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The Rock-itt : April 2012
The Mighty Manly Sea Eagles NRL Premiership Campaign 2012 The opening rounds of the 2012 season for our Sea Eagles has been a bit of a mixed bag with two wins on the trot against the W arriors and West Tigers then back to back losses against Cronulla and the Dragons, then going down again to a rejuvenated Eels outfit last Saturday night. Unfortunately, it was at this particular moment of the season that the Eels decided to get themselves back on track after a horror start to their NRL campaign. Eels played some champagne football, boosted by the inclusion of Jarrod Haynes who has been missing for the early rounds, but Manly were by no means disgraced, showing some nice passages of play throughout the game. It was lady luck who was in the Eels corner as our Sea Eagles did everything to close the deficit but time was against us and the end result, Eels 29 defeated Sea Eagles 20. Our new coach Geoff Toovey seem s to have slotted in nicely and the team are showing confidence in his style of coaching. Performing well under his guidance, it will only be a matter of time for our premiers to click, but this is norm al after such a big change in the coaching staff. We have been playing without the brilliance of Glenn Stewart on the field which is a dramatic loss, as Stewart’s input has been massive and with T-Rex in the corner on the naughty chair, his presence is also going to be sorely missed over the next six weeks. But I see the first six rounds of the competition as a sorting out period and if we can stay in the middle of the pack I know we have what it takes to go all the way to October, so winning