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Manly's 2013 win over Wests Tigers at Campbelltown

It will be a very rare trip out west to Campbelltown for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles this Sunday.

The Sea Eagles take on the Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Sports Stadium for just the third time in 22 years since the formation of the Wests Tigers joint venture in 2000.

Manly have one win and one loss to the Wests Tigers at Campbelltown.

We take a look back at Manly’s win in 2013 ahead of this Sunday's match.

Round 20, 2013: Manly 36-18

A two try haul each from Justin Horo and Jamie Lyon saw the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles prove too strong for the Wests Tigers in this Monday night encounter at Campbelltown.

The Sea Eagles led 16-6 at half-time through tries to Horo and Steve Matai and a length of the field try to Lyon.

Manly then jumped out to a commanding lead after 60 minutes before the Wests Tigers hit back late in the game. The Sea Eagles then iced the win with a nice try to half-back Daly Cherry-Evans to claim their fourth straight victory.

Sea Eagles v Tigers Rd 20 (highlights)

Manly Sea Eagles 36 (Justin Horo 2, Jamie Lyon 2, Daly Cherry-Evans, Steve Matai tries; Lyon 6/7 goals) d Wests Tigers 18 (Robbie Farah, David Nofoaluma, Tim Simona tries, Benji Marshall 3/3 goals), Campbelltown Sports Stadium, July 29, 2013, Half-time: Manly 16-6, Crowd: 11,162.


1 Brett Stewart, 2 Jorge Taufua, 3 Jamie Lyon (captain),  4 Steve Matai, 5 David Williams, 6 Kieran Foran, 7 Daly Cherry-Evans, 8 Brenton Lawrence, 9 Matt Ballin, 10 Brent Kite, 11 Anthony Watmough, 12 Justin Horo, 13 Glenn Stewart; bench: 14 Richard Fa’aoso, 15 Jamie Buhrer, 17 George Rose, 21 David Gower. Coach: Geoff Toovey.

Wests Tigers

1 James Tedesco, 2 David Nofoaluma, 3 Blake Ayshford, 4 Chris Lawrence, 5 Tim Simona, 6 Benji Marshall, 17 Braith Anasta, 8 Jack Buchanan, 9 Robbie Farah (captain), 10 Adam Blair, 11 Liam Fulton, 12 Bodene Thompson, 13 Sauaso Sue; bench: 7 Curtis Sironen, 14 Ava Seumanufagai, 16 Ben Murdoch-Masila, 19 Keith Galloway. Coach: Michael Potter.


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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