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Rd 23 Jersey Flegg/NSW Cup Previews

The Sea Eagles will feature in two lower grade games on Saturday as part of a final triple header at 4 Pines Park this season.

We take a look at the Jersey Flegg and NSW Cup matches.

Jersey Flegg 

With two rounds remaining, the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are out of the finals race.

The 10th placed Sea Eagles tackle the fourth placed Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks after suffering a 44-24 defeat to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Belmore Sports Ground last Sunday to end their finals aspirations.

It will be the second time the two teams have met this season with Manly beating  Cronulla 24-22 at Pointsbet Stadium in round seven in one of their finest victories.

A try in the 62nd minute from full-back Kaeo Weekes proved the difference after  Cronulla held a 16-12 lead at half-time.

Weekes and hooker Gordon Chan Kum Tong scored two tries each with half-back  Jamie Humphreys kicking four from four in the win.

The match against Cronulla kicks-off at 4 Pines Park at 1.30pm. See the Manly team here


Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles face another stiff test against NSW Cup competition leaders Newtown Jets.

Having already secured the dreaded wooden spoon with two rounds remaining, Blacktown Workers now take on the high flying Jets as they attempt to win their first game in 10 weeks.

The team's only wins have been against Newcastle and North Sydney in a very disappointing season for the club.

Blacktown Workers go into their final home game on the back of a heavy 38-12 loss to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Belmore Sports Ground last Sunday.

Prop Bruce Ward and fullback Jake Toby scored second half tries for Blacktown Workers who trailed 22-0 at half-time.

Newtown come into this match fresh from a bye after beating St George-Illawarra Dragons 32-10 in their last match.

The Jets beat Blacktown Workers 34-16 at Henson Park in round seven.

The Blacktown Workers versus Newtown Jets match is the second game of a triple header at 4 Pines Park. Kick-off 3.15pm. See the Blacktown Workers team here.



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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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