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Sea Eagles vs Eels: The points that count

We take a look at the key points and numbers heading into tonight's clash against the Parramatta Eels at 4 Pines Park, thanks to our Major Partner Pointsbet.

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The number of metres Tom Trbojevic made from 16 runs in the round one win against the Bulldogs.

With a full game under his belt and fresh from a bye, look out for some more 'Turbo' injection against the Eels.


How many matches both clubs have played against each other since coming into the NSWRL competition together in 1947.

Manly has won 87 to Parramatta's 56. 


It's the century that local junior Brad Parker has long been craving for. To play 100 NRL games for his beloved Sea Eagles.

Tough, resilient, loyal and passionate, 'Parks' is a true clubman who will be out for a huge game in this special milestone for him and his family.

Furthermore, you can back Parker in for a try too with some confidence, given he has scored six tries in eight games against the Eels. He has scored 24 tries in all for Manly.


Reuben Garrick has scored 98 points against the Eels since making his NRL debut back in 2019.

On the try scoring front, Garrick has crossed for nine tries in eight games against the blue and golds.

Garrick and the great Ken Irvine share the unique record of being the only Manly players to score two hat-tricks each against the Eels.

The first hat-trick came in the 36-24 win at Brookvale Oval in 2019 before repeating the feat in the 56-10 victory at Sunshine Coast Stadium in 2021.


The biggest winning margin the Sea Eagles have enjoyed over the Eels, a 54-0 victory at Brookvale Oval in 2018.

The round two match saw the Sea Eagles run in nine tries with Curtis Sironen  grabbing a double.

Daly Cherry-Evans finished the game with 22 points through a try and nine goals in front of a joyous crowd of 10,502.


A nice feeling for the Sea Eagles to sit on top of the NRL ladder after two rounds despite playing only one game.

The great 25 points win over the Bulldogs in round one was still enough for Manly to take top spot on the NRL ladder after having the bye last weekend.


It's the number six jersey that Josh Schuster has been wanting to wear again in the NRL for quite some time.

Schuster is raring to go after missing the round one win over the Bulldogs with a calf injury following an impressive pre-season.

It will take time for 'Schuey' to build his combination again with champion half-back Daly Cherry-Evans, but when he does, look out for something special.


The number of tries that Cherry-Evans scored in the big win over the Bulldogs in round one. It was DCE's first career hat-trick.

It's enough to see him equal leader on the NRL try scoring list after two rounds with William Kennedy (Cronulla) and Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (Dolphins).


The number of wooden spoons the Sea Eagles have proudly never won. We threw that one in for fun!



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