Fire victims Matylda and Scarlett, 5, and Blake 11, with survivor Bayley (second from right).

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are rallying around the Singleton community following a tragic house fire on Wednesday.

The Sea Eagles have had a long association with the Singleton community with Pat Kelly, who made his first grade debut for Manly in 1964, a Singleton man.

Former Manly lower grade player Grant Tanks also hailed from Singleton.

Eleven-year-old Blake Rinkin tragically died in the house fire at Singleton along with twin sisters, Matylda and Scarlett, aged 5. Their mother and sister remain in John Hunter Hospital.

The Sea Eagles were saddened to hear of the passing of Blake, a Manly fan who played junior rugby league for the Singleton Greyhounds.

Fire victims Matylda and Scarlett, 5, and Blake 11, with survivor Bayley (second from right).
Fire victims Matylda and Scarlett, 5, and Blake 11, with survivor Bayley (second from right).

To honour his memory, the Sea Eagles will wear black armbands in the NRL match against the Gold Coast Titans at Cbus Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Club is also looking to help the Singleton community with any fundraisers for the family.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to support the family. Supporters can make a donation here.