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In loving memory of Terry Hill

Today, friends and family came together to farewell NRL player Terry Hill (Sea Eagle #403).

Mourners gathered at The Juniors, Kensington, for the funeral of Hill, who played 246 NRL games for Souths, Easts, Wests, Wests Tigers and Manly.

Two current Manly Warrringah Sea Eagles coaching staff members represented the club at the funeral service. Assistant Coach Jim Dymock and Brett Stewart (Mentor Positional Coach) left the Sea Eagles camp on the Sunshine Coast to attend the funeral. 

It is understood Hill, aged 52, passed away from a heart attack in the Philippines.

Dymock spoke at the service, recalling the fond memories of his times with his great mate Hill. 

Jim Dymock speaking at the service
Jim Dymock speaking at the service

He was a great friend and a great person, Terry was a big softy at heart, that loved his family and friends. Rest in peace.

Jim Dymock

Hill made his club debut for Manly under Coach Bob Fulton, going on to score 64 tries in 142 first grade games for the Sea Eagles between 1994-99 and 2005.

He was a member of Manly's 1996 premiership winning team that defeated St George 20-8 in the Grand Final.

The Sea Eagles wore black armbands in honour of Hill in the match against Parramatta Eels at 4 Pines Park.

You can watch the service or leave a message for the family on the guest book at the funeral video website.


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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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