Live coverage: Sea Eagles v Sharks


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Sea Eagles v Sharks KICKOFF
Nanjing Night Net

Full, live commentary as the Sea Eagles take on the Sharks in the NRL finals series.

Hello world, welcome to tonight’s elimination final between the Sea Eagles and Sharks. The Sharks are facing their second win-or-go-home match in as many weeks, while Manly have been thrust into this position after losing to the Roosters last weekend. What do we have in store tonight? Another seventh-tackle try? Another 4-0 scoreline? Who knows. One thing I can guarantee is action. And plenty of it.

In team news, both sides will be without key attacking players. Brett Stewart has failed to beat the leg injury that kept him out of the Roosters match, while Todd Carney’s hamstring hasn’t healed. Both players will be missed, but you can’t help but think Cronulla will miss Carney more. He is their main man in attack, providing a point of difference in an otherwise workman like side. Chad Townsend – Carney’s replacement – looks to have a bright future, but he is no Todd Carney at this point in time.

Former Panthers great Mark Geyer seems to have done things the right way.

Pizza, cold beer in the fridge, and a house full of footy fans ready for the battle of the beaches. Bring it on #nrlmancro— Mark Geyer (@markMGgeyer) September 20, 2013

Here they come. The Sharks are coming out first, with their fans in good voice. After Manly took the chance to complain about not be able to play the match at Brookvale, the Sharks seem keen on making tonight seem like their home game. Manly are now coming onto the field.

3rd minute: A good opening set from Cronulla. The opening minutes will set the tone. Both sides are likely to adopt a power game, with the battle in the middle of the field crucial. A Ben Pomeroy fumble have given Manly the first attacking chance.

Manly have kicked off. Cronulla have the ball.

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Sea Eagles v Sharks KICKOFF
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Full, live commentary as the Sea Eagles take on the Sharks in the NRL finals series.

Hello world, welcome to tonight’s elimination final between the Sea Eagles and Sharks. The Sharks are facing their second win-or-go-home match in as many weeks, while Manly have been thrust into this position after losing to the Roosters last weekend. What do we have in store tonight? Another seventh-tackle try? Another 4-0 scoreline? Who knows. One thing I can guarantee is action. And plenty of it.

In team news, both sides will be without key attacking players. Brett Stewart has failed to beat the leg injury that kept him out of the Roosters match, while Todd Carney’s hamstring hasn’t healed. Both players will be missed, but you can’t help but think Cronulla will miss Carney more. He is their main man in attack, providing a point of difference in an otherwise workman like side. Chad Townsend – Carney’s replacement – looks to have a bright future, but he is no Todd Carney at this point in time.

Former Panthers great Mark Geyer seems to have done things the right way.

Pizza, cold beer in the fridge, and a house full of footy fans ready for the battle of the beaches. Bring it on #nrlmancro— Mark Geyer (@markMGgeyer) September 20, 2013

Here they come. The Sharks are coming out first, with their fans in good voice. After Manly took the chance to complain about not be able to play the match at Brookvale, the Sharks seem keen on making tonight seem like their home game. Manly are now coming onto the field.

3rd minute: A good opening set from Cronulla. The opening minutes will set the tone. Both sides are likely to adopt a power game, with the battle in the middle of the field crucial. A Ben Pomeroy fumble have given Manly the first attacking chance.

Manly have kicked off. Cronulla have the ball.

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