Daly Cherry-Evans of the Sea Eagles passes the ball during the round 10 NRL match between the Melbourne Storm and the Manly Sea Eagles at AAMI Park on May 20, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.

Storm v Sea Eagles

Daly Cherry-Evans of the Sea Eagles passes the ball during the round 10 NRL match between the Melbourne Storm and the Manly Sea Eagles at AAMI Park on May 20, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.

15. Ben Kennedy 2005-06 (37 games)   Lock  Ben Kennedy a New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international representative forward.He played his club football for the Canberra Raiders, Newcastle Knights (with whom he won the 2001 NRL Premiership) and the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles. While Ben only played two seasons with Manly 2005–06 he was an inspirational leader in captaining the Sea Eagles and helped them rebuild and mentor players after the Northern Eagles merged disaster.

15. Ben Kennedy 2005-06 (37 games) Lock Ben Kennedy a New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international representative forward.He played his club football for the Canberra Raiders, Newcastle Knights (with whom he won the 2001 NRL Premiership) and the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles. While Ben only played two seasons with Manly 2005–06 he was an inspirational leader in captaining the Sea Eagles and helped them rebuild and mentor players after the Northern Eagles merged disaster.

11. Steven Menzies 1993-2006 (302 games) Second Row  Steve "Beaver" Menzies a local Manly junior had a stellar career with the Sea Eagles. Menzies is a noted defender, but is best known as the most prolific try scoring forward in rugby league. His total of 180 tries is second in Australian first grade rugby league, behind former Manly player Ken Irvine, who scored 212 tries. Menzies left in 2008 with a 40-0 grand final record win against Melbourne Storm on a record of 349 first-grade games.

11. Steven Menzies 1993-2006 (302 games) Second Row Steve "Beaver" Menzies a local Manly junior had a stellar career with the Sea Eagles. Menzies is a noted defender, but is best known as the most prolific try scoring forward in rugby league. His total of 180 tries is second in Australian first grade rugby league, behind former Manly player Ken Irvine, who scored 212 tries. Menzies left in 2008 with a 40-0 grand final record win against Melbourne Storm on a record of 349 first-grade games.

BEAVER - 2008 Manly Sea eagles v Storm grand final

BEAVER - 2008 Manly Sea eagles v Storm grand final

NRL Sea Eagles vs Warriors Grand Final Highlights 2011

NRL Sea Eagles vs Warriors Grand Final Highlights 2011

Manly Sea Eagles playing on tv...but even greater at Brookie on a sunny Sunday arvo with my gorgeous hubby and fab kids! Wish I could be there for every game!!!

Manly Sea Eagles playing on tv...but even greater at Brookie on a sunny Sunday arvo with my gorgeous hubby and fab kids! Wish I could be there for every game!!!


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18. Jamie Lyon 2007-current (184 games to date) Centre. Jamie is the current co-captain of the Manly club. He is an Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative goal-kicking centre, he played his first club football for the Parramatta Eels before joining English club St. Helens, with whom he won the 2006 Championship and Challenge Cup titles. Lyon then returned to the NRL with Manly. He lost a Grand Final in 2007, but played in the 2008 and 2011 Grand Finals…

18. Jamie Lyon 2007-current (184 games to date) Centre. Jamie is the current co-captain of the Manly club. He is an Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative goal-kicking centre, he played his first club football for the Parramatta Eels before joining English club St. Helens, with whom he won the 2006 Championship and Challenge Cup titles. Lyon then returned to the NRL with Manly. He lost a Grand Final in 2007, but played in the 2008 and 2011 Grand Finals…

23. Glen Stewart 2003-current (140 games to date) Second Row. Glenn an Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative second-row forward, Stewart has played all of his club football to date with Manly, winning the 2008 and 2011 Premierships with them. He is also the older brother of teammate Brett Stewart. In 2008 he was voted the Dally M Second-Rower Of The Year. In the 2011 NRL Grand Final he scored a try and was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal.

23. Glen Stewart 2003-current (140 games to date) Second Row. Glenn an Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative second-row forward, Stewart has played all of his club football to date with Manly, winning the 2008 and 2011 Premierships with them. He is also the older brother of teammate Brett Stewart. In 2008 he was voted the Dally M Second-Rower Of The Year. In the 2011 NRL Grand Final he scored a try and was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal.

