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Manly Junior Rep teams for finals

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles will feature in two finals of the NSWRL Junior Representative competitions at Lottoland on Sunday, April 15.

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 before the NRL match against Wests Tigers.

Harold Matthews Cup team

1 Tolu Koula

2 Cameron Brown

3 Tony Francis

4 Tapu Tuipulotu

5 Tyrone Holakeituai

6 Kaeo Weekes

7 Teddy Wilson

8 Tyreece Matangi

9 Gordon Chan Kum Tong

10 James Uesele

11 Samuel Pinomi (C)

12 Siua Fotu

13 Toni Mataele


15 Marley Hunter

16 Israel Ahofono

17 Darcy Hoy

18 Seturi Iakopo

21 Logan Fox

25 Jai Vakai

Coach: Trevor Ott

SG Ball Cup team

1 Keegan Turner

2 Roly Podesta

3 Max Lehmann

4 Dane Oostendorp

5 Semi Naisevunivai

6 Jamie Lawler

7 Hyrum Wichmann

8 Keith Titmuss

9 Tyran Ott (C)

10 Sean Vaivelata

11 Ben Trbojevic

12 Joshua Schuster

13 Sione Fainu


14 Luke Rouland

16 Alec Tuitavake

17 Raff Letoi

18 Maua Filimaua-Tau

20 Josh Fepuleai

23 Logan Humphries

22 Jack Birt

25 Levi Moger

24 Tom Hardcastle

Coach: Brett Fulton

Sunday, 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)

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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