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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles tackle St George in round eight of the NSWRL Junior Representative competitions on Saturday, March 31.

The games will be played at HE Laybutt Field, Blacktown.

Kick-off times are 10am Harold Matthews Cup and 11.30am SG Ball Cup.

Harold Matthews Cup

The Sea Eagles have won six of their seven matches in the Harold Matthews Cup to be on 12 points with Parramatta and Newcastle.

Points differential sees Manly in third place on the ladder. St George are in 13th spot with two rounds remaining.

Manly go into the game on the back of a 20-18 victory over Balmain Tigers in round seven. Centre Tony Francis scored two tries and kicked two goals for a personally tally of 12 points.

SG Ball Cup

In the SG Ball Cup, Manly sit in ninth place with four wins from seven matches with two rounds remaining.

The Sea Eagles are locked on eight points with four other teams but need to improve their points differential. St George sit in 11th spot.

Manly go into the match on the back of a 40-18 victory over Balmain in which five-eighth Joshua Schuster and hooker Tyran Ott scored two tries each.

 Manly’s Harold Matthews Cup team

1 Tolu Koula

2 Oskar Enasio

3 Tyrone Holakeituai

4 Tapu Tuipulotu

5 Cameron Brown

6 Tony Francis

7 Teddy Wilson

8 James Uesele

9 Gordon Chan Kum Tong

10 Valeli Tonga

11 Samuel Pinomi (C)

12 Siua Fotu

13 Toni Mataele


14 Logan Fox

17 Darcy Hoy

22 Declan King

25 Jai Vakai

19 Seturi Iakopo

23 Israel Ahofono

21 Dion Yazdani

24 Latrell Fanua

Coach: Trevor Ott

Manly’s SG Ball Cup team

1 Keegan Turner

2 Roly Podesta

3 Max Lehmann

4 Dane Oostendorp

5 Nathan Endemann

6 Josh Schuster

7 Luke Rouland

8 Alec Tuitavake

9 Tyran Ott (C)

10 Keith Titmuss

11 Josh Fepuleai

12 Ben Trbojevic

13 Tom Hardcastle


16 Sione Fainu

17 Raff Letoi

18 Maua Filimaua-tau

25 Livingston Chee-kam

23 Semi Naisevunivai

24 Levi Moger

Coach: Brett Fulton


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