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Manly Sea Eagles NRL player Keith Titmuss dies after training

Titmuss, 20, became ill after training on MondayDes Hasler says club ‘devastated’ by his deathThe NRL world is in mourning after young Manly player Keith Titmuss died suddenly on Monday.Titmuss, 20, passed away at Royal North Shore hospital after becom…

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Manly Sea Eagles NRL player Keith Titmuss dies after training

Titmuss, 20, became ill after training on MondayDes Hasler says club ‘devastated’ by his deathThe NRL world is in mourning after young Manly player Keith Titmuss died suddenly on Monday.Titmuss, 20, passed away at Royal North Shore hospital after becom…

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NRL roundup: forward pass denies Manly final-minute win over Parramatta

Parramatta Eels 19-16 Manly Sea EaglesNorth Queensland Cowboys v Cronulla Sharks to comeManly have been denied a thrilling final-minute win over Parramatta after controversially being pulled up for a forward pass late in their 19-16 loss at Bankwest St…

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NRL player Manase Fainu charged over alleged stabbing at church dance

Manly hooker charged with intent to cause GBHPolice to allege he produced knife and stabbed manManly hooker Manase Fainu’s NRL future is in doubt after he was charged over a stabbing. Fainu will front court on Tuesday afternoon, where police will alleg…

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NRL star Dylan Walker found not guilty of assaulting his partner

Manly centre set to return for Sea Eagles next week‘I touched her shoulder, she fell to the ground’The NRL star Dylan Walker has been found not guilty of domestic violence charges after the magistrate presiding over the case said she was not satisfied …

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NRL star Dylan Walker allegedly ‘yanked’ fiancee’s pontytail in row over PlayStation

Court hears Manly player was ‘really pissed off’ when Alexandra Ivkovic interrupted his gameNRL star Dylan Walker had a fight with his fiancee about a PlayStation before yanking her ponytail, causing her to fall onto a concrete driveway while holding a…

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NRL star Dylan Walker allegedly ‘yanked’ fiancee’s pontytail in row over PlayStation

Court hears Manly player was ‘really pissed off’ when Alexandra Ivkovic interrupted his gameNRL star Dylan Walker had a fight with his fiancee about a PlayStation before yanking her ponytail, causing her to fall onto a concrete driveway while holding a…

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Dylan Walker stood down by Manly following arrest for assault charges

24-year-old NRL star involved in alleged domestic violence incidentManly NRL star Dylan Walker has been stood down from training after being charged with assault following an alleged domestic violence incident involving his partner on Sydney’s Northern…

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Manly Sea Eagles fined by NRL for salary cap breaches

$330,000 to be taken from salary cap this year and nextClub will not lose competition pointsManly will play with a reduced salary cap for the remainder of 2018 and the 2019 season, while club legend Bob Fulton’s future in the game is also clouded after…

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NRL club Manly face hefty penalties for alleged salary cap breaches

NRL handed Sea Eagles breach notice for alleged breaches spanning five yearsTwo officials accused of orchestrating scheme given show-cause noticesManly could be facing a hefty fine and two officials could be deregistered after the NRL accused the club …

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Melbourne outlast fast-finishing Manly in try-fest

Melbourne Storm beats Manly Sea Eagles 30-26 at LottolandA try was scored at an average of one every seven minutesMelbourne survived a late Manly comeback in a 30-26 try-fest in their NRL clash at Lottoland. Defence went out the window on Saturday afte…

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Dragons sit atop NRL ladder after fourth-straight victory

  • Josh McCrone and Gareth Widdop lead the way for St George Illawarra
  • Controversial try scored in the third minute

Josh McCrone set up four tries and Gareth Widdop scored 19 points as St George Illawarra flogged Manly 35-10 on Saturday. Tipped to finish near the bottom of the ladder at the start of the season, the Dragons now sit atop the table before undefeated Melbourne’s grand final rematch with Cronulla on Sunday.

However the victory may have come at a cost, with NSW State of Origin star Tyson Frizell taken from the field with a rib injury.

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Dragons sit atop NRL ladder after fourth-straight victory

  • Josh McCrone and Gareth Widdop lead the way for St George Illawarra
  • Controversial try scored in the third minute

Josh McCrone set up four tries and Gareth Widdop scored 19 points as St George Illawarra flogged Manly 35-10 on Saturday. Tipped to finish near the bottom of the ladder at the start of the season, the Dragons now sit atop the table before undefeated Melbourne’s grand final rematch with Cronulla on Sunday.

