Manly Sea Eagles CEO Joe Kelly fronted the media following his side's 30-18 loss in Canberra to address match fixing allegations that surfaced this week.
One or two players impress NSW selectors while an injury-hit Manly side shows fight against a Raiders team that turned on the style.
The Manly Sea Eagles lost Daly Cherry-Evans, Jamie Lyon and Brenton Lawrence to injuries as Canberra strolled to a 30-18 win at GIO Stadium on Friday night.
The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have released a statement regarding allegations of match fixing.
The Canberra Raiders go head-to-head with the Manly Sea Eagles in Round 13 of the NRL Telstra Premiership. Who will win this Friday Night Footy clash?
From Slater, to Lawrence, Sandow and Atkins' four-try effort, there have been some remarkable first grade debuts in recent years.
The Sea Eagles can expect a frosty reception when they arrive in Canberra for this all-important clash to kick-start Round 13 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.
He hasn't been in the best of form at his new club, but Manly prop Nate Myles was never too far out of the Queensland selectors' thoughts for Origin I.
There has been movement among the top four teams, while the Titans are defiantly continuing their charge towards the top eight and an NRL finals berth.
The Broncos and Cowboys added another thrilling chapter to their rivalry, the Panthers lost another game inside the final three minutes and much more.