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MANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITEDANNUAL REPORT 2013

FOOTBALL CLUB CHAIRMAN’S REPORTIt is with great pride that I present this Annual Report 2013 to Football Club Members.In 2013, the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have once more enjoyed a level of success that is the envy of other clubs in the NRL competition.While many of the so-called experts did not predict the Sea Eagles to make the finals, let alone the Grand Final, Geoff Toovey, his entire coachingstaff, recruitment team and of course the players, proved them all wrong. I congratulate them all for an outstanding achievement in 2013. Thestrong winning culture that has been the hallmark of the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles over many decades has been maintained and strengthenedin 2013.Preserving and protecting this heritage is the central focus of the current Manly-Warringah Football Club Board. The Manly-Warringah SeaEagles has a proud tradition, with the local junior league being established in 1932. We have played at Brookvale Oval since the Club joinedthe competition in 1947, played in the same colours and with the same name. Although the Club has been a privatised entity for ten years,the Manly-Warringah Football Club and its members hold an important stake in the Club, that is, the preference share which governs where theteam plays, its name, logo and colours.Under the current Board’s tenure this heritage and tradition has been fiercely protected on behalf of Football Club Members. And while thereare times this puts us at odds with other powerful and vested interests and has earned us unfair media criticism, we make no apologies forstanding up for these important things.It is vital to the future of the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles that Brookvale Oval remains our home ground, however its inadequacies as a modernNRL ground, must be acknowledged. This is why members of the Board, led by our Co-Patron Kerry Sibraa AO, have been part of joint effortsto find innovative solutions and attract funding that will help further upgrade the stadium and its facilities. As members would be aware, earlierthis year, both the former and current Federal Government each made a 10 million financial commitment to this upgrade. While a fundingshortfall remains, the work continues, but I would like to express my gratitude to Kerry Sibraa for his perseverance and dedication to this cause.I would also like to express my sincere appreciation of the work of Sea Eagles General Manager David Perry, Commercial Director GregButterworth and their team. It’s a well-known fact that behind every great Club is a well-run and hard-working front office which runs thebusiness, attracts sponsors and keep the revenues coming in.Thanks to the work of David and his team, the Club has made a profit in 2013 – the first time in many years. Given the difficult economicenvironment and ever increasing costs of running a professional sporting team, this is an enormous achievement.It is with sadness that we farewell three great players – Brent Kite, George Rose and Joe Galuvao. They have been outstanding representativesof our Club both on and off the field and on behalf of Football Club Members I wish them all the very best for their future careers.MWHowever on the more positive side, we welcomed some great new recruits, including Brenton Lawrence, Justin Horo and Peta Hiku. Even moresignificantly, two more local juniors, Clinton Gutherson and Jake Trbojevic made their NRL