Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Holden Cup Coach Wayne Lambkin has named his side to play Canberra Raiders on Friday, April 21.

The round eight match will be played at GIO Stadium prior to the NRL clash. Gates open 3.30pm with kick-off at 3.45pm.

The Sea Eagles recorded their third win of the season last Saturday to end a four game losing streak.

Ladder position

Manly: 11th (3 wins from 7 games)

Canberra: 12th (3 wins from 7 games)

Manly Holden Cup team

1 Luke Polselli

2 Bilal Maarbani

3 Brad Parker

4 Marvin Curry

5 Alfred Smalley

6 Tom Wright

7 Kurtis Preece

8 Jaiden Tarrant

9 Manase Fainu

10 Taniela Paseka

11 Haumole Olakau’atu

12 Josh Martin

13 Jesse Martin (C)

Interchange

14 Trey Brown

15 Elia Faatui

16 John Tuivati

17 Blake Andrews

18 Cameron Davis

19 Eddie Ieremia

20 Jade Anderson

21 Cade Cust

22 Kane McQuiggin

23 Amoni Tufui

Canberra Raiders 

1 Jayden Carroll

2 Cody Hodge

3 Sebastian Kris

4 Andre Niko

5 Mikaele Ravalawa

6 Logan Spaander

7 Lachlan Cooper

8 Emre Guler

9 Zac Patch

10 Zac Masters

11 Jack Murchie

12 Kalani Going (C)

13 Hudson Young

14 Jarred Tuite

15 Kye Madden

16 William Samuel

17 Fabien Paletua-Kiri

18 Sato Ketia-Opo

19 Matthew Scott

20 Kitione Vikash

21 Connor Brebner

22 Derek Hay

23 Sione Afemui

Manly’s Holden Cup season

Rd 1: d Parramatta 38-20, Lottoland; Rd 2: d South Sydney 52-20, Lottoland; Rd 3: lost 28-20 to Nth Qld Cowboys, 1300Smiles Stadium; Rd 4: lost 30-22 to Bulldogs, Lottoland; Rd 5: lost 66-14 to Sydney Roosters, Allianz Stadium; Rd 6: lost 32-26 to St George-Illawarra, New Era Stadium; Rd 7: d Melbourne Storm 24-14, Pittwater Rugby Park.