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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles play Cronulla Sutherland Sharks in two great clashes in round six of the NSWRL Junior Representative competitions on Saturday, March 18.

The Sea Eagles will travel to Southern Cross Group Stadium to tackle the Sharks at 12pm (Harold Matthews) and 1.45pm (SG Ball).

Fresh from two strong wins over the powerful Penrith Panthers at Lottoland last Sunday, the Sea Eagles sit in fourth place on the Harold Matthews ladder and third in the SG Ball.

Manly have won three of four matches in the Harold Matthews competition with their only defeat coming at the hands of the first placed undefeated Newcastle Knights.

Cronulla sit in second place, also having won all four matches this season.

The SG Ball match promises to be a great contest with the undefeated Cronulla sitting on top of the ladder with four wins.

The Sea Eagles sit in third place with three wins from four matches.

Round 6 Sea Eagles Harold Matthews team

1 Albert Hopoate

2 Tom Latu

3 Keegan Turner

4 Armani Biddle

5 Josh Hay

6 Kaeo Weekes

7 Daniel Ala

8 Filimaua Filimaua Tau

9 Jack Birt

10 Alec Tuitavake

11 Ben Trbojevic

12 Joshua Schuster (C)

13 Levi Moger


14 Luke Rouland

15 Tyreece Matangi

16 Jai Vakai

17 Jacob Ratcliff

18 Angus O’Donnell

19 Anaiyah Umu

Coach: Brett Fulton

Round 6 Sea Eagles SG Ball team

1 Junior Moaga

2 Jayden Burgess

3 Max Lehmann

4 Dane Oolstendorp-Power

5 Lachlan Burt

6 Cooper Johns (C)

7 Sam Verrills

8 Keith Titmuss

9 Cody McNiece

10 Zion Matthes-Mathews

11 Ben Gleeson

12 Finn Heath

13 Tom Hardcastle


14 Debraska Rikiriki

15 Max Barry

16 Michael Fenn

17 Lachlan Navale

18 Sean Vaivelata

19 Logan Humphries

20 Harry Wilson

21 Ben Lofthouse

23 Nicholas Kairouz

Coach: Richard Kairouz




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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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