Manly Sea Eagles survive late Cronulla Sharks comeback as biggest ever NRL comeback falls short

All five of Manly’s first-half tries were scored down that side, albeit a couple off lucky bounces when Lachlan Croker and Haumole Olakau’atu were more desperate than their rivals to get to kicks.


With the benefit of a howling southerly, the Sharks finished the first half with a set of numbers which not only makes it impossible to win, but can leave mental scars destroy a season; just 34 per cent of possession, seven penalties conceded, 22 missed tackles – and one fuming coach. He…

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