The time has come for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles to really make a statement in the Jersey Flegg Cup.
They must stand up and show what this talented team is truly capable of before their season slips even more further away.
In a frustrating season for Coach Adam McEwen and his team, the Sea Eagles sit in 11th position with just four wins from 12 games. They are a way better side than where they sit on the competition ladder.
Fortunately for the Sea Eagles, a congested ladder sees Manly on 10 points, just two competition points behind eighth position.
With 10 matches remaining and a bye before the end of the regular season, the Sea Eagles certainly have the ammunition to make a run, but need to improve dramatically following disappointing losses to the Victoria Thunderbolts and the Sydney Roosters in the past fortnight.
We recognise that our performances are not at a level we expectJersey Flegg Coach Adam McEwen
“I’ve made changes to try and kickstart the second half of the season after two disappointing weeks.
“In saying that, our training standards have been high and the boys remain enthusiastic, especially the debutantes who have been pushing for an opportunity to show their skills.”
The Sea Eagles tackle the sixth-placed Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Sunday, June 12. Kick-off is 9.45am in the first match of a triple header.
See the Sea Eagles team to play the Wests Tigers.