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Magnificant Marlins Blow Hole in Rat's Plan to Win Kiama Sevens

Last Saturday saw two Marlins teams compete in the 2015 edition of the Kiama Sevens Tournament which has been running for over 40 years. There were 4 Pools of 4 teams with the pool winners going straight to the Semi Finals.

Manly A kicked off its first Pool 3 game against Southern Districts B at 10am and ran out comfortable 33-0 winners, with Josh Carolan bagging a brace. Meanwhile Manly B was scheduled to play Hornsby in its first Pool 1 game at 10:15am. However, Hornsby failed to show so we were awarded a 35-0 win on forfeit.

Both teams were then preparing for their second pool games at 12:30, Manly A to take on Wests ACT on the Showground Oval whilst Manly B were to play the tough Penrith outfit on Chittick Oval. So, to the Wests game. Mitch Daniel and Dennis Pili Gaitau scored early tries with one being converted. After conceding a soft try the game was tight early with Manly A only holding a narrow 12-7 lead. The Marlins then put the foot down scoring converted tries by Kotoni Ale and Richard Hooper to take the score out to 26-7! The two sides then traded tries near the close of the game which produced a final score line of 31-12. This put the Manly A team in a good position in the pool before the last pool game against Sydney Uni at 3pm. Read more...

Squads Announced for Kiama 7s

This Saturday sees the last of our four February Sevens tournaments with the annual pilgrimage down to Kiama to what promises to be, as usual, a fantastic weekend of Sevens Rugby. Having won one tournament so far this year, and got to the finals and quarter finals in the other two, we have everything to play for and our expectations are high. This Tournament is the last on the Sevens Calendar but one which the Marlins have attended, supported and won over a number of years.

The squad selections haven't been without challenges given that Alex Northam, BJ Hartmann, Sam Lane and Daniel Alley all out injured, however given the number of players that have been consistently training over the last few weeks, Player Coach Marshall Milroy has been able to select two very strong teams to make the trip down South. Read more...

Sun, Surf & Scrums - The Story of Manly Rugby

Next Sunday, March 8th sees a very special day for Manly Rugby, as our much anticipated book that chronicles the story of Manly Rugby is launched, and available for sale.

In celebration of this, we will be holding a special reception at Harbord Diggers, attended by a number of sepcial guests including The Hon Tony Abbott MP, Prime Minister of Australia.

We will be looking forward to taking the opportunity that the book provides us with to reminisce about the Club's rich and illustrious history, and take some special trips down Memory Lane.

Please note that places at this reception will be strictly limited, so please do book your places early!

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Likely Lads Learn Lots of Lessons from Lake Macquarie 7s

We ventured to Lake Macquarie early on Saturday morning determined to defend our title. Whilst we were missing some key players due to injury and other commitments we had still assembled a strong squad capable of achieving this goal. Importantly, all these players were familiar with our patterns and structures.

Having learned from last week, we arrived just after 8am in order to enjoy a good preparation for our first Pool Game at 9:50am. On top of that we were handed a dream start. The Officials told us that we would derive the benefit of a forfeit and then, just before kick-off, we were informed that our opponents, Toa-ko Ma'afu Saracens, would be playing after all. We therefore took the field ready to do battle. The hooter went but there was no opposition! Read more...

Squad Announced for Lake Macquarie 7s

This weekend the players head north again, this time to Walter Park, Speers Point. With the withdrawal of 2 teams we have been placed in a Pool of 4, with 6 games and not 7, with our first game at 9:50am. So, chauffeured by S&C Coach, the great J-Train, we will head off at 6am to embark on another journey.

This week we will be involved in a Tournament where Shute Shield Clubs, Easts, West Harbour (x2) and Warringah are represented. Read more...

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