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Josh Schuster

The 2022 season is fast approaching and rugby league action gets underway in early February for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.

Supporters craving for some quality footy will be able to watch the Sea Eagles tackle the Canberra Raiders in the ACT on Saturday, February 5, in the opening round of the NSWRL Junior Representative season.

The Sea Eagles will again field very competitive teams in the Harold Matthews and SG Ball competitions.

Manly’s Harold Matthews Cup team will be out to defend their 2021 premiership title after going through an incredible season undefeated.

The Sea Eagles will also be looking to go one better after making it through to the SG Ball Cup preliminary final.

There is a wealth of fine young talent coming through the very successful Sea Eagles Pathway Academy, an academy that has produced over a third of Manly’s current top 30 squad.

On the NRL front, the Sea Eagles will have their first hit out against the Wests Tigers in a trial match at Leichhardt Oval on Friday, February 18.

The Sea Eagles then round up their pre-season trials with a clash against the Canberra Raiders at Central Coast Stadium on February 25. The NRL trials are set to be shown on Fox League.

The trials will give Coach Des Hasler the chance to fine tune the team’s preparation for the opening  round of the NRL season against the Penrith Panthers away on Thursday, March 10.

What better challenge is there first up than taking on the reigning premiers on their home soil?

Speaking of home, the Sea Eagles will finally return to their much-loved spiritual ground of 4 Pines Park at Brookvale in their first home game of the Telstra Premiership against the Canterbury Bulldogs on Sunday, March 27.

The match will be the first NRL premiership game played on the newly laid turf at the revamped 4 Pines Park since July 8 last year.

There is also plenty of excitement around the new Northern Grandstand that provides 3000 under cover seats offering great comfort, brilliant viewing and brand-new amenities. Don't miss any of the home action with your 2022 Membership.

The Sea Eagles playing squad will also greatly benefit from the state-of-the-art facilities of the new Centre of Excellence at 4 Pines Park.

On the NSW Cup front, Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles have a new Head Coach in Nathan Hogan. His team will tackle the Panthers in their opening local derby match at Blacktown on Sunday, March 13, at Blacktown.

The Sea Eagles also play Penrith in the opening round of the NSWRL Jersey Flegg competition on Saturday, March 12.

2022 Sea Eagles draws

Telstra Premiership


Jersey Flegg Cup

SG Ball Cup

Harold Matthews Cup

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