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THE Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have joined the Sea Eagles on top of the Telstra Premiership table with a 7 point victory at ANZ Stadium in front of 14,921 fans.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have cemented their position on top of the NRL competition after 16 Rounds with a hard-fought, 24-16 victory over the Sydney Roosters at Brookvale Oval in front of just over 17,000 fans.
THE Melbourne Storm have snuck home to defeat the Sea Eagles 22-19 at AAMI Park in front of 13,273 as they fought back to claim the two premiership points.
THE Club and players were informed this morning of Glenn Stewart's decision to sign with the South Sydney Rabbitohs for the 2015 and 2016 NRL seasons.
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 Sydney Roosters have won the Provan-Summons trophy for 2013 with a hard fought 26-18 win over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.
JUST a week after controversy helped the Sharks to a win, this week it came back to take the victory away from them after a controversial try helped Manly get the win.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs have shown why they are premiership contenders with a come from behind 22-10 win over the Manly Sea Eagles in front of a record 20,060 crowd at Bluetounge Stadium.
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 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 Newtown Jets reclaimed a place in the VB NSW Cup top four, following their decisive 42-10 win against the Cliff Lyons-coached Manly-Warringah at Henson Park last Saturday.
THE first team into the 2011 NRL Grand Final as been finalised tonight as Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles were been dominate over the Brisbane Broncos. The beach boys closed the curtains on the wonderful career of Darren Lockyer at the Sydney Football Stadium
SUDDEN death football is a wonderful incentive for most. But tonight the Cowboys have fallen embarrassingly to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 42-8 after a massive second half effort at the Sydney Football Stadium.
DUBBED as a possible Grand Final preview and it lived to all the hype. The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles dominating over the Melbourne Storm 18-4 in front of a fired up crowd at Brookvale Oval of 20,414.