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Home game vs West Harbour, 3pm Sat 26th July, Manly Oval

The final game in the regular season is this weekend. With the minor premiership wrapped up for the first time since 1997, it is cruise control time, right?

Wrong! On two counts:

Firstly, the MMMs lie second in the Club Championship, 13 points adrift from Sydney Uni – check the table click here

This prestigious award has not been back in Manly since 1977! Points are awarded across all grades and colts.

With Uni playing Easts, nothing short of seven wins across grade and colts, plus a dropped game or two by Uni will bring the silverware home. Remember Easts beat the MMMs in 1st grade three weeks ago and so can surprise!

"We had a big club meeting before training on Tuesday," said MMMs fullback, BJ Hartmann. "Everyone is fired up for the games the weekend." Read more...

First Grade - 2014 Minor Premiers!

With a massive for/ against points difference of 405, the Marlins scoring ability and defensive record has dwarfed the more fancied clubs this season. The forwards have been exceptionally strong at set peice, breakdown and open play. This has served as the platform to unleash the line breaking and fast backs. The depth has also been demonstrated by all players running out in first grade delivering.

A great team and squad effort!

Norths game highlights - Marlins TV

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Marlins top ladder for first time since '97

By Adam Lucius

Asked to rate where Manly's first minor premiership in 17 years ranks, coach Phil Blake grinned and declared: "It's great but it's not the big one."

Yes, the Marlins are the Sydney club rugby minor premiers for the first time since 1997 after thrashing Northern Suburbs 66-19 at Manly Oval on Saturday.

No, they are not satisfied at stopping there.

On a day where the top six was all but settled – Randwick and Wests are still fighting over the last spot with a round to play – Manly ran in 10 tries to erase the memory of the previous week's loss to Warringah.

Interestingly, the Rats appeared to still be celebrating that one-off success as they crashed to a surprise defeat at Coogee.

"It's great for the overall success of the club. It's the first time for a long time that we've won one and it shows we've been the most consistent side all season," Blake said of securing the minor premiership a week before the regular season ends. Read more...

Convincing win in all grades

Big win for 2nd Grade

Manly reserve grade were too strong for Norths from the start, with Norths unable to handle the set piece strength of the Marlins, which was only a platform for a rampaging back three of Daniel, Manu and Dombkins.

BJ Hartmann continued his incredible form this year with some sensational support lines and Shaun Treweek in the centres posed real problems for a Norths defence that had too much on its hands.

Manly ran out 78-17 victors and stay and second place in the Colin Caird Shield ladder with just a single loss this year.

3rd Grade win but let in a try

Manly 3s have become known for their stingy defence this year, leading the Henderson Shield in the points conceded column, but will not have been happy with Norths' try midway through the first half, which was a simple pick and drive effort from the Norths pack. Having said that, Manly had already crossed the line a couple of times. Read more...