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Manly finished the regular season of the Harold Matthews Cup as undefeated minor premiers.

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles will tackle the Western Suburbs Magpies at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday, April 24, in the NSWRL Harold Matthews Elimination Semi-Final.

The Sea Eagles go into the Grand Final qualifier fresh from having last weekend off after finishing the regular season as undefeated minor premiers under Coach Adam McEwan.

The Magpies finished the season in fourth place before recording an 18-16 win over the Central Coast Roosters last Saturday.

The last time the two teams clashed was in round four with the Sea Eagles beating the Magpies 20-14 at Lottoland in late February.

The winner of the Sea Eagles-Magpies match will play the winner of the Parramatta Eels (2nd) v Penrith Panthers (3rd) finals match. The top four teams from the regular season are in the elimination finals.

Manly team

1 Lehi Hopoate

2 Calvin Levy 

3 Eli Sagala 

4 Josh Feledy (c)

5 Revelation Sio

6 Latu Fainu

7 Ollie Cummins

8 Samuela Fainu

9 TJ Herring

10 Raymond Lole

11 Dylan Coutts

12 Roy Quiroz-Mapasua

13 Noa Faatui


14 Mitchell Taotua

15 Rene Bagon 

16 Drew Williams

17 Rory Morgan


18 Zedrick Tupulua 

22 Jake Smith

24 Max Taotua

Match Day Schedule, Leichhardt Oval

12:45pm: Harold Matthews Cup Elimination Semi-Final: Sea Eagles (1st) v Western Suburbs Magpies (4th)

2:30pm: SG Ball Cup: Sea-Eagles (2nd)  v Canberra Raiders (4th)

$5 entry fee (free for pensioners, children 12 years and under)

Manly season results

Rd 1 d Parramatta Eels 22-14, Cabramatta Sports Ground

Rd 2 d South Sydney 30-12, Redfern Oval

Rd 3 bye

Rd 4 d Western Suburbs Magpies 20-14, Lottoland

Rd 5 d Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14-10, Lottoland

Rd 6 d Newcastle Knights 40-0, Cessnock Sports Ground

Rd 7 d Balmain Tigers 48-6.

Rd 8 d Penrith 44-16, Lottoland

Rd 9 d St George-Illawarra 32-16, Mascot Oval.


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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