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Team List Flashback: Sea Eagles vs Sharks

Today's 'Team List Flashback' looks at one of Manly's biggest ever wins against the Cronulla Sharks.

The Sea Eagles and the Sharks were due to meet at Netstrata Stadium, Kogarah, this Thursday night but the round seven match has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This flashback round 19 match took place at Endeavour Field on Saturday, July 17, 2010.

The Sea Eagles walked away with a crushing 48-18 win after leading 36-0 at half-time.

You will be able to watch this match from 12pm Thursday on our website.

Manly Sea Eagles

Number Player Brought to you by
1 Ben Farrar Period Home Brick Restoration & Construction
2 Michael Robertson Beachwheels Automotive
3 Jamie Lyon URM
4 Steve Matai Diagnostech
5 Tony Williams Project Station
6 Kieran Foran Prestige Roofing and Cladding Supplies
7 Trent Hodkinson DMK Forest Products
8 Jason King Acenet Solutions
9 Matt Ballin Sharp Extensive IT
10 Josh Perry Embroid and Brand
11 Anthony Watmough Innovative Print Solutions
12 Shane Rodney Cross Excavations
13 Glenn Stewart Active M.C.
14 Joe Galuvao Apex Signage
15 Brent Kite Q Station
16 George Rose Prestige Worldwide Financial Group
17 Chris Bailey Paintable
Coach Des Hasler Lottoland

Cronulla Sharks 

1 Nathan Gardner, 21 Isaac Gordon, 3 Dean Collis, 4 Ben Pomeroy, 5 Luke Covell (c), 22 Tim Smith, 7 John Morris, 8 Kade Snowden, 9 Paul Aiton, 10 Luke Douglas, 11 Grant Millington, 12 Anthony Tupou, 13 Paul Gallen; interchange: 14 Josh Cordoba, 16 Taulima Tautai, 17 Siosaia Vave, 19 Lancen Joudo.

Match Stats

Manly 48 (Anthony Watmough 3, Tony Williams 2, Chris Bailey, Kieran Foran, Jamie Lyon, Michael Robertson tries; Jamie Lyon 3/3, Shane Rodney 3/6 goals) d Cronulla 18 (Josh Cordoba, Paul Gallen, Nathan Gardner tries; Luke Covell 3/3), Saturday, July 17, 2010, Endeavour Field. Referees: Jared Maxwell, Alan Shortall, Crowd: 8,863. 


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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