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List of Manly Warringah Sea Eagles records

Records for the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles club have been recorded since their first season in the New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership in 1947.

Contents

Premierships and TitlesEdit

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
As of 9 March 2018
Premiership Titles 1972, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1987, 1996, 2008, 2011 (8)
Premiership Runners-Up 1951, 1957, 1959, 1968, 1970, 1982, 1983, 1995, 1997, 2007, 2013 (11)
Minor Premiership Titles 1971, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1983, 1987, 1995, 1996, 1997 (9)
Pre-Season Cup 1980
Sevens Tournaments 1990, 1994, 1995 (3)
NRL Nines Tournaments Nil
Reserve Grade Titles 1954, 1960, 1969, 1973, 1988 (5)
Jersey Flegg Cup Titles 1961, 1974, 1987 (3)
Third Grade Titles 1952 (1)
Presidents Cup 1946, 1970 (2)
National Youth Competition Titles 2017 (1)
KB Cup 1982, 1983 (2)
S.G. Ball Cup Nil
Harold Matthews Cup Nil
Club Championships 1972, 1983, 1987, 1988 (4)
First Grade Wooden Spoons Nil
National Youth Competition Wooden Spoons 2011, 2013, 2016
World Club Challenge 2009

Player RecordsEdit

Players in Bold represent still active (as of 2019)

Most games for clubEdit

Most points for clubEdit

  • 1,917 (71 tries, 847 goals, 3 field goals), Graham Eadie (1971–1983)
  • 1,410 (86 tries, 533 goals), Jamie Lyon (2007–2016)
  • 1,154 (40 tries, 501 goals, 18 field goals), Bob Batty (1959–1971)
  • 1,093 (32 tries, 477 goals, 11 field goals), Matthew Ridge (1990–1996)
  • 958 (20 tries, 447 goals, 2 field goals), Ron Willey (1956–1962)
  • 842 (46 tries, 352 goals), Ron Rowles (1950–1954)
  • 652 (163 tries), Brett Stewart (2003–2016)
  • 602 (151 tries, 1 goal), Steve Menzies (1993–1999, 2003–2008)
  • 578 (54 tries, 181 goals, 2 field goals), Michael O'Connor (1987–1992)
  • 561 (17 tries, 242 goals, 9 field goals), Matt Orford (2006–2009)

Most tries for clubEdit

Most goals for clubEdit

Most field goals for clubEdit

Most points in a seasonEdit

Most tries in a seasonEdit

Most goals in a seasonEdit

Most field goals in a seasonEdit

Most points in a matchEdit

Most tries in a matchEdit

Most goals in a matchEdit

Most Premierships as CaptainEdit

Premiership wins as a playerEdit

* Still playing as of 2019 but no longer with Manly.

Most Grand Finals as a playerEdit

Coaching RecordsEdit

Most Games CoachedEdit

Most Wins as a CoachEdit

Most Losses as a CoachEdit

Most Grand Finals CoachedEdit

Most Premierships as a CoachEdit

Club RecordsEdit

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
Effective 13 July 2019
Biggest Win 70–7 vs. Penrith Panthers (1973) @ Penrith Park
61–0 vs. St. George Dragons (1994) @ Brookvale Oval
Biggest Loss 6–68 vs. Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (2005) @ Toyota Park
12–72 vs. Penrith Panthers (2004) @ Penrith Park
Consecutive Wins 15 – (1995)
12 – (1997)
Consecutive Losses 8 – (1950 / 1998–1999)
Best Winning Percentage (10+ Games) Gold Coast Chargers – Played 17 / Won 14 (82.36%)
New Zealand Warriors – Played 33 / Won 24 (72.73%)
Worst Winning Percentage (10+ Games) St. George Illawarra Dragons - Played 29 / Won 10 (34.49%)
Melbourne Storm – Played 34 / Won 14 (41.18%)
Clubs (Most Wins Against) Sydney Roosters – 84
Parramatta Eels – 83
Clubs (Most Losses To) South Sydney Rabbitohs – 66
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs – 58
Brookvale Oval Record Attendance 27,655 vs. Parramatta Eels (1986)
Record Attendance 104,583 vs. Newcastle Knights (1999) @ Stadium Australia*
Grand Final Record Attendance 81,988 vs. New Zealand Warriors (2011) @ ANZ Stadium
Brookvale Oval Record Played 670 – (W) 460 / (L) 196 / (D) 14
Home Win Rate 68.66%
NSWRL/ARL/NRL Record Played 1,602 – (W) 914 / (L) 652 / (D) 36
NSWRL/ARL/NRL Finals Record Played 94 – (W) 44 / (L) 48 / (D) 2
Overall Win Rate 57.06%

