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Qualifying finals at Manly Oval, Sat, 2nd August

A massive day is scheduled at the Village Green as we enter the 2014 final series. All Manly 4 grades and 3 colts teams have made the finals, a massive effort but now let's get focused on the silverware.

Please note that the gate entry is collected by Sydney Rugby Union and all proceeds go to supporting our club competition.

Village Green games on Saturday

3:00pm 1st Manly v Randwick on ABC TV

1:15pm 2nd Eastwood v Wests

11:40am 3rd Manly v Eastwood

10:15am 4th Manly v Warringah

Check out your free finals fridge charts here. These will be updated weekly. Read more...

Final Series Charts

Free fridge charts! Click on grade to view and print. These will be updated weekly.

First Grade  Second Grade  Third Grade  Fourth Grade

First Grade Colts Second Grade Colts Third Grade Colts

Game highlights vs Wests

Check out game highlights click here

As a preview to the Super 15 final check out Nemani Nadalo playing for the Marlins in 2010 click here. He was clossal in grade rugby and definitely one that got away. He played about half a season for the Marlins before he went onto France and Japan and then turned up at the Crusaders. You will also see Radike Samo playing for Souths in the clip! Nemani will face the Marlins own Cliffy Palu and Michael Hooper in the light blue.

Bring on the finals

By Adam Lucius

The dress rehearsal is over and it's now show time for the Manly Marlins after they set-up a semi-final meeting with Randwick following a comfortable 79-15 victory over West Harbour on Saturday.

With the minor premiership already in the bag, the boys in blue used the last round match to fine-tune for their fourth successive finals campaign and the 10th since 2003 (a nod to Bruce Stevenson for the stats!).

Manly finished 12 tries to two victors over a dispirited Wests and have now scored an astonishing 145 points in their last two games.

The only disappointing note was Manly's club championship bid just failing at the final hurdle, with Sydney Uni hanging on to secure the title by a mere 33 points. Read more...

Grade reports vs Wests

Second Grade win and finish 2nd on the table

Second Grade found the going a little tough against a Wests side who were no doubt intent on avenging a heavy defeat at the hands of the Marlins reserve grade squad earlier in the season.

While the Marlins took an early lead with a a try to Shaun Treweek which went unconverted, Wests responded with a converted try themselves and it appeared we had a contest on our hands.

Manly responded well, with two individual tries to Jack "the Wombat" Eades and Jacob Woodhouse, but couldn't convert, so the halftime score remained 15-7 in Manly's favour.

West Harbour came out after oranges the stronger, with two excellent team tries to bring the score to 15-14 and then 15-21 in Wests favour. However Manly's superior fitness paid off, with tries from Rhys Dombkins and the Wombat both converted by Marshall Milroy bringing Manly to 29-21. Read more...

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