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Sea Eagles ready to fire against Dirty Reds

Manly Leagues heads into their first game in almost a month when they travel to St Marys on Saturday to tackle the Glebe Dirty Reds in round five of the Sydney Shield.

The Sea Eagles haven’t played since a 26-10 loss to Brothers at Penrith on March 23 in round two.

Since then, Manly Leagues have had their round three match against Mounties postponed due to inclement weather and had a bye in round four.

Manly Leagues sit in fifth spot with Glebe eighth.

To help overcome this, the Sea Eagles held an opposed training session against local club, Narrabeen Sharks, last week to help blow out the cobwebs ahead of the clash with the Dirty Reds.

The Sea Eagles also have some new faces in the side this week in Cameron Brown, Callum Dowell, Stevie O’Çonnor and Marco Serverino

“Glebe are very strong across the park so we will need to be on our game,’’ said Sea Eagles Coach Anthony Watmough.

“Cameron has come back from NSW Cup and the rest of the boys have forced their way into the team.”


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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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