The NSW Blues have been named for the first game of the 2017 #Origin series.
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16-04-2011 05:30PM at Brookvale Oval
Any of you who saw the Sea Eagles pull one out in the dying moments of their match against the Sharks last weekend may never doubt them again. Me personally, I will never forgive them as that ridiculous turn of events cost me a multi. Ridiculous for some but for Des Halser, a sign that his group are capable of miracles and with this confidence, they face the visiting New Zealand Warriors on Saturday afternoon at Brookvale Oval.
A huge win for Ivan Cleary's men last week but this is a long road trip and although they have had success in the past, New Zealand will find the task too difficult to overcome. The Eagles discipline and defence holds the Warriors at bay but only just. Don't miss the enthralling matchup in the centres as four old hard heads prepare to knock the stuffing out of each other. Jamie Lyon and his men hold on in a tight one.
|Manly Sea Eagles New Zealand Warriors|
|2010||NRL - Round 24||Brookvale Oval||Manly Sea Eagles||19-16|
|2010||NRL - Round 4||Mt Smart Stadium||Manly Sea Eagles||14-6|
|2009||Round 2||Brookvale Oval||New Zealand Warriors||26-24|
|2008||Finals - Week 3||Sydney Football Stadium||Manly Sea Eagles||32-6|
|2008||Round 15||Mt Smart Stadium||Manly Sea Eagles||20-14|