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MANLY have released a statement on the Bulldogs signing of Tony Williams
THE reigning premiers, Manly-Warrigah Sea Eagles have claimed a late try to steal victory over the Brisbane Broncos 24-22 at Suncorp Stadium in the first of the Friday Night double header
STAR five-eighth Kieran Foran has finalised a new deal with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles which will keep him at the club until the end of 2015.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have held strong with a dominant second half to defeat former coach Des Hasler's Bulldogs 12-10 at ANZ Stadium in front of 24,743 supporters.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles after a long trip around the grounds away from Brookvale Oval return home to put down the Penrith Panthers 30-0 in front of 14,255 fans
THE fireworks finally exploded in Parramatta as the Eels held on to claim their first 2012 season victory over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 29-20 at Parramatta Stadium
THE premiers of the past two years battled out of WIN Jubilee Oval, but the yesteryear title holders the Dragons claimed the victory 17-6 in front of 17,893.
MANLY Warringah Sea Eagles backrower Glenn Stewart has been ruled out of Friday night's clash against the Wests Tigers after receiving medical advice late today.
MANLY coach Geoff Toovey has named his squad to travel to Leeds next week for the 2012 World Club Challenge
MANLY Warringah Sea Eagles co-captain Jason King has today re-signed with the club until the end of the 2014 season.
POWERFUL front rower and fan favourite George Rose has re-signed with Manly Warringah Sea Eagles for a further two seasons.
MANLY-WARRINGAH fans will have access to a free direct door-to-door bus service from the northern beaches to cheer on the Sea Eagles when they play the Brisbane Broncos in the Telstra Premiership Preliminary Final at the Sydney Football Stadium on Friday
MANLY'S three try 2008 grand final star Michael Robertson will leave the club at the end of the current season to link with English Super League club, the London Harlequins.
THE Manly Sea Eagles today accepted the $50,000 fine and contrary conduct charges against four players as a result of last Friday's round 25 match against Melbourne Storm at Brookvale Oval.
THE Manly Sea Eagles will take further advice overnight before deciding if the club will fight charges laid against players from last Friday's round 25 match against Melbourne Storm at Brookvale Oval.