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Round - Round 03

Teams – Manly Sea Eagles v Cronulla Sharks

Date – 21st or March 2016

Venue – Brookvale Oval, Manly Sydney, NSW

Photographer – Grant Trouville

Description – #WET #Rain #mud

The NRL has today released the schedule of matches for rounds 21-26 of the Telstra Premiership.

The Sea Eagles have received another five day turnaround and will play three games in 11 days.

Rd 21: Manly v Newcastle, Brookvale Oval, Sunday, July 31, 4pm (Ch 9)

Rd 22: Parramatta v Manly, Pirtek Stadium, Friday, August 5, 7.50pm (Ch 9)

Rd 23: Canterbury-Bankstown v Manly, ANZ Stadium, Thursday, August 11, 7.50pm (Ch 9)

Rd 24: Manly v Melbourne Storm, Brookvale Oval, Saturday, August 20, 5.30pm (Fox)

Rd 25: Manly v Canberra Raiders, Brookvale Oval, Saturday, August 27, 3pm (Fox)

Rd 26: Penrith v Manly, Pepper Stadium, Sunday, September 4, 6.30pm (Fox)

Sea Eagles Home Games

Round 21 v Newcastle: Golden Eagles Day

Manly Sea Eagles will again stage the Golden Eagles Day following the success of last year’s event.

The Golden Eagles is a group of former rugby league players who turned out for the Manly Sea Eagles in any grade - not just first grade.

Last year’s Golden Eagles Parade of former players and officials around Brookvale Oval proved extremely popular. Join in the fun of Golden Eagles Day as we celebrate the legacy of past and present players against one of our great rivals in the Newcastle Knights.

Manly and Newcastle have had some great clashes over the years. The 1997 Grand Final win by Newcastle over Manly in the dying stages still causes heartache for Sea Eagles fans. The Knights were coached by former Manly hardman in English forward Malcolm Reilly.

And who will ever forget the great personal duels between Manly’s Mark Carroll and Newcastle’s Paul Harragon!


Round 24 v Melbourne: Fierce rivals clash again

One of the best rivalries of the modern day is Manly versus Melbourne. Two dominant clubs of recent years when it comes to premiership success. Melbourne beat Manly in the 2007 Grand Final (later withdrawn due to salary cap breaching) before the Sea Eagles inflicted a crushing 40-0 defeat of the Storm in the 2008 season decider.

The premiership matches have always been tough clashes, none more so than the now famous ‘Donnybrookvale’ of 2011 when Manly’s Glenn Stewart and Melbourne’s Adam Blair were sent off after locking horns as they headed for the sin-bin following a melee.

There is no love lost between these two clubs, so be at Brookvale Oval as Manly look to continue their recent domination of the Storm at home.


Round 25 v Canberra Raiders: Farewell Jamie Lyon

This will be more than just the Sea Eagles’ last home game of the season for 2016.

Manly Captain Jamie Lyon will play his final home game at ‘Fortress Brookvale’ in what will be an emotional day for players, officials, and supporters alike as we say goodbye to ‘Killer’.

Lyon has enjoyed an outstanding career, representing Country Origin, NSW and Australia. The talented centre and brilliant goal-kicker has won two grand finals with Manly and is one of only four players to have scored more than 1000 points for the Sea Eagles.

Be there to watch Jamie play his final match before doing a lap of honour around his beloved home ground. This is a day no Manly fan should miss!


One Game Flexi Membership

Following the success of the One Game Try-Out Membership for the Round 14 game v Panthers, the One Game Membership is back and now you can use it for any of our remaining four home games.

The Membership is very affordable at $40 for Adults, $35 for Concessions, $25 and Juniors, $105 for Families and includes the following:

- General Admission access to any 1 of our remaining home games

- Member Cap

- Member Card

- Lanyard

- Key ring

- Bumper Sticker

Call the Manly Membership team on (02) 9970 3000.

Click here to buy now.