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The Manly Sea Eagles today officially announced the signing of centre Terry Hill for the 2005 season.
Hill met with manager Wayne Beavis and Manly executive director Paul Cummings early today and agreed on a performance based agreement for the upcoming NRL premiership.
"Manly is delighted to have Terry Hill on board for the season - his experience will be invaluable to our side,"Mr.Cummings said.
"His training and trial form has been the deciding factor and he wants to play for the right reasons,"Mr.Cummings said.
Hill last played for Manly in 1999 and has played 126 games for the club.
"I am looking forward to giving something back to the club where I enjoyed my best football and if I can help guide some exciting young players to success then it will give me great pleasure,"Hill said.
"It's not a money thing and my comeback is in no way motivated by anything else than a will to go out with a season of enjoyment in a team going places,"Hill said.