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Away game vs Wests, 3pm Sat 26th April, Concord Oval

After a bruising, epic encounter against Uni the MMMs now have to back up the performance against the attacking and power play of the Pirates.

"The team has matured a lot this year," said MMMs coach Phil Blake. "Good teams need to back up week after week. It is tough. We don't have the luxury of rotating players like say a Premiership football team. It would impact the other grades too much. Somehow we have to find ways to beat teams every week."

No messing from Phil. It is a psychological barrier that needs to be pushed through. To be a top team and deliver consistently, players have to get through the battering last week and raise the adrenaline and tempo again.

"Good sides find a way of getting the job done," continued Phil. "Players are sore and tired after such a huge game. But we need to get over this. It is an emotional effort and a significant test at this stage of the season." Read more...

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Marlins pass Students' character test

By Adam Lucius

Manly received the challenge they wanted and proved to themselves they can match the Shute Shield's best in disposing of Sydney University 14-10 on Saturday.

In a match lacking flash but containing plenty of old-fashioned sweat and grunt, the Marlins came from behind at half-time to score the only points of the second half to record an important win a Uni Oval.

Important because it made a statement against the Shute Shield's benchmark team, albeit it a younger and less experienced version of its predecessors.

"It was everything we thought it would be. Uni played with a lot of passion and really stuck it to us," Manly coach Phil Blake said. Read more...

Grade game reviews

Second Grade looking the business

Second Grade finished the day with a strong win in a sometimes feisty encounter against the Sydney University reserve grade side.

Opening the scoring early with probing attacks from Hartmann and the wing three-quarters, Uni's initial stiff resistance was worn down by some tremendous defence from Manly forwards, with Melrose and Alley to the fore and returning halfback Mark Swanepoel adding starch to fringe defences.

On a number of occasions a wily Greer plucked a Sydney Uni pass from the air and made serious ground after the interception - two such incidents leading to tries. Manly finished ahead 45 - 20 and now sit one point behind Eastwood on the Colin Caird Shield Ladder. Read more...

Saturday Summary

Manly maintained their unbeaten record in the Shute Shield this weekend, with a gripping 14-10 victory over Sydney University. In a hard fought game, following a first half Matt Lucas try, Manly overcame a 10-7 deficit at half time, holding the students scoreless in the second half, prevailing through a converted Marshall Milroy try.

Replicating the first grade, second grade also remain unbeaten after four games, romping to a bonus point 45-20 victory.

Third and fourth grade didn't fare as well, loosing 34-30 and 19-7 resepctively.

The Colts endured a tough afternoon at Manly Oval, with all three sides going down to their uni counterparts.

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