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2011 Grand Final stars to return to Lottoland

The 2011 Sea Eagles premiership winning team will be honoured at Lottoland on Sunday, May 9, as part of Manly’s 75th year celebrations.

In what is going to be a huge Mother’s Day at Lottoland, champion Manly full-back Tom Turbo plays his 100th NRL game after coming through the Sea Eagles Academy as a Mona Vale Raiders junior.

The Sea Eagles beat the Warriors 24-10 in the 2011 Grand Final to claim the Club’s eighth first grade premiership title.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for our Club to ‘bring home’ the majority of our stars from the 2011 premiership winning squad,’’ said CEO Stephen Humphreys.

“The players and staff who are coming on Sunday are very much looking forward to not only catching up with one another, but to also see our many Members who supported them so passionately that season and throughout their careers at the Sea Eagles.

“We also have two of our current stars from 2011 in Daly Cherry-Evans and Kieran Foran involved in the NRL match against the Warriors, which is a great testimony to their strength and ability to keep playing at a very high standard 10 years later.

“It’s going to be a very special and memorable occasion for all involved.”

Grand Final players to be presented to the crowd include Jamie Lyon, Jason King, Matt Ballin, Jamie Buhrer, Brent Kite, Vic Mauro, Michael Oldfield, Michael Robertson, Shane Rodney, George Rose, Brett Stewart, Glenn Stewart, Anthony Watmough, David Williams.

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2011 Grand Final

Manly 24 (Daly Cherry-Evans, Jamie Lyon, Brett Stewart, Glenn Stewart tries; Jamie Lyon 3/3, Michael Robertson 1/1) d Warriors 10 (Elijah Taylor, Manu Vatuvei tries, James Maloney 1/3).

Manly Grand Final team

1 Brett Stewart, 2 Michael Robertson, 3 Jamie Lyon (c), 4 Steve Matai, 5 William Hopoate, 6 Kieran Foran, 7 Daly Cherry-Evans, 8 Joe Galuvao, 9 Matt Ballin, 10 Brent Kite, 11 Anthony Watmough, 12 Tony Williams, 13 Glenn Stewart; Interchange: 14 Shane Rodney, 15 Jamie Buhrer, 16 Vic Mauro, 17 George Rose




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