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The Dyldam Parramatta Eels are proud to announce Tim Mannah has been appointed as the club’s Captain for the 2015 season.

Head Coach Brad Arthur says Mannah was an obvious choice to step into the role for a third season.

“Tim has done an outstanding job as our club Captain for the past two years, and I know he will once again do us proud from the front,” Arthur said.

“Tim leads by example on and off the field, and he is a great ambassador for our club.”

“When Tim is not on the field there are many other leaders within our side who will step up as required.”

Mannah made his debut for Parramatta in 2009, and has played 143 NRL games in total.

He is also the club’s ambassador for Ronald McDonald House at Westmead.

“Tim has always been a natural leader and I’m very proud to have him as our club Captain once again,” Eels CEO Scott Seward said.

“He is part of the Eels fabric both within our club and to our Members and fans, and always represents the Blue and Gold with pride.”

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