debuts with the Sea Eagles receiving player numbers558 and 559 respectively. The Football Club is keenly aware of the importance of fostering a strong junior league in this area and will continueto work closely with their officials in 2014.Finally I would like to thank my fellow Board Members for their passion, hard work and support in standing up for this great Club and theimportant heritage we represent and protect. In particular I would like to pay tribute to outgoing Company Secretary Philip Dean for his tirelessand largely unacknowledged work for this Club over the last decade.FOOTBALL CLUBEst. 1947I wish all Football Club Members and their families a safe and happy Christmas and New Year. I look forward to Season 2014.Bob ReillyFootball Club ChairmanFOOTBALL CLUB DIRECTORS 2013CO-PATRONSHon Kerry Sibraa AO and Ken Arthurson AMNames Position Meetings called Meetings attendedBob REILLY Chairman 9 8Philip DEANCompany Secretary – resigned 3/9/133*3Julie SIBRAACompany Secretary – appointed 23/9/134*3Peter BRYANT Director – resigned 1/4/13 1* 1Bob STEVENSON Deputy Chairman 9 8Chris JONES Director 9 8Rory MUSCAT Director 9 9Peter PETERS Director – resigned 14/10/13 4* 3Darrell WILLIAMS Director – appointed 2/4/13 8* 7Cliff LYONS Director – appointed 24/10/13 3* 2*denotes number of meetings called during Director’s tenureMANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ANNUAL REPORT 20131

LIFE MEMBERSJ L Munro*C White*D Stewart*G Ashton*R E Hudson*R H Ryan*E R Bull*G V Willoughby*E A Langford*J W Cameron*K R Arthurson AMD I Rae*G M HoustonW H Lloyd*R O HudsonD J Daley*J I Peebles*R W Batty*J A Tenison*elected 1951elected 1957elected 1958elected 1959elected 1960elected 1962elected 1962elected 1964elected 1965elected 1966elected 1967elected 1967elected 1968elected 1969elected 1970elected 1972elected 1972elected 1973elected 1973T P BurkeJ K Collins*F R JonesF R StantonR Fulton AMD O JoyceM J KrilichT W RandallR H Higham*G H LenonG C EadieA S ThompsonW W Lloyd*J L Martin*B R SeymourE J Noffz*A G Keighran*R P Mossop*R J Ritchieelected 1974elected 1974elected 1975elected 1977elected 1978elected 1978elected 1982elected 1982elected 1983elected 1983elected 1983elected 1984elected 1985elected 1985elected 1985elected 1987elected 1989elected 1991elected 1991GENERAL MANAGER’S REPORTW P O’ConnellE W WhileyW J PooleP A VautinR LenonR J Bull*G O ThoroughgoodC P LyonsD HaslerG TooveyP J PetersK W Sibraa AOP L CummingsO J CunninghamW BulmerS MenziesJ KingA Watmoughelected 1992elected 1992elected 1993elected 1993elected 1994elected 1997elected 1997elected 1999elected 2000elected 2000elected 2003elected 2005elected 2006elected 2007elected 2008elected 2009elected 2012elected 2012* DeceasedVALE WILLIAM “WILBUR” LLOYD1934 - 2011Football Club Life Member, player number 101, William Lloyd played his junior football withCollaroy Surf Club and Narrabeen Junior Rugby League Club before making his New SouthWales Rugby Football League premiership debut for the Sea Eagles in 1955. He played in the1959 Grand Final against St George.As Ken Arthurson said in his praise of the ’59 side, “at the time, St George were withoutquestion the greatest club side the game had ever known. They were unbelievably strong,almost the Australian Test side. Second best to St George in those days was no disgrace.”He was the son of club official and Football Club Life Member W H Lloyd. Lloyd was oncedescribed in the media as “the concrete defender” for his often brutal tackles on the opposition.Lloyd retired from rugby league in 1960 after 87 first grade games with Manly. He served