The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Des Hasler part ways, effectively immediately.
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The Manly Sea Eagles on the back of a thoroughly professional first half performance have comfortably defeated the Penrith Panthers 30-10 at a cold Brookvale Oval infront of a crowd of 7,862, in the process setting up a mouth watering match up next week against the Melbourne Storm.
The Panthers were hit with a massive blow before the match with star backrower Frank Pritchard ruled out with an on-going shoulder injury. The Sea Eagles significantly dominated possession early in the match making considerable metres, as the Panthers