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Veteran centre Terry Hill will meet with Manly management this week over his immediate future with the Sea Eagles.
Hill scored three tries in Manly's 26-16 win over St. George Illawarra in a trial match at Albion Park on Saturday night.
The 33 year old showed excellent form and enthusiasm to ignite Manly in the second half after the scores were level at 10 all at half time.
Hill has trained for 16 weeks with the club for an apportunity to have one last season in the NRL.
He will have discussions with executive director Paul Cummings and head coach Des Hasler this week.
Manly suffered several injuries in the trial and are awaiting a medical check today on several players:
Glenn Stewart appears to have the worst injury with Brett Stewart, Hicks and Hopoate expected to recover in time for the opening premiershuip match against the New Zealand Warriors in Auckland on Sunday, March 13.