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Magic Round Game Day Information

The Sea Eagles are set to play the Brisbane Broncos in their final 'home' match at Suncorp Stadium in front of a sold out Magic Round crowd on Friday night.

Check out all the latest information below for the big Round 11 Telstra Premiership clash!

Sea Eagles pre-game fan hub

Please join us at the official MWSE supporter pre-game fan hub at the Darling & Co from 2pm-6pm in the lead up to the match.

A special event day menu and cash bar will be available as well as live music & supporter giveaways.

This event is FREE, please register your attendance here

Open Training Session

With the Sea Eagles based this week on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, there is no open training session occurring this year.

Team News

Tolu Koula has been named at fullback in place of Tom Trbojevic, who faces seven weeks out with a hamstring injury.

Tommy Talau moves to the centres and Raymond Tuaimalo Veega comes in on the wing for his second NRL game of the season.

Haumole Olakau'atu returns from suspension in the second row so Corey Waddell reverts to the bench and Toafofoa Sipley drops to the reserves. 

Suncorp is no longer 'home' 

You can almost hear the cries of joy from Manly fans! 

The Sea Eagles struck a commercial deal in 2015 with Suncorp Stadium to take their home games against Brisbane from Brookvale Oval to the Broncos'  traditional home ground.

Unfortunately for Manly, the club has only won two of the seven 'home' games since 2016 in the annual Friday night fixture.

Not so Magic

Manly and the Broncos have faced off in all four Magic Rounds, with Brisbane claiming three of the four contests, including a 32-6 victory last year. 

The Sea Eagles win came in 2021 with a 50-6 drubbing of the Broncos.

Flashback...the joy of a Magic Round win in 2021
Flashback...the joy of a Magic Round win in 2021 ©NRL Photos

Biggie is back!

Powerful second-rower Haumole Olakau'atu is eager to make up for lost time after serving a two match suspension.

'Biggie Shmole' has been touted as a NSW Origin contender and what better chance is there to impress than with a huge game against the Broncos pack in front of a parochial Brisbane crowd as Manly look to end a four game losing streak at Suncorp Stadium.


Acknowledgement of Country

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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