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Sea Eagles trump Storm at home

All the action as it happens from Storm's Round 11 meeting with Manly at AAMI Park.

4' Both sides trade sets and Ryley Jacks comes up with a good touch finder - Storm holding strong field position early.

6' Sea Eagles drop the ball giving us a chance in attack but we then return the favour with an errant pass.

12' A real arm wrestle out on AAMI Park at the minute with neither side able to create a try scoring opportunity. No score from either side.

25' A Will Chambers grubber kick goes out off Kelly but the referee rules the Sea Eagle didn't play at the football. Manly get a reprieve in defence.

30' Brandon Smith has left the field for a HIA with debutant Harry Grant coming on to replace the hooker in his first-grade debut.

31' A nice grubber kick from Billy Slater earns us a repeat set - time to put some pressure on.

37' Jake Trbojevic sent to the sin bin after tackling Kenny Bromwich without the football!

41' Back underway at AAMI Park and Brandon Smith is back on the field at his fiery best.

48' Matthew Wright scores the most unlikely of tries in the right corner to give Manly the lead. Sea Eagles lead 6-4.

52' There is a scuffle between both sides and it has to be broken up twice.

As a result: Curtis Scott was sent off, Dylan Walker was sent to the sin bin and Api Koroisau was sent to the sin bin.

64' A penalty for Melbourne and we get a big chance to hit back in attack.

65' Chambers goes over the line but it is ruled that he doesn't ground the ball.

66' Josh Addo-Carr and Billy Slater eating metres down the left trying to pull us back into it.

68' Tom Trbojevic scores a try under the posts and Manly kick out to a two-try lead with time now the enemy for Melbourne.

79' Moses Suli puts an exclamation mark on Manly's victory at AAMI Park, scoring a late try as he busts through the Melbourne defence.

Acknowledgement of Country

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