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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Coach Shane Sultana has named his team to play the Penrith Panthers in the Jersey Flegg Cup.

The round 24 match will be played at HE Laybutt Field, Blacktown, on Sunday, September 1. Kick-off 3.15pm.

The Panthers sit in third place with the Sea Eagles in 14th place, one point behind the North Sydney Bears heading into the final round.

Manly team

1 Keegan Turner

2 Roly Podesta

3 Max Lehmann

4 Simon Tito

5 Michael Pokia

6 Tyran Ott (c)

7 Jamie Lawler

8 Zac Saddler

9 Jack Birt

10 Keith Titmuss

11 Mosese Faeamani

12 Kurt Schultz

13 Jacob Sykes


14 Matthew Hammond

15 Neihana Oldham

16 Viliami Fifita

20 Armani Biddle


23 Guiseppe Plati

Manly results

Played 19: won 2, lost 17

Rd 1 bye, Rd 2 lost 40-18 to Sydney Roosters, Rd 3 lost 24-12 to Warriors, Rd 4 lost 50-10 to South Sydney; Rd 5 lost 62-6 to Newcastle; Rd 6 lost 50-0 to St George-Illawarra; Rd 7 lost 56-4 to Canberra; Rd 8 lost 30-16 to Canterbury; Rd 9 lost 36-14 to Cronulla; Rd 10 bye; Rd 11 bye; Rd 12 lost 44-10 to Penrith; Rd 13 ( Shane Sultana replaces Matt Ballin as coach) beat North Sydney 30-16; Rd 14 beat St George-Illawarra 21-20, Rd 15 lost 16-0 to Sydney Roosters, Rd 16 lost 52-8 to Newcastle, Rd 17 bye, Rd 18 lost to Norths 36-20, Rd 19 lost 20-10 to Victoria Thunderbolts, Rd 20 lost 34-14 to Wests Tigers, Rd 21 lost 46-6 to Warriors, Rd 22 lost 30-12 to Parramatta, Rd 23 lost 48-12 to Canberra Raiders.

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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