Monday, October 3, 2011

A humbling loss.

Third in five years. This is the stat of the Manly Sea-Eagles Grand final record in the past decade. Tears for the Vodafone Warriors and Celebrations for the Manly Sea-Eagles, Defeating the vodafone warriors 24-10 in the Nrl grand final in front of 81,988 people.

Scoreless or twenty minutes, the NRL's biggest stage. The Warriors were first to score after a penalty kick from Fly half James Maloney. 2-0 to the visitors. But a hit back from the favourites, an inside ball to Stewart and Brett Stewart scores, And the try is converted. 6-2 to Manly. "Oh and a kick ahead by Bretts brother Glen, Robertson gets the ball, runs up the field about 50 metres, offloads to Ballin and Ballin is tackled by Sam Rapira. But a quick play and Dlay Cherry-Evans is in to score for Manly, and is converted." 12-2 to Manly in the Shadows of Half time. Final Score 24-10 to Manly.

1 comment:

  1. A sad day for our Warriors indeed! Here's hoping the All Blacks can win the Cup!


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