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No Place Like Home: Taniela Paseka

Powerful Manly Sea Eagles prop Taniela Paseka has nominated his favourite home games at 4 Pines Park in our 'No Place Like Home' series.

Paseka has played 97 games for Manly since making his NRL debut for the Sea Eagles in 2018.

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1: Rd 6, 2018

“It’s hard to go past my NRL debut against the Wests Tigers. I remember the feeling of running onto Brookvale Oval after being called up off the bench. I had tingles running through me, I was so nervous but so excited at the same time. I don’t remember too much of the game because there was so much going through my head. I played 18 minutes. Benji Marshall put on a bit of a show with two tries in their (38-12) win."

2: Rd 24, 2019

“It was my first try in the NRL. We started off well against Melbourne but were down 18-6 at the break. I remember scoring next to the posts a few minutes out from half-time. It will always be a special memory for me because my late father was there to witness it. The boys all jumped around me in excitement. Daly Cherry-Evans just looked at me with a big smile as he gave me the line and ball to run. He was happy to get the try assist. Unfortunately, the Storm pumped us (36-16) in the end."

3: Rd 7, 2023

"This is a game to remember for a few reasons. The first was Haumole Olakauátu's massive hit on Melbourne Storm centre Justin Olam. The Fox commentator Dan Ginnane said of the hit, 'he folds him like Origami'. It was some shot.

The second is the joy I had in sending Lachlan Croker over for the match winning try. It felt so good seeing 'Crokes' dive over late in the game to give us an 18-8 win."

No Place Like Home - Brad Parker

No Place Like Home - Tom Trbojevic

No Place Like Home - Lachlan Croker

No Place Like Home - Ben Trbojevic


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