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Warriors to make welcome return to Lottoland

The Warriors are coming to Lottoland next season for the first time since 2011.

It will be an exciting occasion for fans of both teams when the teams do battle at Lottoland in round three on Friday, March 27, at 6pm.

The match will be a great opportunity for supporters of both teams to enjoy the game at Lottoland after Manly took their home games against the Warriors to  Gosford, Perth, and Christchurch in recent years.

There have been some great battles over the years between the two clubs, including the 2011 NRL Grand Final, won 24-10 by Manly.

Of the 10 matches played at Lottoland, both clubs have won five matches each.

Manly’s biggest ever win over the Warriors at home came in the premiership winning year of 2008.

The Sea Eagles belted the Warriors 52-6 that day with full-back Brett Stewart and winger Michael Robertson scoring three tries each in the round three win in front of a crowd of 10,175.

The Warriors clash is one of 10 exciting home games at Lottoland in 2020. To ensure you get the best seat and save money, check out the great range of 2020 Membership packages here

The Sea Eagles will advise when tickets for the clash against the Warriors go on sale through Ticketmaster.

Manly vs Warriors

Friday, March 27

Lottoland, 6pm Kick Off

Manly v Warriors at Lottoland

Rd 5, 1996: Manly 22 (Jack Elsegood, Terry Hill, Craig Innes, Steve Menzies tries; Des Hasler 1/2, Craig Innes 1/2 goals) d Warriors 10. Crowd: 18, 588

Rd 3, 1999: Warriors 36 d Manly 10 (Andrew Drew, Jim Serdaris tries; Brendan Reeves goal). Crowd: 7,077

Rd 3, 2003: Warriors 20 d Manly 16 (Danny Lima try, Ben Walker 6 goals). Crowd: 14,273

Rd 4, 2004: Warriors 28 d Manly 10 (Paul Stephenson, Anthony Watmough tries; Andrew Walker goal). Crowd: 8772

Rd 25, 2005: Warriors 22 d Manly 20 (Ben Kennedy 2, Chris Hicks, Paul Stephenson tries; Luke Williamson 2 goals). Crowd: 14,219

Rd 4, 2007: Manly 13 (Chris Hicks, Brett Stewart tries; Jamie Lyon 2 goals) d Warriors 10. Crowd 16,358.

Rd 3, 2008: Manly 52 ( Michael Robertson 3, Brett Stewart 3, Anthony Watmough 2, Michael Bani, Matt Orford tries; Orford 6 goals) d Warriors 6. Crowd: 10, 175

Rd 2, 2009: Warriors 26 d Manly 24 (Jamie Lyon 2, Michael Bani, Adam Cuthbertson, Andrew Suniula tries; Matt Orford 2 goals). Crowd: 16,307.

Rd 24, 2010: Manly 19 (Tony Williams 2, Steve Matai tries; Jamie Lyon 3 goals) d Warriors 16. Crowd: 13,095.

Rd 6, 2011: Manly 20 (Jamie Buhrer, Joe Galuvao, Michael Oldfield, Michael Robertson tries; Daly Cherry-Evans 2 goals) d Warriors 10. Crowd: 8680.




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