Manly Side

Tigers vs Sea Eagles - Team Line-ups
Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Sea Eagles Coach Des Hasler has named a very strong line-up for the clash against the Wests Tigers at the Sydney Football Stadium on Monday night. Back into the 18 man squad is Steve Matai and Heath L’Estrange who return from suspension.

SEA EAGLES NRL TEAM

1 Michael Robertson
2 Tony Williams
3 Ben Farrar
4 Steve Matai
5 David Williams

6 Jamie Lyon
7 Matt Orford ©

8 Jason King
9 Matt Ballin
10 Josh Perry
11 Anthony Watmough
12 Glenn Hall
13 Glenn Stewart

14 Chris Bailey
15 Brent Kite
16 George Rose
18 Shane Rodney
19 Heath L’Estrange

Coach Des Hasler

Strong side. Tough forward pack to knock over and the Tigers are going to have to win the possession stakes if they are to beat this team IMO. Whatmough and Stewart are the dangers in the forward pack. The backline doesn’t worry me as much.

That NRL squad is very Strong

The weakness is their 1-5, strong forward pack and an even stronger bench, we need KG and heigno back for this game if we are a chance

Target the overrated Tony Williams and we should have some success.

why is our team always so late in being named/posted on the official site?

Strong forward pack… I hope we pick Laurie for this game… We’ll beat em!

What is it with Manly players returning from suspension to face us?

the only way to beat them will be to score lots of posts early and get them demoralised!

@Kaiser:

Strong forward pack… I hope we pick Laurie for this game… We’ll beat em!

Manly pack is real strong and thats why Sheens wont pick Laurie

@supercoach:

@Kaiser:

Strong forward pack… I hope we pick Laurie for this game… We’ll beat em!

Manly pack is real strong and thats why Sheens wont pick Laurie

Meh… my opinion is obviously vastly different from yours mate

We will struggle without Galloway and Laurie for go-forward.

Kieran Foran dropped? He’s been playing well.

Their forward pack is a worry, although their back 3 could be exploited with a smart kicking game.

The Silvertails are always a stronger side with Matai. Limit their go forward and consistent line speed from Wests can assist in the Tigers chances for a very much needed victory.

When Mattai is tackling low put your hip bone into his bung shoulder :slight_smile:

I am glad Foran has been dropped and Lyon is still playing pivot. He is a far more dangerous proposition in the centres

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