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Sea Eagles chase first win in Harvey Norman Women's

Manly Warringah will be looking to break through for their first win in their debut Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership season when they travel to Woy Woy on Sunday, July 14.

The Sea Eagles tackle the Central Coast Roosters in round two after suffering an 18-10 loss to the Parramatta Eels in their opening round match at 4 Pines Park last Saturday. Central Coast went down 22-10 to South Sydney. 

Parramatta held an 18 point lead after 20 minutes but weren’t able to add to the tally due to some impressive defence from a spirited Manly side. 

Crunch...the Sea Eagles muscle up
Crunch...the Sea Eagles muscle up ©Jason Dan (Manly Media)

"After a poor start, they showed a lot of fight to stay in the game and compete,'' said Manly Coach Keith Hanley.

"I was disappointed with the the first up contact, squeeze, and marker work early.

"We are focusing this week on our process around line speed, winning contact, controlling the ruck and marker."

In a beaten side, Hanley was pleased with the performances turned in by former NSW U19s half-back Tayla Montgomery and second-rower Nicole Nathan.

Tayla Montgomery
Tayla Montgomery ©Jason Dan (Manly Media)

"Tayla showed some good control at half on her edge while Nicole was aggressive and physical,'' Hanley added.

"This week, we have brought in prop Tanika-Jazz Noble Bell, Mia Holo, and Mahina Manapori to the team.

"Taytana Pati Ah-Cheung will make her debut at full-back. She has good footwork, speed, and is safe under the high ball.

"There is a real 'X factor' about her."



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