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Digital Image by Anthony Johnson copyright ©  Feleti Mateo : 2015 NRL Round 22 -   Manly Sea Eagles vs South Sydney Rabbitohs at Brookvale Oval Friday August 7th 2015

Feleti Mateo is feeling comfortable about his fitness and work rate as an 80 minutes player now. 

A capable utility player, Mateo has found his feet again in the back-row and has been one of the Sea Eagles’ best over the past month as the team continues its quest to make the Telstra Premiership finals.

“I’ve been pretty happy, punching 80 minutes out and also providing a bit of quality as well,’’ Mateo said.

“Whatever is needed for the team is what I am trying provide. At the moment, on the edge there playing with Kieran Foran, Steve Matai and Jorge Taufua, we are forming a nice combination.

“Personally for me, it is about playing good each week and I feel like I have been doing that.”

Mateo said he was focused on playing to the best of his ability and not being caught up in recent discussions about whether he would see out his contract next season.

“I’m not out to prove anyone wrong. I know what I am capable of. I believe in my ability and that’s what it comes down to,’’ he said.

“I am feeling comfortable out there, getting through more and more work each week which is positive. Everyone is working together.

“We knew for a long time that once we had a full team on the park that we could do some good things and we have been able to do that for the past month.”

Next Manly home game

Round 24, Manly Warringah Sea Eagles v Parramatta Eels

Sunday, August 23, Brookvale Oval

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Gates open: 1:30pm

NYC Kick-off: 1:45pm

NRL Kick-off: 4.00pm

March from Manly Leagues Club to Brookvale Oval:  2.30pm


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