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Sea Eagles record against Canberra at GIO Stadium

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles travel to the nation’s capital on Saturday to clash with the Canberra Raiders at GIO Stadium in another chapter of an exciting rivalry.

Manly has won 10 of the 17 matches played at GIO Stadium. We take a look at the five of the best Sea Eagles wins at GIO Stadium.

Manly at GIO Stadium

Rd 8, 2007

It was a case of you score, we score, on a Sunday afternoon in May.

A hat-trick of tries to winger Michael Robertson saw the Sea Eagles take the two competition points with a 46-30 win.

Matt Ballin, Steve Bell, Michael Monaghan, Brett Stewart, and Anthony Watmough were Manly’s tryscorers. Jamie Lyon landed six goals from seven attempts.

It was Manly’s seventh win from eight games.

Rd 12, 2008

The sending off of prop Adam Cuthbertson for a high tackle wasn't enough to stop the Sea Eagles in their 31-18 win.

The Sea Eagles ran in five tries to three through Matt Ballin, Steve Menzies, Steve Matai, Michael Robertson and Anthony Watmough. Manly half-back and captain Matt Orford kicked five goals and a field goal.

The win over the Raiders was the start of a seven game winning streak in what became a premiership winning year for Manly, culminating in the famous 40-0 Grand Final victory over the Melbourne Storm.

Rd 24, 2013

A 20 point haul from Manly captain Jamie Lyon was the highlight in the 36-22 win over the Raiders on a Sunday afternoon at Bruce Stadium.

Lyon bagged two tries and had a perfect goal-kicking record of six from six with the boot.

Jamie Buhrer, Peta Hiku, Jorge Taufua, and Anthony Watmough also scored four pointers.

Rd 23, 2015

It was the ‘Killer’ and ‘Snake’ show on this Sunday afternoon in August.

Lyon and full-back Brett Stewart scored a double each. Lyon also kicked three goals in Manly’s gripping 26-24 win.

Steve Matai also crossed in what was Manly's fourth straight win.

Rd 8, 2017

Manly centre Dylan Walker became public enemy number one in a fiery match at Canberra Stadium in April.

Walker missed two easy shots at goal late in the game that would have sealed victory for the Sea Eagles.

However, Walker quickly became an instant hero amongst Sea Eagles supporters when he landed a 40 metre penalty goal in golden point extra-time to give Manly a heart-stopping 20-18 win.




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