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THE Newcastle Knights have come from behind to claim the Mal Reilly Shield with a 13-12 Golden Point victory over the Manly Sea Eagles in front of a vociferous crowd at EnergyAustralia Stadium tonight.
THE Cronulla Sharks have kicked off their 2008 campaign with a determined 16-10 victory over the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval.
CRONULLA lock Greg Bird will give his injured hamstring an early morning test in a desperate bid to play against Manly in the NRL match at Brookvale Oval.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM guest writer Michael Treacy previews season 2008 for the Manly Sea Eagles...
TEST fullback Brett Stewart insists Manly are fitter and stronger than last season and ready for another early NRL onslaught.
MANLY'S Test fullback Brett Stewart says he has fully recovered from off-season knee surgery and will play in their NRL opener against Cronulla on Saturday.
MANLY skipper Matt Orford has warned Sea Eagles fans that last year's beaten NRL grand finalists could be a little slow out of the blocks.
TONY Benson was delighted with his first win as London Skolars coach following the Skolars victory over Sheffield Eagles on Friday night
CELTIC Crusaders made it three wins out of three in the Northern Rail Cup on Saturday night after putting on outstanding first half performance to overcome Sheffield Eagles 34-14 at the Brewery Field
MELBOURNE Storm has kick started their 2008 campaign the way they left 2007, with a comprehensive 56-10 victory over the Manly Sea Eagles in their first trial match of the season
MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has named his squad for this Friday
CELTIC Crusaders have held on for arguably their most difficult game of their Northern Rail Cup campaign
SCOTTISH Rugby League - Edinburgh will take on English amateur side Normanton this Saturday
CELTIC Crusaders open their competitive season this Friday with an away match against Sheffield Eagles at the Don Valley Stadium in the Northern Rail Cup
THE Melbourne Storm have erased all demons of last years heartbreaking Grand Final loss by taking out the 2007 Telstra Premiership in style, running out 34-8 victors over the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles.