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NRL Round 17

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles v New Zealand Warriors

3.30pm WST (5.30pm EST)) Saturday, July 1, 2017

nib Stadium, Perth

Tickets are now on sale for the blockbuster between Manly Warringah Sea Eagles and the Warriors at nib Stadium, Perth, on Saturday, July 1.

The round 17 Telstra Premiership match, to be played at 3.30pm (WST), is shaping up to be another huge clash on the back of last year’s thrilling encounter between the two teams at nib Stadium.

In torrential rain, Sea Eagles half-back Daly Cherry-Evans kicked a field goal in golden point extra-time for a 15-14 victory after forward Jake Trbojevic had earlier charged down an attempt at field goal by the Warriors’ Shaun Johnson in front of the posts.

Both clubs are proud to promote rugby league in Western Australia and, with a host of Origin, Australian and New Zealand Test players set to be involved, the game should attract a big crowd, so supporters are encouraged to purchase their tickets early.

For our fans in Western Australia there is no better time to pledge your commitment to the Sea Eagles by becoming a WA Member. This exclusive Membership includes a category 1 reserved seat to our Round 17 match at nib Stadium as well a 2017 Membership pack, which also contains our premium Cooler Bag and Sports Drink Bottle.

Click here to purchase your WA Membership today!

Buy tickets here for the Manly vs Warriors match

Manly in Perth history

Manly have played 5 premiership games in Perth; 

- Canberra defeated Manly 29-12, WACA Ground, May 18, 1990

- Manly defeated Cronulla 26-6, WACA Ground, July 9, 1993

- Western Reds defeated Manly 11-8, WACA Ground, June 30, 1996

- Manly defeated Warriors 24-22, Patersons Stadium, Perth, July 28, 2012

- Manly defeated Warriors 15-14, nib Stadium, July 16, 2016

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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