You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content
The Pirtek Parramatta Eels Holden Cup side that runs out on Monday night includes three young guns who recently inked new deals to stay at the Eels until at least 2015 in hooker Kaysa Pritchard, prop Pauli Pauli and NSW Under-18s hooker Zach Dockar-Clay.

Coach Andrew Webster's side took home its second win in two weeks in round 15 against the young Rabbitohs, and will be looking to notch up a third straight victory after a week's rest over the bye.

Young fullback Corey Makelim and five-eighth Mitchell Brasington formed a valuable early combination in the 18-12 win, and will be looking to roll on and stake a place in the top eight.

Meanwhile the young Sea Eagles sit in 16th place in the Holden Cup with just five wins this season and will be looking for a vital win to bypass the Sharks and Cowboys on the ladder.

Parramatta Eels:

1. Corey Makelim

2. Vai Toutai

3. John Folau

4. Connor Broadhurst

5. Sam Manuleleua

6. Mitchell Brasington

7. Sam Gorman

8. William Bugden

9. Kaysa Pritchard

10. Pauli Pauli

11. Fred Junior Mauala

12. Sean Jackson

13. Diamond Charlie


14. Jordan Grant

15. Jordan Latham

16. Michael Ki

17. Zach Dockar-Clay

18. Luke Vescio

Coach: Andrew Webster

Manly Sea Eagles:

1. Matt Ikuvalu

2. Latrell Schaumkel

3. Regan Haika

4. Fabian Goodall

5. Liam Knight

6. Sam Short

7. Will Pearsall

8. Jake Trbojevic

9. Craig McMurrich

10. Paul Tuigamala

11. Leonati Feiloakitua

12. Dylan Kelly

13. Jamil Hopoate


14. Michael Stig

15. Evan Lee

16. Daniel Vasek

17. James Mirceski

18. Luke Bartley

Coach: David Heath
Acknowledgement of Country

Parramatta Eels respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

Major Sponsor

Premier Partners

View All Partners