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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Defy Odds to Secure Victory Over St George-Illawarra Dragons

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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles emerged triumphant in a thrilling match against the St George-Illawarra Dragons, defying significant injury setbacks to clinch a hard-fought 30-14 victory.

Head Coach Anthony Seibold‘s side displayed exceptional resilience despite losing key players including Reuben Garrick, Taniela Paseka, and more to injuries early in the game at Brookvale Oval.

The Sea Eagles set the tone early with Lehi Hopoate crossing for the first try within four minutes of kick-off, setting the stage for a gritty performance.

Despite facing adversity, the Sea Eagles maintained their composure, with stand-out performances from Haumole Olakau'atu, Ben Trbojevic, and captain Daly Cherry-Evans who steered the team to victory.

In a match that saw momentum swinging both ways, Luke Brooks and Karl Lawton‘s dynamic playmaking abilities were instrumental in boosting the Sea Eagles’ attacking prowess.

As the game progressed, young talents like Aaron Schoupp and Jason Saab showcased their potential, cementing the Sea Eagles’ position as a formidable force in the NRL.

The Dragons fought valiantly, with notable contributions from Jacob Liddle, Kyle Flanagan, and Zac Lomax, but ultimately fell short against a resolute Sea Eagles outfit.

Analysts and commentators praised Manly’s exceptional display, hailing the victory as one of the club’s finest achievements under Seibold’s leadership.

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