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Round 12 Match Day Guide vs Storm

One of the the great modern rivalries in rugby league will have a new chapter written when the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles host the Melbourne Storm on Friday, May 24.

Here is everything you need to know for the match at 4 Pines Park.

Key times

5.30pm: Gates Open

5.45pm Kick Off: Jersey Flegg Cup: Sea Eagles v Wests Tigers

8pm NRL Kick Off: Sea Eagles v Storm

Note: As of Friday afternoon, the match is a sell-out and no tickets will be sold at gates.

NRL Indigenous Round

The Sea Eagles will be led out for NRL indigenous Round by former Manly players Cliff Lyons and Joel Thompson, who will be joined by Northern Beaches Indigenous Junior Rugby League kids.

Manly's Indigenous Round Jersey is symbolic of togetherness. Boasting a design by Kyle King, a proud Bundjalung man, the jersey represents the power of rugby league bringing together friends, family and the community.

This jersey will be proudly worn by the Sea Eagles on their home ground; Gayamaygal & Garigal land.

You can purchase the jersey here and all the latest Sea Eagles team gear at the merchandise outlets inside 4 Pines Park.

Official Merchandise can also be purchased at the Sea Eagles store inside Manly Leagues Club during trading hours or at our online store.

Corporate Hospitality

Needing to make a last-minute corporate hospitality booking? Book here

Getting to 4 Pines Park

Supporters are encouraged to consider all the available public transport options ahead of time.

Drive with your group and use nearby local parking. Allow extra travel time as traffic may be heavier than usual. You can find real-time updates on traffic conditions at

If you have to catch public transport, please plan ahead at and allow plenty of extra travel time. Buses run regularly to Brookvale making stops on Pittwater Rd near the 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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