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2013 was the year that Manly got so close, yet so far. The club will be looking to 2014 with optimism that they can go one step further.
THE Rugby League community is today paying tribute to Country Rugby League Chairman Mr Wayne ‘Jock’ Colley OAM
PENRITH have finished 2013 on a high with a 38-26 victory over the Manly Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval.
THE Sydney Roosters have extended their condolences to the Phipps family, following the passing of Life Member and long-time club benefactor, Mr Harry Phipps.
MANLY have re-affirmed their premiership ambitions with a dogged 38 points to 20 victory over the Gold Coast Titans in front of 11,905 fans at Brookvale this afternoon.
THE ugly face of racism rears its head once again. Last Friday night, a number of Manly Sea Eagles fans allegedly hurled, among other things, racial abuse at Ben Barba, Dene Halatau and the wife of Frank Pritchard (as she sat in the stands).
THE Manly Warringah Sea Eagles will finish the 2013 season on home soil with the Round 26 match against the Penrith Panthers moved back to Fortress Brookvale.
SOUTH Sydney have recorded a rare victory at Brookvale oval in a blockbuster encounter, 20 points to 12 in front of 20,510 fans tonight.
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels Board, team, staff and management would like to extend their sympathy to the Cheney family following the passing of Mal Cheney, a member of the Eels Family.
THE Queensland Rugby League has paid tribute to one of the game
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have accounted for a valiant Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks outfit this afternoon, taking out the match 25-18 in front of more than 17,000 at Brookvale.
A powerful display by Manly have led them to a convincing 32-0 victory over Newcastle in front of 12,263 fans at Brookvale Oval tonight.
2013 brings another year of hope for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. This year will bring Geoff Toovey's second year at the helm and a lot of new faces to the line up.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles may have lost their coach and some background staff, but they still started the season as the Premiers - and were determined to go back to back.
THE Sydney Roosters have been saddened to learn of the death of Life Member and former Leagues Club and Football Club Chairman, Mr Keith Steel.