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Rd 13 Sea Eagles lower grades wrap up

It was a night of celebration for Sea Eagles supporters at 4 Pines Park on Saturday.

Prior to the NRL's win over the Warriors, the Sea Eagles also recorded victory in the NSW Cup.


The Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles had plenty of reasons to celebrate following an upset 22-16 victory over the North Sydney Bears at 4 Pines Park on Saturday.

With the welcome inclusion of Manly NRL squad members Taniela Paseka, Jorge Taufua, Jamie Humphreys, Kurt De Luis, Ethan Bullemor, Jacob Sykes and Zac Fulton in the team, the Sea Eagles controlled the NSW Cup game from the outset to lead 12-6 at half-time before going on to record a well-deserved victory under Coach Nathan Hogan

Bullemor crossed for two tries in the win with his first four pointer coming after the ball travelled through several pairs of hands in a fine team try.

His second try came after Bullemor showed great desperation to chase down a smart grubber kick from Humphreys to plant the ball down for a 22-6 lead.

Strong game...Ethan Bullemor crossed for two tries against the Bears.
Strong game...Ethan Bullemor crossed for two tries against the Bears. ©NRL Photos

The Bears then made things a little nervous towards the end on the back of two more tries to reduce the margin to six points, but the Sea Eagles manned up in defence in the final five minutes to record their second win of the season.

The win moves Blacktown Workers off the bottom of the ladder into 11 position on six points with two wins from 12 games.

Jersey Flegg

The Sea Eagles suffered a 40-22 loss to the Sydney Roosters at 4 Pines Park on Sunday.

The Roosters led 24-12 at half-time with Manly’s tries coming through exciting full-back Kaeo Weekes and skillful young prop James Uesele.

Two tries in six minutes early in the second half to Soakimi Fakaua and winger Sanele Aukusitino saw the Sea Eagles get back to trail 24-22 before the Roosters ran in three more tries to take the win.

The loss leaves the Sea Eagles in 11th position on 10 points with four wins from 12 games.

Rd 14 Fixtures

Sunday, June 12, Campbelltown Sports Stadium

9.55am Jersey Flegg: Sea Eagles (11) vs Wests Tigers (6)

11.30am NSW Cup: Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles (11)  vs Western Suburbs Magpies (12)

2pm NRL: Sea Eagles (10) vs Wests Tigers (13)


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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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