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Memorable Golden Point moments for Sea Eagles

Golden Point, you either love it or hate it, but it's been part of our rugby league lives since 2003.

Manly’s record in Golden Point stands at eight wins, six losses, and a draw from 15 matches.

Today, we take a look back on our eight heart-stopping Golden Point wins

Tomorrow, we reveal our pick for Manly's best ever win in Golden Point!

May 18, 2003: Manly beat Parramatta 36-34.

It was the day five-eighth Ben Walker wrote his name into the rugby league history books as the first player to win a game in Golden Point.

With the pressure on, Walker landed a penalty goal from out wide in extra time, much to the delight of a packed Brookvale Oval hill on a Sunday afternoon.

July 16, 2016: Manly beat Warriors 15-14

A magical left foot field goal from half-back Daly Cherry-Evans saw the Sea Eagles record a thrilling 15-14 victory over the Warriors at nib Stadium in Perth

The Warriors went for a field goal in the fourth minute of extra-time but Shaun Johnson's attempt was charged down by an incredible effort from Jake Trbojevic before Cherry-Evans sealed the win in very wet conditions in front of over 11,000 fans.

April 21, 2017: Manly beat Canberra 20-18

In one of the games of the season, centre Dylan Walker converted a 40 metre penalty goal late in the first half of golden point to give the Sea Eagles a 20-18 victory at GIO Stadium.

The penalty goal came after Walker missed two earlier attempts from 20 metres out that could have sealed victory in normal time.

June 4, 2017: Manly beat Canberra 21-20

A Daly Cherry-Evans field goal in Golden Point saw the Sea Eagles grab a 21-20 victory over Canberra Raiders at Brookvale.

The victory was the second time Manly had beaten Canberra in Golden Point that season following Dylan Walker’s match winning goal in round 8.

August 27, 2017: Manly beat Warriors 22-21

A Daly Cherry-Evans left foot field goal secured the Sea Eagles a 22-21 victory over the Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium.

Trailing 21-14 after 73 minutes, Tom Trbojevic got the Sea Eagles back to within four after scoring from his own chip and chase try.

From the restart, the Warriors kicked the ball out on the full before Cherry-Evans nailed a field goal off his preferred right foot for a 21-all scoreline.

Cherry-Evans then landed a left foot field goal to seal the win to keep Manly's finals hopes alive.

August 5, 2018: Manly beat Cronulla 33-32

A left foot field goal from captain Daly Cherry-Evans saw Manly win 33-32 at Shark Park.

Trailing 32-26 with five minutes left, a try to Joel Thompson from a Cherry-Evans grubber kick levelled the scores.

After missing a field goal attempt in the 78th minute, Cherry-Evans calmly switched his stance to trick the Sharks defenders to win the game.

April 6, 2019: Manly beat Souths 13-12

It was that man again, DCE, who got the Sea Eagles home at Brookvale with a 37 metre field goal.

The Rabbitohs drew level at 12-all when half-back Adam Reynolds converted a penalty goal from the sideline in the 72nd minute.

Reynolds missed with his first field goal attempt from 35 metres out four minutes into extra-time before Cherry-Evans nailed his field goal.

July 27, 2019: Manly beat Melbourne 11-10

A Daly Cherry-Evans field goal caused wild celebrations for Sea Eagles supporters at AAMI Park after the Sea Eagles led 10-0 at half-time.

A Cameron Munster field goal attempt in extra-time hit the right upright before a field goal shot from Manly centre Dylan Walker also hit the upright.

Brodie Croft then had a long range field goal attempt in the second period of extra-time but the ball went wide of the posts.

Cherry-Evans then kicked a 25 metre field goal to take victory after the Storm were called back for a forward pass to give Manly a scrum feed with a minute to go.

 

 

 

 

 

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