inthe NSW Police in the Manly-Warringah District for many years.I would firstly like to thank those who have supported the Sea Eagles in the passionate way that I enjoy witnessing every week.The 2013 season was a season of over-achievement in the opinion of some media experts, with the NRL team finishing runners-upin the Grand Final against the Roosters. It was only two years ago that this club was dismissed, being described as “destabilisedthrough reasonable change”. Well, we have proven that change can be a positive thing. This was demonstrated in 2012 with theNRL team making the ‘Top Four’, and again this season, with our presence in the NRL Grand Final.In my privileged role as General Manager, I am very proud of these achievements and I would like to congratulate every playerthat wore the maroon and white in 2013. I would like to draw special attention to the Top 25 NRL squad on their amazing year. Wealso acknowledge all the junior representative teams development squads and their coaching staff. They are indeed our future,and a prominent part of our football family. I congratulate Head Coach Geoff Toovey and his support staff. They have all gelledtremendously - the players’ dedication to perform to the best of their ability is undeniable proof of this.Behind the scenes within the business, our administration staff’s hard work is slowly being recognised for its quality and dedication.For the first time in a long time, the Sea Eagles have delivered an operating profit, which, in itself, is a significant achievementwithin our industry. All areas of the business have delivered some growth outcomes and having the players spend over 400 hoursdirectly supporting our community makes a real difference. This has all been achieved during a very difficult economic period andchallenging time for the game as a whole.We thank all Sea Eagles Members, as well as our Corporate Partners, especially our major sponsor, Kaspersky Lab. Without all ofyou, we simply don’t exist. So please keep supporting us and helping us to grow: together we are a much stronger force. In fact,our new membership campaign is titled “Together we are Stronger”. I ask that we all unite to build a positive future for this greatclub.Next season will bring with it some minor changes and, no doubt, some new challenges, but with the right genuine support, we aresure to see even more success for the Sea Eagles.Have an enjoyable off-season and keep safe. We look forward to seeing you in 2014.David PerryGeneral ManagerMWFOOTBALL CLUBEst. 1947VALE JAMES “STREAKY” PEEBLES1931 - 2013Football Club Life Member, player number 85, Jim “Streaky” Peebles, was one of the ManlyWarringah Rugby League Football Club’s finest players, Clubmen and ambassador for the game ofrugby league. He also served for many years on the Manly Warringah Rugby League Football ClubCommittee. He passed away on Saturday 9 February 2013.As a lock forward Jim played 1st grade for the Club during 1953 -1961 and was a member of the1959 grand final team that played against a very strong St George Dragons team; he played in theSydney City representative teams during his career and played with many great Manly Warringahplayers including Roy Bull, Peter Burke, Billy Lloyd, Peter Diversi, George Hugo, George Lenon, RexMossop and Ron Wiley to name a few.After ending his playing career in Sydney, he captain coached in the NSW Country, became aCommittee Member of the Manly Warringah Rugby League Football Club and shared his knowledgeand experiences in rugby league by coaching the Manly Warringah Junior Rugby League FootballClub, Belrose Eagles to their first A Grade premiership win in 1961.MANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ANNUAL REPORT 20132MANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ANNUAL REPORT 20133

