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Eadie, Graham

237

71

847

3

1917

12

12

1971-1983. Fullback.
Graham "Wombat" Eadie came to Manly from Woy Woy aged 17 in 1971. Eadie played four first grade games in 1971, but early in 1972 the incumbent fullback
Bob Batty stepped aside into retirement to enable Eadie to take over as first grade fullback. A brilliant attacking fullback, Wombat became a Sea Eagle legend and was heavily involved in Manly's first four premierships in the 1970s. He holds the record as Manly's top point scorer with 1917 points.
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Ebb, Ray

2

1

5

0

13

0

0

1953-954
Ebril, Steve

39

1

0

0

4

0

0

1999-2001 Played for the Super League team Hunter Mariners before joining Manly in 1999.
Eden, Michael

18

2

78

0

162

0

0

1981-1982 Manly junior was known for his deadly accurate goal-kicking style with the uncanny ability to kick with either foot. Eden switched to Easts in 1983 where he felt he had a better chance of establishing a first grade spot at the scrumbase and after finishing the season's leading point-scorer with 244pts he was a surprise winner of the Rothmans Medal. He later played for Parramatta and Gold Coast before retiring in 1989 to concentrate on his law career.
Elsegood, Jack

71

25

5

0

110

0

0

1993-1996. Dashing winger, the grandson of Newtown war-horse 'Bumper' Farrell, was named the inaugural Norwich 'Rising Star' winner and 'Dally M' Rookie of the Year in 1993. Elsegood suffered a shoulder injury in the 1994 World Sevens tournament and did not have the same impact in his second year in the top grade. After a short time in reserve grade, he clawed his way back to the club's first grade team but the anticipated rep honours did not eventuate. Elsegood underwent a shoulder operation during the 1995 off-season and later sought a release from the club to play for Sydney City. Despite being a consistent try scorer, his time with the Roosters was marred by injury and he announced his retirement in April 2001. He is now a successful racing car driver.
Elwin, Neville

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1985
Emmerton, Vic

1

1

0

0

3

0

0

1953
Evans, Warren

5

1

0

0

3

0

0

1973. Came from Norths and later played for Balmain.
Evans, Wayne

25

1

0

0

4

0

0

2001. Came to the Northern Eagles from the Melbourne Storm.
Everingham, Ross

9

2

0

0

6

0

0

1963
Main Sources: Whiticker & Hudson 2002; Smith 1991