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The Rock-itt : September 2009
But if we are going to do it all over again it is time to batten the hatches, forget last year's events, put the laurels in the trophy cabinet and knuckle down to the task at hand. There are some great teams in this year's NRL competition that have been knocking on the door for the last few seasons and I can assure you that from here on in there are no easy-beats in this last stage of the game. We had a tough one against the Storm at the "grave yard," down at Melbourne, which we won and then we grabbed a narrow win over the Sharks last round, who were playing their hearts out to save a bit of face and almost rolled us. I would have preferred to have played any team in the competition than the Sharks. They were underdogs, and then they lost a man, being sent off after a sickening head high tackle on one of our boys. These factors made the Sharks lift their game and were soon in a perfect position to win. But our Mighty Sea Eagles dug deep as a champion side would and wrested the 2 competition points away from the Sharks. The Sharks were so geed up, that they belted the daylights out of us. If anyone doesn't think that this was a great win for the Sea Eagles, then you know nothing about the game.