MANLY–WARRINGAH SEA EAGLES LIMITED 2013 OFFICIALSBoard of DirectorsNaming Rights SponsorScott Penn (Chairman), Bob Reilly (Deputy Chairman), Kerry Chrysiliou, Peter Peters, Phil Sidney, John Walstab, Darrell WilliamsAdministrationSleeve SponsorShorts SponsorUpper Rear of Jersey SponsorLower Rear of Jersey SponsorApparel SponsorShorts SponsorUpper front of Jersey Sponsor2013 SPONSORS & PARTNERS5 Star SafetyAAA Radiator SpecialistsAirroad Distribution Pty LtdAitken Electrical Pty LtdAllan Hall Business Advisors Pty LtdAMF Bowling - Dee WhyAussieTravelCoverAustralian International Traders Pty LtdAvalon AirAVIS Dee WhyAVS Group Australia Pty LtdB S C Physical & Mental PerformanceBakker TowingBars-N-RacksBartercard AustraliaBeachwheels AutomotiveBeam Global Australia Pty LtdBeiersdorf Australia LimitedBF Group Retail Pty LtdBill Buckle Motors Pty LtdBladesBoardman Peasley Pty LtdBotany Access PTY LTDBoyded IndustriesBrisBuild Pty LimitedBrooke Withers Sport & Life Pty LtdBrookvale HotelBrookvale Insurance Brokers Pty LtdBrookvale SandBSM Global Pty LtdBusiness First Accounting ServicesCamera HouseCanterella Bros Pty LtdCAP Transport PTY LTDCardfix Pty LtdChemist Warehouse Dee WhyCoca-Cola Amatil (Australia) Pty LtdCOMMULYNXCompact Lamps AustraliaCrinz Media Pty LtdDanaris Pty LtdDee Why GrandDee Why Smash Repairs Pty LimitedDesigna AccessoriesDezigntime Bridges Pty LtdDiacore Unit TrustDKG Financial Services t/a Mentor1DMK Forest Products Pty LtdDracakis JewellersEastwood Air Conditioning Pty LtdFlash Skip BinsFluid Building Services Pty LtdFoley’s Nursery Pty LtdForest Coach LinesForsite ConstructionsFuture SignageGema Group HoldingsGoing Up ElevatorsGot To Go Solar Pty LtdH D Constructions Pty LtdHall Chadwick, Chartered AccountantsHarbord DiggersHarbord Financial Services LimitedHarbord Growers Fruit MarketHardware & General SuppliesHome Improvement PeopleHorizon Plumbing, Draining & Gas FittingIbis Gosford - F1 Gosford Pty LtdInnovative Print SolutionsInternational Sports Clothing AustraliaJacksons AwardsJamesons and Associates Unit ServiceJavabuzz Pty Ltd t/a Hit CafeJax Tyres BrookvaleJax Tyres Mona ValeJetset Travel WahroongaJPCC Pty LtdJulie’s EmbroideryKarcher Pty LtdKaspersky Lab Australia & New ZealandMad Mex Fresh Mexican Grill Pty LtdMadison Sport Pty LtdManly Surfside Holiday ApartmentsManly Warringah Leagues ClubMANLY WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE CLUBLTDManufactured Homes Insurance Agency LtdMave Services Pty LtdMega Fortris Australia Pty LtdMilestone Chemicals NSW Pty LtdMitronics Corporation Pty LtdMMBMT PLUMBINGNational Transport Security & ServicesNavtek Tracking Pty LtdNeurospinology Academy Pty LtdNorth Shore Health & FitnessNorthern Beaches Credit UnionNovurania Inflatables Pty LtdNRMA Motoring & ServicesOpal CoachesOut & About Marketing & Media Pty LtdPacific Hoseflex Pty LtdPainting NSWPC-EFTPOS Pty LtdPENINSULA PERSONNEL RECRUITMENTPharmacare Laboratories Pty LtdPilu FreshwaterPremier Sports & Talent Managment GroupPrestige Worldwide Financial Group P/LPROTON CARS AUSTRALIAQUORRA PTY LTDRedcape Hotel Group Pty LtdRibs and Rumps Operating Company Pty LtdRichard Curzon EnterprisesRoads and Maritime ServicesMANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ANNUAL REPORT 20134Robert Oatley Vinyards Pty LtdRoyale LimousinesSantarosa & AssociatesSAS Water SolutionsScotty’s