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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.

Away game vs Sydney Uni, Uni Oval #1, 3pm, Saturday, 19th April

The MMMs will be looking to bring home the Easter chocolate against the current champions Uni. Captain Ed Gower and prop Tim Fairbrother return for one of the big tests of the competition.

"We only play them once," explained MMMs coach Phil Blake about the regular season prior to finals, "and so this round is very important for all our teams in terms of the club championship. All our teams have shown they are competitive and will need to be on their game this weekend. No excuses, this is our biggest test this season so far and we are expecting the teams to perform."

"We've always been an aggressive type of team when I've been here. But it is encouraging that it is more controlled and we are giving away fewer penalties," continued Phil about the 1st grade team. "We put in a pretty good display against Easts and we are getting consistency from a team and individual point of view." Read more...

Magners Shute Shield Media Release

Manly coach Blake backs Treweek to outsmart Students

By Jack McIlroy Reid

Manly coach Phil Blake is championing new signing Shaun Treweek as the man who could make the difference when his side face reigning champions the Students this weekend, live on ABC TV.

So impressed has the coach been with his young fullback, Blake said, "He has a lot of talent. I would not be surprised in the Waratahs come calling in the near future."

In his debut season with the Marlins, the 24-year-old has blossomed on the northern peninsula and Blake couldn't speak more highly of his young fullback.

"We were very excited this summer when we heard he was interested in talking to us," enthused Blake.  "He's gained some weight and with that has come confidence but it is his natural talent that makes him special.

"He can kick and read the game incredibly well and I certainly think he will make the step up very soon."


Colts Lunch, 10th May @ Manly Oval

Manly Colts invite you to Lunch with Bill Calcraft when they play Northern Suburbs at Manly Oval on 10 May 2014. Watch the exciting Colts style of play from the Balcony, the best seats in the house.

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Bill Calcraft played in premiership winning teams with Manly Colts and the Marlins, and went on to play with the Wallabies.


Marlins put sickly Beasts to the sword

By Adam Lucius

The late, great Bernie Bergelin set all sorts of records at Manly but son Harry can now lay claim to a milestone of his own after scoring a hat-trick in the Marlins' comfortable 49-7 win over Eastern Suburbs on Saturday.

He is the first Bergelin to score three tries in the top grade at Manly Oval, taking his tally for the season to an incredible seven in three games.

"It's off the back of other players' work, really. I think I ran three metres for all three of them," a modest Bergelin said after his side's eight tries to one win on a wet old day at the Village Green. Read more...