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Sea Eagles to host international Navy game

An international Navy rugby league game will be played at 4 Pines Park tonight as the curtain raiser to the sold out ANZAC Round clash between the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles and the Parramatta Eels.

The Royal Australian Navy Tridents take on the Royal Navy Brothers (UK) from 5.45pm. Click here to watch livestream coverage of the match from 5.30pm.

Marni Edmonds from the Royal Australian Navy Band Sydney will perform the anthem from 5.40pm.

This will be the eighth time the two sides have met since the first meeting in 2002, with the Royal Navy Brothers holding a 4-3 lead.

The match promises to deliver an evening of intense competition and camaraderie, showcasing the best of military sportsmanship on the rugby league field.

The Tridents team will be aiming to secure a decisive victory on home turf. The Royal Navy team will undoubtedly bring their A-game, eager to demonstrate their prowess in this challenging away fixture.

Both teams suffered two point defeats in their respective warm up games with the Tridents losing to NSW Fire and Rescue service with the Brothers going down to the Coogee Dolphins.

Match times

5.15pm Gates Open

5.40pm: National Anthems – Australia & UK, to beperformed by Marni Edmonds from the Royal Australian Navy Band Sydney

5.45pm Kick Off: Royal Australian Navy Tridents vs Royal Navy Brothers (UK). 

RAN Tridents team

1 Nathan Bob

2 Ronin Laskai

3 Jamail Willis

4 Jed Fatches

5 Jack Paavola

6 Eklon Ronsen

7 Jamie Perry

8 Ashley Gassman

9 Manuel Grundy-Quay ©

10 Jason Hardin

11 Benjamin Stewart

12 Reuben Hill

13 Jack Oakey

14 Steven Taylor

15 Joshua Nash

16 Zacheriah Ketchell

17 Kurtis Sparke

18 Kyal Furbank

19 Alex Berger

20 Connor Poipoi

RN Brothers team

1 Ben Conner 

2 Ratu Kurusasa  

3 Joey Sugden  

4 Gavin Duffy  

5 Kiniviliame Dakuliga  

6 Jack Bartlett    

7 Rhys Joel     

8 James Teixeira    

9 Tyler Leighton    

10 David Brown 

11 Brodie-Lee Butler    

12 Charlie Mattison

13 Ben Taylor  

14 Eli Steinberg   

15 Louis McKenna 

16 Jack Ray

17 Jack Broxton

18 Jack Basher    

19 Elliot Richardson     

20 Danny Dainty        

Head Coach: Darren Bamford; Team Manager - Jason Steele                    

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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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