20. Noel "Crusher" Cleal 1985 -1989 (125 games) Noel was destructive Second Rower who represented NSW in the State of Origin Series and the Australian national rugby league team. His Sydney career started with the Eastern Suburbs Roosters in 1980 where he played at Centre. He followed coach Bob Fulton to Manly in 1983. Fulton switched Cleal to Second Row, a move which assisted Cleal's ascendancy to State and National representative honours. He tasted premiership in 1987

20. Noel "Crusher" Cleal 1985 -1989 (125 games) Noel was destructive Second Rower who represented NSW in the State of Origin Series and the Australian national rugby league team. His Sydney career started with the Eastern Suburbs Roosters in 1980 where he played at Centre. He followed coach Bob Fulton to Manly in 1983. Fulton switched Cleal to Second Row, a move which assisted Cleal's ascendancy to State and National representative honours. He tasted premiership in 1987

14. Des Hasler 1984-96 (255 games) Utility (halfback, hooker, lock) Des played in 309 matches in a first-grade career spanning 16 seasons. Most of his career was spent with the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, with whom he won two premierships (1987 and 1996). He subsequently coached Manly from 2004 to 2011, winning a further two premierships (2008 and 2011). As a player he also represented Australia internationally and New South Wales in State of Origin.

14. Des Hasler 1984-96 (255 games) Utility (halfback, hooker, lock) Des played in 309 matches in a first-grade career spanning 16 seasons. Most of his career was spent with the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, with whom he won two premierships (1987 and 1996). He subsequently coached Manly from 2004 to 2011, winning a further two premierships (2008 and 2011). As a player he also represented Australia internationally and New South Wales in State of Origin.

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Jamie Lyons - Manly Sea Eagles

Jamie Lyons - Manly Sea Eagles

3. Bob Fulton 1966-76 (213 games) Left Position: Centre. Fulton won three premierships with the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in the 1970s, the last as captain. He represented for the Australian national side on 47 occasions, 7 times as captain. He had a long coaching career at the first grade level, taking Manly to premiership victory in 1987 & 1996. In 1985 he was selected as one of the initial four post-war "Immortals" of the Australian game.

3. Bob Fulton 1966-76 (213 games) Left Position: Centre. Fulton won three premierships with the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in the 1970s, the last as captain. He represented for the Australian national side on 47 occasions, 7 times as captain. He had a long coaching career at the first grade level, taking Manly to premiership victory in 1987 & 1996. In 1985 he was selected as one of the initial four post-war "Immortals" of the Australian game.

13. Malcolm Reilly 1971-75 (89 games) Lock  Reilly was a Great Britain international representative Loose forward/Lock, Reilly played club football for Castleford Tigers in England and Manly-Warringah in Australia. He helped the Sea Eagles to their first premiership in 1972 and to their second the following year. Post-playing, Reilly coached the Great Britain and also worked in Australia, taking the Newcastle Knights to their first premiership in 1997 (defeating Manly in the last 5 seconds).

13. Malcolm Reilly 1971-75 (89 games) Lock Reilly was a Great Britain international representative Loose forward/Lock, Reilly played club football for Castleford Tigers in England and Manly-Warringah in Australia. He helped the Sea Eagles to their first premiership in 1972 and to their second the following year. Post-playing, Reilly coached the Great Britain and also worked in Australia, taking the Newcastle Knights to their first premiership in 1997 (defeating Manly in the last 5 seconds).

22. Brett Stewart 2003-current (141 games to date) Fullback. Brett is an Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative fullback known for pace and his prolific try-scoring. He has played his entire NRL career for the Sea Eagles, with whom he won the 2008 Premiership and 2011 Premiership. He currently has the best strike rate for tries versus games in the NRL, taking over from Billy Slater in 2011. Currently has 114 tries in 141 gams played.

22. Brett Stewart 2003-current (141 games to date) Fullback. Brett is an Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative fullback known for pace and his prolific try-scoring. He has played his entire NRL career for the Sea Eagles, with whom he won the 2008 Premiership and 2011 Premiership. He currently has the best strike rate for tries versus games in the NRL, taking over from Billy Slater in 2011. Currently has 114 tries in 141 gams played.

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