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THE wrap up from this morning's League news including reports on Manly and their dramas; the Bulldogs young trouble makers; the Knights home game plans; Minichiello's sponsorship and Myles' asking price; and more bad coverage on Todd Carney.
MANLY'S unhappy start to their premiership defence has continued, going down to the Penrith Panthers 12 points to 10 in front of a disappointing crowd of 8667 at Brookvale Oval tonight.
A last minute Jerome Ropati try has secured the two competition points for the New Zealand Warriors with a 26-24 win over the Manly Sea Eagles in front of 16,307 supporters in what was a sensational match of rugby league this afternoon.
ADRIAN Rovere takes a look at the crisis on the Northern Beaches...
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Paul Zines looks at the Sea Eagles
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles are the toast of Rugby League
THE Manly Sea Eagles have set up a replay of the 2007 Grand Final with a dominant 32-6 defeat of the New Zealand Warriors at the SFS.
THE St George Illawarra Dragons have become the first team eliminated from the 2008 finals after a 38-6 pasting at the hands of the Manly Sea Eagles in front of 19,000 fans at Brookvale Oval.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have defeated the Penrith Panthers by 34-16 at CUA Stadium as Melbourne must defeat Souths by atleast 26 points to win the Minor Premiership.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have surged to top spot on the premiership ladder with a 28-10 victory over the Gold Coast Titans at Brookvale Oval.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have all but ended the season of the Wests Tigers as they ran out 48-16 victors at ANZ Stadium, in the first Double Header match tonight.
IN undoubtedly one of the upsets of the season, the South Sydney Rabbitohs have trounced premiership contenders the Manly Sea Eagles 40-32 in front of 11,114 fans at ANZ Stadium.
THE Melbourne Storm have held off five consecutive sets on their line to claim a nail-biting 16-10 victory over the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval.
GAME notes and full preview of Friday's Melbourne Storm v Manly Sea Eagles clash at Brookvale.
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.