Eagles participating in the march will include Cliff Lyons, Danny Moore, Max Krillich, Alan Thompson, Bill Hamilton, Dave Hosking, John Bucknall, Ronny Gibbs, Steve Knight, Michael Robertson and Josh Perry among many others.”

The march will be led by Kyocera Drummers to create some atmosphere, and all participants are encouraged to wear their maroon and white and to pre-purchase their tickets to avoid queues at the gates.

Match Day Information

Round 24, Manly Warringah Sea Eagles v Parramatta Eels

“Golden Eagles Day”

Match Day Sponsor - Kyocera

4.00pm Sunday 23 August

Brookvale Oval

Gates open:                          1:30pm

NYC Kick-off:                        1:45pm

NRL Kick-off:                        4.00pm

March from Manly Leagues Club to Brookvale Oval:  2.30pm


Phone:  136 100



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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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