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Super Sunday at Lottoland

Sea Eagles supporters are in for a ‘Super Sunday’ of rugby league at Lottoland with three great games to be played on April 15.

The headline act sees Manly Warringah take on the Wests Tigers in a round six Telstra Premiership blockbuster.

The Sea Eagles will be determined to bounce back after Sunday’s loss to the Gold Coast Titans as well as keeping their winning record at ‘The Fortress’ this season intact against a very tenacious Tigers outfit.

Prior to the NRL match, the Sea Eagles will feature in the first weekend of the NSWRL Junior Representative finals.

At 11.30am, the Sea Eagles tackle Parramatta in the Harold Matthews (U16) Qualifying Final. Parramatta finished the regular season in second place with Manly in third spot. Manly won seven of their nine games.

From 1.10pm, Manly takes on Canberra Raiders in an SG Ball (U18) Elimination Final. Both teams won five of their nine matches.

With both matches being played against two of Manly’s great rivals, Sea Eagles supporters are encouraged to get down to Lottoland early and cheer on the mighty maroon and white.

Supporters will also be able to watch a NSWRL Physical Disability Exhibition match between Manly Sea Eagles and the Wests Tigers from 2.45pm before the NRL game.

Super Sunday at Lottoland

April 15

11.10am: Gates open (Ken Arthurson entrance)

Harold Matthews Cup Qualifying Final

11.30am: Manly Warringah Sea Eagles (3) vs Parramatta Eels (2)

SG Ball Cup Elimination Final

1.10pm: Manly Warringah Sea Eagles (7) vs Canberra Raiders (6)

Physical Disability Showcase Game

2.45pm: Manly Warringah Sea Eagles vs Wests Tigers

NRL Rd 6

4.10pm: Manly Warringah Sea Eagles v Wests Tigers





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