CakesShop-A-DocketSilicon Beach Computers Pty LtdSoniq Digital Media Pty LtdSOS Print & MediaSportingbet Australia Pty LtdSportscraftStreet Smart EnergySydney Criminal LawyersSydney Fresh Seafood ManlySydney Sealing Services Pty LtdTaylors Doors & FramesThompson Health Care Pty LtdTICKETMASTER AUSTRALASIA PTY LTDTooheys Pty LtdTOT TransportTravelodge Manly WarringahTrue Blue CollectablesTyreright BrookvaleUltimate 1 Constructions Pty LtdUnited Resource ManagementUpstream Print SolutionsUrban Building Pty. Ltd.Urban Building Pty. Ltd.Vili’s PiesVirgin Active Australia Pty LimitedVogue Financial Pty LtdWarringah ITWarringah Timbers Pty LtdWestfield Promotion Fund Management PtyZenith RemovalsGeneral ManagerCommercial DirectorFinancial ControllerFinance OfficerManagement AccountantKey Accounts - Business DevelopmentBusiness Development ManagerBusiness Development ManagerBusiness Development ManagerHR & Commercial Logistics ManagerRetail ManagerDigital ProducerMembership & Ticketing ManagerMembership & Ticketing AdministratorMarketing AdministratorMarketing & Creative TraineeEvents Operation ManagerAdministration Officer/ReceptionDevelopment Officer - Primary SchoolDevelopment Officer - High SchoolCareer AdviserMerchandise TraineeDavid PerryGreg ButterworthBrad DavisonDavid CarthewVanessa De ContiMary FinkelsenMatthew FoxJohn BeaumontJoe MarroneAdam RixonBrett TurnerJohn ChammasMichael VisserDavid SheehanGrace AlderSamara BaumannBlake VanderwoudeMichelle CarpenterMelissa VayroTim GeeJudy FitzgeraldHuw FischerFootball DepartmentHead CoachFirst Grade Co-CaptainsAssistant CoachAssistant CoachFootball ManagerNSW Cup CoachNYC CoachSG Ball CoachHarold Matthews CoachCommunity Relations & Team Operations MgrRecruitment ManagerCoaching & Development ManagerHead TrainerHead ConditionerDoctorPhysiotherapistHigh Performance Analyst & Rehab Co-ordSpeed CoachDietitianGear StewardsTimekeeperBall BoysGeoff TooveyJamie Lyon & Jason KingDavid PennaBrad ArthurSteve GiggLuke WilliamsonDave HeathDane McKayGlen MooreDeanne LeesDave WarwickSimon HealeyAlex RossDon SingeTom GanAndre RickenbachBrendan InksterRubin RuzickaJennie LaneSimon Keith & Norm SmithAlan HansonBlair Healey, Mitchell HinesLiam Kent, Bailey Skelton,Jake Watmough, Zach Singe2013 AWARDSMWNRLNSW CUPGordon Willoughby Medal – Members’ Player of the YearDaly Cherry-EvansBest and FairestDoug Daley Memorial Award – Clubman of the YearBrett StewartPlayers’ PlayerRoy Bull Best and FairestAnthony WatmoughNYCPlayers’ PlayerKieran ForanRuss Bull Best and FairestKen Arthurson Rookie of the YearPeta HikuPlayers’ PlayerLeading Point ScorerJamie Lyon (210 points) SG BALLLeading Try ScorerDavid Williamstries) Coach’s awardEst. (191947Dally M - Centre of the YearJamie LyonPlayers’ PlayerClive Churchill MedalDaly Cherry-EvansHAROLD MATTHEWSInternational Centre of the YearJamie LyonCoach’s awardInternational Halfback of the YearDaly Cherry-EvansPlayers’ PlayerNRL Player of the Finals SeriesDaly Cherry-EvansJUNIOR REPRESENTATIVESNew Zealand Player of the YearKieran ForanPlayer of the Year & Perpetual TrophyFOOTBALL CLUB2013 REPRESENTATIVE HONOURSAustraliaNew ZealandTongaIrelandState of Origin - NSWState of Origin - QLDCityNRL All StarsIndigenous All StarsAnthony Watmough, Daly Cherry-Evans,Kieran ForanBrent Kite (Captain), Jorge TafuaJames HassanAnthony Watmough, Brett StewartDaly Cherry-EvansJamie Buhrer, Tom SymondsKieran ForanGeorge RoseMANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ANNUAL REPORT 20135Liam HigginsJesse Sene-LefaoJake TrbojevicJake TrbojevicRiley TraversTom TrbojevicZac EdgleyBilly BainbridgeJesse Ramien

