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Rd 7 NRL Preview: Sea Eagles vs Titans

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles head to the Gold Coast for the first time since 2022 when they tackle the Titans at CBus Super Stadium on Saturday, April 20.

We take a look at some of the key points heading into the round seven Telstra Premiership match.

Team News

The Sea Eagles welcome back Jason Saab, Matthew Lodge and Nathan Brown from injury. Centre Reuben returns after missing last week’s draw with the Warriors through concussion. Manly will be without Josh Aloiai (suspended), Ben Trbojevic (hamstring) and Toff Sipley (knee).


Both teams head into the clash after playing in Golden Point games last weekend.

The Sea Eagles recorded a 22-all draw with the Warriors in Auckland to make it three wins, two losses and a draw from six games.

The Titans lost 21-20 to the Raiders in Canberra to remain winless after five matches.

Golden time on the Coast

The Sea Eagles enjoy playing at Cbus Super Stadium, having won four of their past five games at Robina.

Of those, Manly’s biggest win came against the Titans in 2021, a 56-24 victory after the Sea Eagles trailed 24-8 at half-time.

On that day, Garrick ran in four tries, Tom Trbojevic grabbed a hat-trick, and Saab crossed for a double.

Points Blitz for Reuben

Garrick certainly enjoys the fast track at Cbus Super Stadium, having scored 66 points in his last four games there.

His best effort was the four try haul in 2021 where Garrick also kicked six goals from 11 attempts to finish with 28 points.

Garrick currently sits ninth on the NRL ladder for most points with 40 points in five games this season.

Haumole's hungry for more!

Barnstorming Manly back-rower Haumole Olakauátu will be keen to eat up more metres against the Titans to add to his already impressive tally.

'Shmole' has been hungry for plenty of work, chewing up 472 metres in six games to sit on top of the post contact metres ladder. 

Game Day Details

3pm Gates Open

3.05pm Hostplus Cup: Ipswich Jets vs Tweed Seagulls

5.30pm NRL: Titans vs Sea Eagles 

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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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