Jamie Lyon of the Eagles gives the thumbs up to the crowd after the NRL Semi Final match between the Manly Sea Eagles and the North Queensland Cowboys at Allianz Stadium on September 14, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. #NRL #Rugby #Sports

Jamie Lyon of the Eagles gives the thumbs up to the crowd after the NRL Semi Final match between the Manly Sea Eagles and the North Queensland Cowboys at Allianz Stadium on September 14, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. #NRL #Rugby #Sports

Corey Parker of the Brisbane Broncos

Corey Parker of the Brisbane Broncos

2010 NRL Grand Final, St George Illawarra Dragons v Sydney Roosters at ANZ Stadium. Dragons players celebrate with the premiership trophy. Picture: Phil Hillyard.

2010 NRL Grand Final, St George Illawarra Dragons v Sydney Roosters at ANZ Stadium. Dragons players celebrate with the premiership trophy. Picture: Phil Hillyard.

Brett & Josh Morris

Brett & Josh Morris

3. Greg Inglis- The squad of 18 to face New Zealand in the Anzac Test #NRL

3. Greg Inglis- The squad of 18 to face New Zealand in the Anzac Test #NRL

12. Sam Thaiday- The squad of 18 to face New Zealand in the Anzac Test #NRL

12. Sam Thaiday- The squad of 18 to face New Zealand in the Anzac Test #NRL

9. Cameron Smith- The squad of 18 to face New Zealand in the Anzac Test #NRL

9. Cameron Smith- The squad of 18 to face New Zealand in the Anzac Test #NRL

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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