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Sea Eagles -
Grand Final Premiership Winning Sides

1972, September 16. [ARTICLE]

Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground.
Crowd: 54,357.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles:
Graham Eadie, Ken Irvine, Ray Branighan, Bob Fulton, Max Brown, Ian Martin, Dennis Ward, Malcolm Reilly, Terry Randall, Allan Thomson, John O'Neill, Freddie Jones (c), Bill Hamilton.
Coach: Ron Willey.

Result:
Manly Sea Eagles - 19 (Jones, Branighan tries; Branighan 6 goals; Fulton field goal) defeated  
Eastern Suburbs Roosters - 14 (Ballesty, Mullins tries; McKean 4 goals). Referee: Keith Page.

1973, September 15.

Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground.
Crowd: 52,044.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles:
Graham Eadie, Ken Irvine, Ray Branighan, Bob Fulton, Max Brown, Ian Martin, Johnny Mayes, Malcolm Reilly, Terry Randall, Peter Peters, John O'Neill, Freddie Jones (c), Bill Hamilton.
Replacement: John Bucknall for Malcolm Reilly, injured.
Coach: Ron Willey.

Result:
Manly Sea Eagles - 10 (Fulton 2 tries; Eadie 2 goals; Fulton field goal) defeated  
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks - 7 (Bourke try; Rogers 2 goals).
Referee: Keith Page.

1976, September 20. [ARTICLE]

Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground.
Crowd: 57,343.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles:
Graham Eadie, Tom Mooney, Russel Gartner, Bob Fulton (c), Rod Jackson, Alan Thompson, Gary Stephens, Ian Martin, Phil Lowe, Steve Norton, Terry Randall, Max Krilich, John Harvey.
Replacements: Gary Thoroughgood for Ian Martin; Mark Willoughby for Phil Lowe.
Coach: Frank Stanton.

Result:
Manly Sea Eagles - 13 (Lowe try; Eadie 5 goals) defeated  
Parramatta Eels - 10 (Porter, Gerard tries; Peard 2 goals).
Referee: Gary Cook.

1978, September 19 (Grand Final Replay). [ARTICLE]

Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground.
Crowd: 33,552.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles:
Graham Eadie, Tom Mooney, Stephen Knight, Russel Gartner, Simon Booth, Alan Thompson, Steve Martin, Ian Martin, Terry Randall, Bruce Walker, John Harvey, Max Krilich (c), Ian Thomson.
Replacements: Ray Branighan for Simon Booth; Wayne Springall for Ian Martin.
Coach: Frank Stanton.

Result:
Manly Sea Eagles - 16 (Gartner 2, Eadie tries; Eadie 3 goals; field goal) defeated  
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks - 0.  
Referee: Greg Hartley.

1987, September 27. [ARTICLE]

Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground.
Crowd: 50,201.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles:
Dale Shearer, David Ronson, Darrell Williams, Michael O'Connor, Stuart Davis, Cliff Lyons, Des Hasler, Paul Vautin (c), Noel Cleal, Ron Gibbs, Kevin Ward, Mal Cochrane, Phil Daley.
Replacements: Mark Pocock for Noel Cleal; Paul Shaw for head bin (twice for Ron Gibbs).
Coach: Bob Fulton.

Result:
Manly Sea Eagles - 18 (O'Connor, Lyons tries; O'Connor 5 goals) defeated
Canberra Raiders - 8 (O'Sullivan try; Meninga, Belcher goals).  
Referee: Mick Stone.
Clive Churchill Medal Winner: Cliff Lyons.

1996, September 29.

Venue: Sydney Football Stadium.
Crowd: 40,985.

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles:
Matthew Ridge, Danny Moore, Craig Innes, Terry Hill, John Hopoate, Nik Kosef, Geoff Toovey (c), David Gillespie, Jim Serdaris, Mark Carroll, Steve Menzies, Daniel Gartner, Owen Cunningham.
Interchange: Cliff Lyons, Neil Tierney, Craig Hancock, Des Hasler.
Coach: Bob Fulton.

Result:
Manly Sea Eagles - 20 (Innes, Menzies, Moore tries; Ridge 3, Innes goals) defeated  
St George Dragons - 8 (Zisti try; Bartrim 2 goals).  Referee: David Manson.
Clive Churchill Medal Winner: Geoff Toovey.

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