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Eels to face Sea Eagles in Harold Matthews Grand Final

The Parramatta Eels Harold Matthews side will clash with the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles at Leichhardt Oval tomorrow (Saturday 5 May) in the 2018 Harold Matthews Grand Final.

After the regular season the Eels finished second on the table with six wins from nine games. The young Blue & Gold side will play in the competition’s Grand Final against the Sea Eagles who qualified third after the regular season.

These two sides have had two close encounters this season with the Blue & Gold claiming a 14-10 victory in Round Two of the competition before the Sea Eagles came away 26-24 victors in the opening week of the Finals.

Kick off is at midday.

Please note, will be streaming the 2018 Junior Representative Grand Finals from Leichhardt Oval. Viewers will be able to see all the action from Leichhardt Oval on, as well as via the official NSWRL Facebook Page.

The Eels are the most successful club in the Harold Matthews competition, having won 20 premiership titles.

Good luck to the young Blue & Gold side! 

Parramatta Eels Harold Matthews side

1. Joshua Tuipulotu 2. Matthew Komolafe 3. Sean Russell 4. Viliami Penisini 5. Simon Tito 6. Jabriel Kalache 7. Jakob Arthur 8. Peter Taateo 9. Kyle Leonard 10. Trey Mooney 11. Desmond Raukete 12. Oscar Mezzomo 13. Caleb Tohi

Interchange: 14. Drew Lloyd 15. Mika Tonu 16. Samuel Loizou 17. Taylor Mauala 18. Lachlan Maric 19. Alfred Curuenavuli 20. Ngarimu Harte 21. Rick Siofele 22. Jordan Tapusoa 23. Sunia Siasau 24. Larry Muagututia 25. James Malauulu

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Harold Matthews side

1. Tolutau Koula 2. Cameron Brown 3. Uinitoni Mataele 4. Seturi Iakopo 5. Uluaki Tuipulotu 6. Tony Francis 7. Kaeo Weekes 8. Tyreece Matangi 9. Gordon Chan Kum Tong 10. Israel Ahofono 11. Samuel Pinomi 12. Siosiua Fotu 13. James Uesele

Interchange 14. Tyrone Holakeituai 15. Marley Hunter 17. Darcy Hoy 21. Logan Fox. 25. V. Tonga. 26. Jai Vakai

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.

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