Match organisers consider AMI Stadium extension to deal with Warriors mania

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Ticket sales for the Christchurch match between the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles and the Vodafone Warriors have skyrocketed after the recent string of Warriors victories and match organisers are now considering to expand the capacity of AMI Stadium to deal with the increased demand. Match organisers have been in discussion with Crusaders CEO Hamish Riach about the option to erect …

Unique opportunities to mingle with NRL stars in Christchurch

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Rugby league fans will get unprecedented opportunities to mingle with some of the biggest stars in the NRL when the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles come to Christchurch in June. The Christchurch Casino will become the home away from home for the Sea Eagles and there will be multiple opportunities for sponsors and ordinary fans to meet their rugby league heroes. …

Manly coach Trent Barrett taps into Crusaders formula

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Manly coach Trent Barrett is looking forward to tapping into the winning formula of the most successful rugby franchise on the planet. Barrett recently visited the home of Super Rugby champions the Crusaders, on a fact-finding mission in Christchurch, to meet coach Scott Robertson and was surprised to hear he was a long-time Sea Eagles fan. “And if things would …

Manly coach Trent Barrett impressed by Christchurch venue

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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles coach Trent Barrett says he cannot wait to take his full squad to Christchurch, after getting a first glimpse of the city today to check out the facilities for Manly’s match against the Vodafone Warriors on June 9. The former Kangeroos and State of Origin star had a fully packed schedule, which included a tour of …

Special Ngāi Tahu designed jerseys to be worn by Manly Sea Eagles for NRL matches in Christchurch

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The Manly Sea Eagles will wear a special Ngāi Tahu-inspired playing strip for their NRL match against the Warriors in Christchurch in June. Manly players – including Kiwis Lewis Brown and Martin Taupau – will sport a jersey commissioned by Ngāi Tahu and designed by one of its leading Māori artists and master carver, Fayne Robinson. Lyall Gorman, Manly’s chief executive, said the uniform move highlighted the Sydney club’s commitment to building a long-term partnership …