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2008 premiers the Manly Sea Eagles have thrashed the Gold Coast Titans 38-4 to secure fifth spot and put their title defence back on track.
THE Cronulla Sharks have come within a whisker of pulling off one of their greatest ever wins this afternoon, narrowly falling to the Manly Sea Eagles 18-16 at Brookvale Oval.
MANLY withstood both the strong Olympic Park wind and a tenacious Melbourne Storm to leapfrog into fifth place on the NRL ladder this afternoon, winning the second Grand Final replay of the season by 20-16.
MANLY Sea Eagles have tonight moved themselves into 5th position on the NRL table after a decisive victory over the Roosters, languishing at the bottom of the table, by an emphatic 44-12.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have kept their finals hopes alive with a 36-22 upset over the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval.
WESTS Tigers have won their fourth consecutive game and brought themselves to the edge of the top eight with an exciting 19-18 triumph over Manly at the Sydney Football Stadium.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have overcome a six point halftime deficit to defeat the Cronulla Sharks 32 points to 26, retaining the Steve Rogers cup, and more importantly, nabbing two competition points and a spot in the NRL top eight.
DRAGONS' five-eighth Jamie Soward has engineered a superb 48-18 victory over defending Premiers Manly in this afternoon's match at a near-capacity WIN Stadium in Wollongong.
MANLY have run out 19-12 victors over the Bulldogs tonight in an astonishing finish to a thrilling game at Brookvale Oval.
THE Manly Sea Eagles have entered the top eight for the first time in the 2009 season with a 20-14 win over a fast finishing Canberra Raiders at Brookvale Oval.
IN this mid-season review, Joshua Hill takes a look at the defending premiers, the Manly Sea Eagles.
THE Sea Eagles extended the Roosters' losing streak to four, triumphing 38-18 at Brookvale Oval this evening.
A controversial final minute deicison has seemingly cost the Manly Sea Eagles victory this afternoon at Skilled Park, the Gold Coast Titans awarded a final-minute penalty for an 18-17 win in front of 16,126 supporters.
THE Manly's premiership defence is gaining momentum as they posted back-to-back victories with a 34-10 trouncing of Parramatta at Brookvale Oval this afternoon in front of 15,916 fans.
JAMIE Lyon has inspired the Manly Sea Eagles to a come-from-behind 22-20 victory in front of 27,527 fans at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, reversing the recent run of losses for the defending Premiers.