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Rd 17, 1949: North Sydney Bears beat Manly 11-2 at North Sydney Oval.

Rd 16, 1955: Eastern Suburbs Roosters beat Manly 16-15 at the SCG.  Johnny Tenison scored for Manly with Angus Kellock kicking six goals.

Rd 18, 1960: North Sydney Bears beat Manly 10-7 at North Sydney Oval.

Rd 17, 1966:  Fred Yakich scored Manly’s lone try in the 7-5 win over St George Dragons at the SCG.

Rd 20, 1967: Gary Collins scored two tries and Les Hanigan one in the 13-all draw with Canterbury-Bankstown at the SCG.

Rd 20, 1972:  Bob Fulton (below)  scored four tries and Ken Irvine three in Manly’s 37-15 over Balmain at Brookvale Oval in front of a crowd of 15, 297.  In 1981, Fulton was named as an Immortal.

Rd 20, 1977:  Ted Goodwin scored twice in St George’s 29-12 win over Manly at Kogarah Oval.

Rd 20, 1978:  Half-back Steve Martin scored a hat-trick in Manly’s 40-12 win over North Sydney at Brookvale Oval.  Winger Tom Mooney and lock Bruce Walker scored two tries each in the big win.

Rd 19, 1995:  Manly raced in 10 tries to two in a crushing 56-10 win over the Sydney Tigers at Parramatta Stadiun. Tryscorers for the Sea Eagles were Steve Menzies (3), John Hopoate (2), Craig Hancock, Des Hasler, Nik Kosef, Cliff Lyons, and Matthew Ridge. Ridge kicked 8 from 10 goals.

Rd 22, 2017: Full-back Tom Trbojevic grabbed a double in Manly’s 36-18 win over the Sydney Roosters at Lottoland. Lewis Brown, Daly Cherry-Evans, Brad Parker and Matthew Wright also crossed for the Sea Eagles.





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