NRL FIRST GRADE 2013NRL FIRST GRADE20132013 FIRST GRADE PLAYERSBACK ROW:DR THOMAS GAN, RUBIN RUXICA, MATT BALLIN, JAMIE BUHRER, JORGE TAFUA, PETA HIKU, BRETT STEWART, STEVE MATAI, KIERAN FORAN, JOEGULUVAO, NORM SMITH, STEVE GIGGMIDDLE ROW: WARWICK BULMER, SIMON KEITH, GEORGE ROSE, JUSTIN HORO, TOM SYMONDS, BRENT KITE, JAMES HASSAN, DAVID GOWER, GLENN STEWART, ANDRERICKENBACH, ALEX ROSS, DON SINGEFRONT ROW: SIMON HEALEY, DAVID PENNA, GEOFF TOOVEY, ANTHONY WATMOUGH, DALY CHERRY-EVANS, JAMIE LYON (CO-CAPTAIN), JASON KING(CO-CAPTAIN), BRENTON LAWRENCE, DAVID WILLIAMS, RICHIE FA’AOSA, BRAD ARTHUR, BRENDAN INKSTERCOACH’S MESSAGEThe club and the players can be extremely proud of their 2013 season. Making the Grand Final was afantastic achievement.After losing several seasoned players for the majority of the year, the remaining players produced somegreat performances knocking over many more favoured sides. With the experienced Jason King andJoe Galuvao out and Richie Fa’aosa injured before the last game our forward depth was strained but thearrival of Brenton Lawrence, Justin Horo and Tom Symonds filled the breaches extremely well.Two local juniors made their debut - Jake Trbojevic and Clint Gutherson - something their families and thelocal Junior League are very proud of.Anthony ‘Choc’ Watmough capped off a fantastic year being awarded Best and Fairest, Kieran Foran Player’s Player award andPeta Hiku Rookie of the year. The Doug Daley Clubman award was received by Brett Stewart who donated much of his time tocharitable organisations.Once more off the field the players continued their involvement in community activities, visiting schools to educate the studentson a variety of subjects, raising awareness and funds for charities and meeting their fans at every opportunity.I’d like to thank all those involved with the club in 2013 - Members, Officials, Players and Supporters - and look forward to asuccessful 2014.Geoff TooveyHead CoachMANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ANNUAL REPORT 20136PlayersBallin, MattBuhrer, JamieCherry-Evans, DalyChisholm, DaneFa’aosa, RichieFarrar, BenForan, KieranGaluvao, JoeGower, DavidGutherson, ClintonHasson, JamesHiku, PeterHoro, JustinKing, JasonKite, BrentLawrence, BrentonLawton, KayneLyon, JamieMatai, SteveRose, GeorgeSao, LigiSene-LefaoSkinner, NickStewart, BrettStewart, GlennSymonds, TomTaufua, JorgeTonga, EsikeliTrbojevic, JakeWatmough, AnthonyWilliams, DavidCLUB 000002FG00600000000000000000000000000002013 82719112192219261125272013 NRL RESULTSRnd 01310 20/05/201311 25/05/20131213 09/06/201314 14/06/20131516 01/07/201317 08/07/201318 15/07/201319 21/07/201320 29/07/201321 03/08/201322 11/08/201323 16/08/201324 25/08/201325 31/08/201326 08/09/2013QF 14/09/2013SF 20/09/2013PF27/09/2013GF 06/10/2013* denotes home gameOpponentResultGroundBRONCOSWIN 14-22SUNCORP STADIUMKNIGHTSWIN 32-0BROOKVALE OVALTITANSLOSS 16-14SKILLED PARKTIGERSWIN 26-0BLUETONGUE STADIUM*BULLDOGSWIN 6-20ANZ STADIUMSHARKSWIN 25-18BROOKVALE OVALRABBITOHSLOSS 12-20BROOKVALE OVALDRAGONSWIN 18-24WIN STADIUMROOSTERSLOSS 4-16BROOKVALE OVALSTORMDRAW 10-10AAMI PARKRAIDERSWIN 16-10BROOKVALE OVALBYEWARRIORSLOSS 18-16MT SMART STADIUMBULLDOGSLOSS 30-32BROOKVALE OVALBYEROOSTERSLOSS 18-12ALLIANZ STADIUMEELSWIN 50-10BROOKVALE OVALCOWBOYSWIN 14-341300SMILES STADIUMTITANSWIN 38-20BROOKVALE OVALTIGERSWIN 18-36CAMPBELLTOWN STADEELSWIN 6-40PARRAMATTA STADIUMWARRIORSWIN 27-12BLUETONGUE STADIUM*RABBITOHSLOSS 22-10BLUETONGUE STADIUMRAIDERSWIN 22-36CANBERRA STADIUMSTORMWIN 28-8BROOKVALE OVALPANTHERSLOSS 26-38BROOKVALE OVALROOSTERSLOSS 4-0ALLIANZ STADIUMSHARKSWIN 24-18ALLIANZ STADIUMRABBITOHSWIN 20-30ANZ STADIUMROOSTERSLOSS 26-18ANZ STADIUMTeamRoostersRabbitohsStormSea rriorsBroncosRaidersDragonsWest 19MANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ANNUAL REPORT 840043602080001680 ts404037353230292826262625241818142013 NRL LADDERFOOTBALL CLUBEst. 687740

