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'Battle of the Titans' in Gladstone

The Sea Eagles are set for a big weekend in Gladstone when they tackle the Gold Coast Titans in round five of the Telstra Premiership.

The Titans have moved their home game to Marley Brown Oval due to their home ground being used for the Commonwealth Games.

Sunday's match is shaping up to be a classic battle between two teams who recorded strong wins last weekend.

The Sea Eagles head into the game on the back of a 32-16 win over Canberra while the Titans will take plenty of confidence from their 26-14 win over the Brisbane Broncos.

For Manly fans heading to Gladstone, here is the information you need as well as our playing record  against the Titans.

Game Day

Sunday, April 8

Marley Brown Oval, Gladstone

Gates Open - 11.30am

Curtain Raiser: CQ Capras v Burleigh Bears - 11.45am

 NRL - 2pm

Please note camping chairs are not permitted into the venue

For a full list of prohibited items please click here

Attending the game? Check out the conditions of entry , the Free Public Transport Schedule and the venue information.

Head to Head

Played 16: Manly 10, Gold Coast 6

Past 8 Clashes

Manly 5, Gold Coast 3

2017: Manly d Gold Coast 30-10, Cbus Super Stadium

2016: Gold Coast d Manly 30-10, Cbus Super Stadium

2015: Manly d Gold Coast 38-6, Cbus Super Stadium

2014: Manly d Gold Coast 15-12, Cbus Super Stadium

2013: Manly d Gold Coast 38-20, Brookvale Oval; Gold Coast d Manly 16-14, Skilled Park

2012: Manly d Gold Coast 24-16, Skilled Park; Gold Coast d Manly 24-16, Brookvale Oval

Biggest Head to Head wins

Gold Coast d Manly 30-10, Cbus Super Stadium, 2016

Manly d Gold Coast 38-4, Brookvale Oval, 2009

Last time we met

The Sea Eagles ran in five tries to two to record a strong 30-10 victory at Cbus Stadium last year.

A dominant first half saw the Sea Eagles lead 18-6 with centre Dylan Walker scoring two tries in the win.

Winger Akuila Uate, hooker Api Koroisau and lock Jake Trbojevic also crossed for tries. Full-back Matthew Wright kicked five goals from five attempts.

Twelve players from that Manly winning team have been named in the squad for Sunday’s match at Gladstone.

Meet the Sea Eagles

The Club has arranged a ‘meet and greet’ session at City Central Plaza, Gladstone, on Saturday, April 7, from midday to 1pm.

This is a great opportunity for all Sea Eagles fans and members in Central Queensland to come and meet the players from the squad named for the Titans match.

Supporters will also hear from Manly CEO Lyall Gorman,  Coach Trent Barrett, and some of the playing group.

There will also be an opportunity to win a signed Manly jersey!

Due to our schedule, the players will only be available for an hour, so make sure you arrive on time and don’t miss out on the opportunity to see your Manly boys!

Date: Saturday 7th April

Location: City Central Plaza, 100 Goondoon Street, Gladstone.

Time:  12 noon – 1pm



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