However the victory may have come at a cost, with NSW State of Origin star Tyson Frizell taken from the field with a rib injury.

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Warriors inflict 19th straight NRL defeat on sorry Newcastle Knights

  • Parramatta Eels beat Manly Sea Eagles 20-12 at Lottoland
  • Warriors beat Newcastle Knights 26-22 at Mount Smart Stadium

Corey Norman led a change of NRL fortunes for Parramatta, starring in an 20-12 win over Manly to open their season on Sunday. Norman’s off-field woes symbolised the Eels’ tumultuous and salary-cap scandal ravaged 2016 season, suspended by the NRL for the last eight games of the year for off-field indiscretions.

Related: Roosters beat Titans, Dragons smash Panthers, bizarre try seals Cowboys win

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Geoff Toovey: ‘It’s very easy to pull club culture apart’

The former Manly coach has put his painful NRL departure behind him and is attempting to rebuild his reputation at grand old English club, Bradford

Mention Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and several names spring to mind – Ken Arthurson, Bob Fulton, Rex Mossop, Steve Menzies, Des Hasler and one Geoffrey Toovey. Perhaps more than the rest Toovey embodies the essence of the Manly club. Born and raised on Sydney’s northern beaches, he starred as player, captain, assistant coach and then head coach for the Sea Eagles for nearly 30 years. But that association ended abruptly at the end of the 2015 NRL season when he was brutally cast aside as coach, a victim of inner club politics more than his team’s failure to make the finals that year.

Related: Keegan Hirst: ‘I envied the lads brave enough to come out at school’

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Sharks notch resounding win, late Panthers field goal shatters Titans

Cronulla 37-12 Sydney RoostersPenrith 15-14 Gold CoastCanberra 44-30 ManlyCronulla have re-ignited hopes of a maiden premiership with a resounding 37-12 home win over the Sydney Roosters.Down 12-0 after just 20 minutes, the Sharks scored 37 unanswered …

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Jamie Lyons and Benji Marshall feared to have played their last NRL games

  • Injury prevents Manly captain Jamie Lyon one last Brookvale farewell
  • NZ star Benji Marshall appears set to have played his last NRL game

Jamie Lyon will not only be remembered as one of the best to pull on a Manly jumper, but one of the game’s greatest ever centres, according to coach Trent Barrett.

Lyon’s NRL career is all but over after the Sea Eagles captain confirmed his troublesome hamstring injury has denied him a Brookvale Oval farewell, and he is a long-shot for round 26.

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NRL caught off-guard over match-fixing, says Todd Greenberg

NSW police investigating a third Manly Sea Eagles matchNRL chief executive says there is much to learn about the issueNRL boss Todd Greenberg has conceded the game is still playing catch-up on the threat posed by match-fixing and should have done more …

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NRL investigating Manly’s round seven loss to Parramatta for match fixing

  • NRL reportedly investigating a third game for match fixing
  • Probe comes after one gambler placed an $18,000 bet on the game

NSW Police are investigating claims of match fixing in a third NRL game. Officers from the state’s Organised Crime Squad are making inquiries after the Seven Network reported an $18,000 bet was placed on Manly’s round seven loss to Parramatta earlier this season.

“The Organised Crime Squad is in the early stages of examining information relating to allegations of match fixing in the NRL,” a NSW Police spokeswoman told AAP.

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Canberra Raiders move third on NRL ladder after destruction of Rabbitohs

  • South Sydney Rabbitohs 4-54 Canberra Raiders
  • Manly Sea Eagles 36-16 Newcastle Knights

Canberra flexed their premiership muscle and jumped to third place on the NRL ladder with a 54-4 flogging of South Sydney at ANZ Stadium. The Raiders ran in 10 tries to one on Sunday afternoon to notch their fifth straight win, leaping over North Queensland and cementing their reputation as title contenders.

The game was pretty much over by half-time after Jordan Rapana and Joey Leilua went on a rampage down the right side to make it 26-0. Rapana had a hand in four of the Raiders’ five first-half tries, offloading for Elliott Whitehead’s opener, scooting out of dummy-half for the next and diving on a Leilua grubber on the stroke of halftime for his second.

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