* NRL double-header also featured Parramatta vs. St. George Illawarra

Biggest WinsEdit

Margin Score Opposition Venue Date
63 70–7   Penrith Panthers Penrith Park 29 July 1973
61 61–0   St. George Dragons Brookvale Oval 3 July 1994
58 66–8   Western Suburbs Magpies Brookvale Oval 26 March 1994

Biggest LossesEdit

Margin Score Opposition Venue Date
62 6–68   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Toyota Park 21 August 2005
60 12–72   Penrith Panthers Penrith Stadium 7 August 2004
50 11–61   St. George Dragons Hurstville Oval 3 May 1947

Biggest Wins vs Current NRL ClubsEdit

Margin Score Opposition Venue Date
30 44–14   Brisbane Broncos Central Coast Stadium 1 August 2015
41 61–20   Canberra Raiders Brookvale Oval 11 July 1982
38 45–7   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Brookvale Oval 24 July 1954
36 50–14   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Brookvale Oval 15 April 1984
34 38–4   Gold Coast Titans Brookvale Oval 5 September 2009
40 40–0   Melbourne Storm ANZ Stadium 5 October 2008
38 48–10   Newcastle Knights Brookvale Oval 15 August 2004
46 52–6   New Zealand Warriors Brookvale Oval 31 March 2008
42 46–4   North Queensland Cowboys Brookvale Oval 5 May 1996
54 54–0   Parramatta Eels Lottoland 18 March 2018
63 70–7   Penrith Panthers Penrith Park 29 July 1973
54 54–0   South Sydney Rabbitohs Brookvale Oval 24 August 1975
32 38–6   St George Illawarra Dragons Brookvale Oval 13 September 2008
56 56–0   Sydney Roosters Brookvale Oval 7 July 2007
32 48–16
40–8
  Wests Tigers ANZ Stadium
Brookvale Oval
23 August 2008
11 July 2014

Biggest Losses vs Current NRL ClubsEdit

Margin Score Opposition Venue Date
34 10–44
10–44
  Brisbane Broncos Lang Park
Suncorp Stadium
6 March 1988
5 June 2015
24 6–30   Canberra Raiders Bruce Stadium 24 April 1994
32 24–56   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Brookvale Oval 17 August 2003
62 6–68   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Toyota Park 21 August 2005
20 30–10   Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium 20 June 2016
30 10–40   Melbourne Storm Olympic Park Stadium 6 September 2003
34 16–50   Newcastle Knights Brookvale Oval 10 May 1998
26 10–36   New Zealand Warriors Brookvale Oval 21 March 1999
16 18–34   North Queensland Cowboys Brookvale Oval 30 April 2016
30 12–42   Parramatta Eels Pirtek Stadium 6 March 2015
60 12–72   Penrith Panthers Penrith Stadium 7 August 2004
38 6–44   South Sydney Rabbitohs Aussie Stadium 11 June 2005
30 18–48   St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium 12 July 2009
38 2–40   Sydney Roosters Sydney Sports Ground 21 August 1982
26 12–38   Wests Tigers Brookvale Oval 6 April 2003

Biggest Wins vs Former ClubsEdit

Margin Score Opposition Venue Date
22 32–10   Adelaide Rams Hindmarsh Stadium 7 August 1998
39 42–3   Balmain Tigers Brookvale Oval 19 August 1973
46 46–0   Gold Coast Seagulls Brookvale Oval 15 August 1993
28 34–6   Illawarra Steelers Brookvale Oval 12 June 1983
51 57–6   Newtown Bluebags Henson Park 16 May 1976
52 56–4   North Sydney Bears North Sydney Oval 22 July 1984
38 46–12   South Queensland Crushers Brookvale Oval 6 July 1997
61 61–0   St. George Dragons Brookvale Oval 3 July 1994
20 44–24   Western Reds Brookvale Oval 25 June 1995
58 66–8   Western Suburbs Magpies Brookvale Oval 26 March 1994

Biggest Losses vs Former ClubsEdit

Margin Score Opposition Venue Date
  Adelaide Rams
17 0–17   Balmain Tigers Leichhardt Oval 26 July 1947
23 6–29   Gold Coast Seagulls Seagulls Stadium 2 July 1989
14 14–28   Illawarra Steelers Steelers Stadium 2 June 1991
44 6–50   Newtown Bluebags Sydney Cricket Ground 13 June 1955
33 8–41   North Sydney Bears North Sydney Oval 29 June 1997
  South Queensland Crushers
50 11–61   St. George Dragons Hurstville Oval 3 May 1947
3 8–11   Western Reds WACA Ground 30 June 1996
31 10–41   Western Suburbs Magpies Pratten Park 26 April 1948