NSW CUP SEASON 2013NYC SEASON 2013NSW Cup Players’ Player of 2013, Jesse Sene-Lefao, plays in a trial match against the Roosters2013 NSW CUP PLAYERSPlayerCHAPMAN, Michael-JohnCHEE KAM, MichaelCHISHOLM, DaneCOOPER, NathanCUNNINGHAM, JamesFARRAH, BenFEILOAKITUA, LeonatiGAGAN, JacobGOWER, DavidGREER, KasyeGUTHERSON, ClintonHASSON, JamesHIGGINS, LiamHIKU, PetaHILL, DylanIKUVALU, MatthewKELLY, DylanLAWTON, KayneLEMALU, JustinMANSON, MitchellMCGLINCHEY, DeanMUSOLINO, BenNAPOLETANO, JosephNASSO, DomenicNICHOLLS, ZacheryPEARSALL, WilliamRORKE, HarrisonROSE, GeorgeSAO, LiligiifoSAVAGE, TroySCHAUMKEL, LatrellSEAGE, JasonSENE-LEFAO, JesseSHORT, SamuelSKINNER, NickSTIG, MichaelSTRICKLAND, DylanSYMONDS, ThomasTAVITA, StevenTONGA, EsikeliTROBOJEVIC, JakeVASEK, DanielWILLIAMS, 0000000001001000100000002013 NSW CUP 000Rnd 6/04/2013613/04/20136b 20/04/2013727/04/2013804/05/2013912/05/201310 18/05/201311 25/05/201312 02/06/201313 09/06/20131415 22/06/201316 29/06/201317 06/07/201318 13/07/20131920 27/07/20132122 10/08/201323 17/08/201324 24/08/201325 31/08/201326 07/09/2013OpponentResultsAUCKLANDWIN 26-24MOUNTIESLOSS 10-40WEST TIGERSLOSS 12-50BULLDOGSWIN 36-12NEWTOWNLOSS 10-38ILLAWARRALOSS 16-36CRONULLALOSS 4-32WINDSORWIN 22-20W’WORTHVILLE LOSS 14-38NORTH SYDNEY LOSS 6-54NEWCASTLELOSS 18-22MOUNTIESWIN 24-20WYONGLOSS10-26AUCKLANDLOSS 10-38BYEBULLDOGSWIN 18-8WINDSORLOSS 6-20ILLAWARRAWIN 26-24W’WORTHVILLE LOSS10-20BYEWYONGWIN 28-24BYENEWTOWNLOSS 32-50WESTS TIGERS LOSS 18-28CRONULLALOSS 0-54NORTH SYDNEY LOSS 6-60NEWCASTLELOSS 10-56MANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ANNUAL REPORT 20138GroundBROOKVALE OVALAUBREY KEECH RESLEICHHARDT OVALBROOKVALE OVALBROOKVALE OVALBROOKVALE OVALHENSON PARKWINDSOR SPORTSBROOKVALE OVALNORTH SYDNEY OVALBROOKVALE OVALBROOKVALE OVALMORRY BREEN OVALERICSSON STADIUMBELMOREBROOKVALE OVALWIN STADIUMPARRAMATTA STADIUMBROOKVALE OVALHENSON PARKBROOKVALE OVALHENSON PARKBROOKVALE OVALTOWNSON OVAL2013 NYC PLAYERSNYC PlayerALAVANOS, ChrisBARTLEY, LukeDELANEY, JackFATIALOFA, SuniulaFEILOAKITUA, LeonatiGOODALL, FabianGUTHERSON, ClintonHAIKA, ReganHOPOATE, JamilIKUVALU, MattKELLY, DylanKENNEDY, PatrickKNIGHT, LiamLAPAHUA, SiuaLEE, EvanLOS’E, Peter-JamesMANSON, MitchellMCMURRICH, CraigMIRCESKI, JamesNICHOLLS, ZacheryPARKER, JamesPEARSALL, WilliamRORKE, HarrisonSAUNDERS, KyleSCHAUMKEL, LatrellSHORT, SamuelSTIG, MichaelTAYLOR, CharlieTRAVERS, RileyTRBOJEVIC, JakeTUIGAMALA, PaulVASEK, 000000000000000Rnd 05/201310 20/05/201311 25/05/20131213 09/06/201314 14/06/20131516 01/07/201317 08/07/201318 13/07/201319 21/07/201320 29/07/201321 03/08/201322 11/08/201323 16/08/201324 25/08/201325 31/08/201326 08/09/2013FOOTBALL CLUBEst.2013 NYC RESULTSOpponentResultBRONCOSLOSS 28-30KNIGHTSLOSS 14-26TITANSWIN 26-18WEST TIGERS WIN 28-16BULLDOGS LOSS 30-43SHARKSLOSS 10-26RABBITOHS LOSS 12-16DRAGONSLOSS 6-28ROOSTERS WIN 28-24STORMLOSS 10-30RAIDERSLOSS 20-36BYEWARRIORSLOSS 20-52BULLDOGS LOSS 26-32BYEROOSTERS LOSS 6-34EELSWIN 34-30COWBOYSLOSS 20-30TITANSLOSS 28-35WEST TIGERS LOSS 22-40EELSWIN 52-22WARRIORSDRAW 36-36RABBITOHS LOSS 18-38RAIDERSLOSS 38-52STORMWIN 30-18PANTHERSLOSS 18-30MANLY-WARRINGAH RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED ANNUAL REPORT 20139VenueSUNCORP STADIUMBROOKVALE OVALSKILLED STADIUMBLUETONGUE STADIUM*ANZ STADIUMBROOKVALE OVALBROOKVALE OVALWIN STADIUMBROOKVALE OVALAAMI STADIUMBROOKVALE OVALERICSSON STADIUMBROOKVALEALLIANZ STADIUMBROOKVALE OVAL1300 SMILES STADIUMBROOKVALE OVALCAMPBELLTOWN STAD.PARRAMATTA STADIUMBLUETONGUE STADIUM*BLUETONGUE STADIUMCANBERRA STADIUMBROOKVALE OVALBROOKVALE OVAL

