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The last five home wins against the Eels

One of the great rivalries in rugby league returns this Friday night at 4 Pines Park when the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles tackle the Parramatta Eels.

In the build up to the Round 21 match, we take a look at the last five home wins against Parramatta at Brookvale.

The Eels' last win against Manly at Brookvale was a 20-12 victory in 2017.

Rd 10, 2020: Manly 22-18

A dominant first half performance saw the Sea Eagles lead 22-4 at half-time before holding off a late comeback from the Eels.

Daly Cherry-Evans, Danny Levi, Martin Taupau and Joel Thompson scored for Manly with winger Reuben Garrick kicking three goals from four in the win.

Rd 18, 2019: Manly 36-24.

Reuben Garrick crossed for his first hat-trick in the NRL in a memorable game for the hard working winger.

Garrick also kicked four from seven goals for a personal haul of 20 points as he continued a fine debut season in the NRL with the Sea Eagles.

Reuben Garrick's big day out against the Eels

Rd 2, 2018: Manly 54-0

The Sea Eagles recorded their sixth ever biggest win in its proud history with a nine try romp against the Eels.

A superb first half performance saw Manly leave the field to a standing ovation with a 30-0 lead to their name.

Curtis Sironen scored two tries in the win with Daly Cherry-Evans, Lachlan Croker, Addin Fonua-Blake, Api Koroisau, Lloyd Perrett, Jorge Taufua, and Jake Trbojevic also scoring.

Manly captain and half-back Daly Cherry-Evans capped off a fine game with 22 points through a try and nine goals from 10 attempts.

Rd 3, March 23, 2014: Manly 22-18

A double from ‘hitman’ Steve Matai was the highlight in this victory as Manly made it two wins from three games to start the season.

Full-back Peta Hiku and five-eighth/captain Jamie Lyon also crossed for tries.

Rd 17, 2013: Manly 50-10

Winger Jorge Taufua crossed for his second hat-trick of the season in this nine tries to two victory over the Eels.

Centre and captain Jamie Lyon recorded a personal haul of 18 points in the win through a try and seven goals.

Taufua would score two more tries a month later against the Eels in a year that saw the popular winger cross for 20 tries in 26 games in his second season at Manly.

The 20 tries in a season was Taufua’s best in his 10 year career at Manly.


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