Win % vs Current ClubsEdit

Percentage Opposition Games Wins Losses Draws
72.73   New Zealand Warriors 33 24 9 0
71.43   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 91 65 24 2
63.16   Sydney Roosters 133 84 47 2
62.75   Newcastle Knights 51 32 19 0
60.72   Canberra Raiders 56 34 21 1
59.72   Parramatta Eels 139 83 52 4
58.43   Penrith Panthers 89 52 36 1
56.67   North Queensland Cowboys 30 17 13 0
55.00   Gold Coast Titans 20 11 9 0
53.85   South Sydney Rabbitohs 143 77 66 0
53.58   Wests Tigers 28 15 13 0
51.17   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 129 66 58 5
47.83   Brisbane Broncos 46 22 23 1
41.18   Melbourne Storm 34 14 19 1
34.49   St. George Illawarra Dragons 29 10 19 0

Win % vs Former ClubsEdit

Percentage Opposition Games Wins Losses Draws
100.00   South Queensland Crushers 4 4 0 0
100.00   Adelaide Rams 2 2 0 0
82.36   Gold Coast Giants/Seagulls/Chargers 17 14 2 1
70.38   Illawarra Steelers 27 19 6 2
61.04   Newtown Jets 77 47 28 2
60.96   North Sydney Bears 105 64 38 3
58.10   Western Suburbs Magpies 105 61 43 1
50.00   Western Reds 2 1 1 0
49.08   Balmain Tigers 108 53 51 4
41.35   St. George Dragons 104 43 55 6

Most Consecutive WinsEdit

  • 15, 12 March – 9 July 1995

Most Consecutive LossesEdit

  • 8, 6 May – 29 July 1950
  • 8, 28 August 1998 – 18 April 1999

Biggest ComebackEdit

Recovered from a 20-point deficit.

Worst CollapseEdit

Surrendered a 24-point lead.

Highest Attendances vs Current NRL ClubsEdit

Attendance Opposition Venue Date
52,347   Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium 14 May 2016
50,201*   Canberra Raiders Sydney Cricket Ground 27 September 1987
41,127*   Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Sydney Football Stadium 24 September 1995
52,044*   Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Sydney Cricket Ground 15 September 1973
21,374   Gold Coast Titans Skilled Park 4 July 2008
81,392*   Melbourne Storm ANZ Stadium 30 September 2007
104,583   Newcastle Knights Stadium Australia 6 March 1999
81,988*   New Zealand Warriors ANZ Stadium 2 October 2011
32,611   North Queensland Cowboys Sydney Football Stadium 22 September 2007
57,343*   Parramatta Eels Sydney Cricket Ground 18 September 1976
30,609   Penrith Panthers Sydney Sports Ground 23 March 1969
54,255*   South Sydney Rabbitohs Sydney Cricket Ground 21 September 1968
19,227   St George Illawarra Dragons Brookvale Oval 13 September 2008
81,491*   Sydney Roosters ANZ Stadium 6 October 2013
27,564   Wests Tigers ANZ Stadium 23 August 2008

* Grand Final

Highest Attendances vs Former ClubsEdit

Attendance Opposition Venue Date
7,459   Adelaide Rams Hindmarsh Stadium 7 August 1998
41,410   Balmain Tigers Sydney Cricket Ground 13 September 1969
15,872   Gold Coast Seagulls Carrara Oval 23 August 1997
18,294   Illawarra Steelers Brookvale Oval 21 August 1992
26,564   Newtown Bluebags Sydney Cricket Ground 28 April 1956
32,878   North Sydney Bears Sydney Football Stadium 1 September 1991
15,202   South Queensland Crushers Suncorp-Metway Stadium 28 April 1996
54,399*   St. George Dragons Sydney Cricket Ground 21 September 1957
12,655   Western Reds Brookvale Oval 25 June 1995
40,050   Western Suburbs Magpies Sydney Cricket Ground 8 September 1974

* Grand Final

Other AttendancesEdit

Attendance Opposition Venue Date Competition
36,895   Wigan Central Park, Wigan 7 October 1987 1987 World Club Challenge
32,569   Leeds Rhinos Elland Road, Leeds 1 March 2009 2009 World Club Challenge
21,131   Great Britain Brookvale Oval 7 June 1988 1988 Great Britain Lions tour
21,062   Leeds Rhinos Headingley, Leeds 17 February 2012 2012 World Club Challenge

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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