NSWRL SG BALL SEASON 2013BROOKVALE OVAL COMMITTEESince informing Members about the establishment of the Brookvale Oval Committee at last year’s AGM, a great deal of work hasbeen done by the Committee to try and secure the future of our beloved home ground – Fortress Brookvale.The challenges we face to stay at Brookvale are considerable. Without significant funding Brookvale Oval will be unable to meetthe standards expected by the NRL and our fans. In turn this will impact on the Club’s ability to raise revenue and threaten theteam’s financial viability. But leaving Brookvale Oval is not an option.The State Government’s announced “Stadia Strategy” does not consider traditional, suburban grounds like Brookvale Oval tobe priorities for funding. The NRL wants to see more games played at the bigger venues like ANZ and Allianz – with a policy of“right game, right venue”.The Committee, comprising representatives from the Sea Eagles management, Football Club, co-owners, private sector and StAugustine’s College met regularly to develop plans that, at the same time as providing the Sea Eagles with increased undercoverseating and corporate facilities would also provide St Augustine’s College with additional educational facilities and the publicwith meeting rooms. That is, a plan to transform Brookvale Oval into a modern, multi-use sporting and educational centre ofexcellence. We also wanted Brookvale Oval to be placed in a State Trust.We presented the plans to the Federal and State Governments and were asked to scale them back considerably to a relativelymodest 30 million plan which would have delivered 4,350 additional covered seats, as well as corporate hospitality, meetingand community facilities, including car parking. For that plan, we required 20 million from a Federal Government.SQUAD: Aisea Tukipili, Beau Abrahams, Charlie Buttrose, Hayden Cochrane, James Parker , Jared Palmer, Judd Hanlon, Kyle Saunders, LiamKnight, Mitch Britton, Mitch Thomas, Robert Wolfgramm, Ryan Mawhinney, Scott Moran, Tom Trbojevic , Jesse Ramien, Riley Travers, DallasKoen, Darcy Cox, Fatani Kavaefiafi, Mitchell Subotin, Nicholas Hynes, Nicholas Lynn, P J Lose, T J McLean, Wade Hannell.RESULTS: Illawarra W 28-18; Central Coast W 36-10; St George L 24-18, Bulldogs L 30-12; Penrith L 30-26; Parramatta L 62-6; Cronulla D2828; Canberra L 38-4; North Sydney W 22-16.NSWRL HAROLD MATTHEWS SEASON 2013In August, after a decade of being ignored by successive Federal Governments, we achieved some rare bipartisan support –then Federal Minister Albanese announced a 10 million grant for Brookvale Oval, shortly followed by then Opposition Leader,Tony Abbott. Unfortunately the two 10 million commitments did not add up to 20 million, but rather just one commitment of 10 million.This has left us in a difficult position – the 20 million gap in funding is enormous. Added to that, Warringah Council has informedthe Sea Eagles it plans to increase the rent this year by 90,000.Late in November, State Treasurer and Member for Manly, Mike Baird convened a Roundtable involving all stakeholders includingall levels of government, the NRL, St Augustines and the Sea Eagles. We have discussed further options and will reconvene inFebru

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