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Free Double Header at 4 Pines Park on Sunday

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles supporters can enjoy a free double header at 4 Pines Park on Sunday, July 10.

With the Sea Eagles having a bye in the NRL this weekend, the club will still host two games in the Jersey Flegg Cup and NSW Cup against St George-Illawarra from 1pm.

The ninth-placed Sea Eagles will be looking to keep their fine momentum of late going in the Jersey Flegg as they look to break into the top eight.

A win over the second-placed Dragons will certainly keep their finals hopes alive with six games and a bye remaining after Sunday.

Manly goes into the match following an impressive 44-24 win over the Victoria Thunderbolts at 4 Pines Park that saw the Sea Eagles lead 32-0 at half-time following six first half tries.

Powerful winger Sanele Aukusitino and quality young centre Fletcher Myers scored two tries each while half-back Jamie Humphreys kicked six from eight goals.

The Sea Eagles face another quality test against the Dragons, who beat them 48-28 in round six in a game that saw Manly forward Faleata Iosefa sent from the field.

In the NSW Cup match at 3pm, Blacktown Workers will be hoping to change their fortunes around against the eighth-placed Dragons following back-to-back losses.

It will be another significant challenge for the bottom placed Blacktown Workers who have recorded just two wins from 15 games this season. They sit three points behind the 11th placed Western Suburbs Magpies.

Experienced Sea Eagles centre Brad Parker makes a welcome return from injury for Blacktown Workers on Sunday.

4 Pines Park Double Header

Sunday, July 10. Entry free

1pm Jersey Flegg: Manly Warringah Sea Eagles (9th) vs St George-Illawarra Dragons (2nd)

3pm NSW Cup: Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles (12th) vs St George-Illawarra Dragons (8th)

Manly Jersey Flegg team

Blacktown Workers team

 

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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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