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Competition - NSW Intrustsuper Cup

Teams - Maounties v Manly

Date – 17th or April 2016

Venue – GIO Stadium, Canberra ACT 

Photographer – Grant Trouville

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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have defeated the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 36-22 in round 12 of the Intrust Super Premiership at Belmore Sports Ground.

The Bulldogs opened the scoring early on in the contest with a converted try after just six minutes.

It didn’t improve there for Manly with Renouf To’omaga adding another try from directly under the posts as Brad Abbey added the extra two.

The former Junior Kiwi was at it again for the home side. This time bustling over from out wide after three Sea Eagles tried to hold him out but to no avail.

The Sea Eagles grabbed a much needed try before the break with rising star Jesse Ramien scoring from out wide after great build up play from Godient. That was the last play of the half as Canterbury-Bankstown took a 18-4 lead into the sheds at half time.

The second half started off horribly for the Sea Eagles as they conceded a try in the Bulldogs opening set.

The Sea Eagles soon made amends as Liam Knight broke through the home side's defensive line after a sharp pass from Pita Godinet.

Manly were looking to further close the gap on the home side until an inside pass from Hugh Pratt was intercepted by the ever impressive Chisholm who raced away to score under the posts.

Reimis Smith soon put the match beyond the Sea Eagles with a try in the corner to seal victory for the home side.

Rhys Armstrong and Cade Cust added late consolation tries as the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs ran out as convincing 36-22 winners at Belmore Sports Ground.

Manly team:

1 Peter Schuster

2 Halauafu Lavaka

3 James Tuitahi

5 Jesse Ramien

4 Brad Parker

20 Cade Cust

7 Pita Godinet

11 Liam Knight

9 Hugh Pratt

10 Fabian Goodall

13 Nathan Green

21 Billy Bainbridge

17 Rhys Armstrong


14 Heath Garay

15 Moses Noovao-McGreal

16 Darcy Cox

19 Amoni Tufui

Acknowledgement of Country

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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