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Sea Eagles 46 - 12 Warriors
Full-time, wow - what a thrashing from Manly, stay tuned for the match report.
79 min: TRY - Sea Eagles, this is just silly now, Cherry-Evans kicks to the corner and it's Reuben Garrick who scores. Kick is wide. Sea Eagles 46 - 12 Warriors.
77 min: The Warriors go so close, but it's called a knock on.
73 min: Tuivasa-Sheck is still running a muck and just eating metres - but he is alone.
70 min: TRY - Sea Eagles. It's just far too east and the Sea Eagles are getting whatever they want - the Warriors are struggling to make a tackle - Jorge Taufua scores the try. Kick is wide. Sea Eagles 40 - 12 Warriors.
66 min: TRY - Sea Eagles, too easy from Manly - they gain 86 metres in their five tackles and it's Tom Trbojevic who gets his second. Kick is good. Sea Eagles 36 - 12 Warriors.
65 min: Dominance from the Sea Eagles when they have had ball in hand.
59 min: TRY - Sea Eagles, Tom Trbojevic makes the break - it's too easy for them, he finds Cherry-Evans who crosses for his second. Kick is good. Sea Eagles 30 - 12 Warriors.
57 min: Forward pass from Tuivasa-Sheck stops the momentum.
56 min: The Warriors win a penalty and look to score the first points of the second half.
52 min: An intercept from the Sea Eagles - and all the Warriors hard work is over.
49 min: Penalty for the Warriors - you feel they need to score here.
47 min: A turnover from the Warriors after six tackles.
45 min: A nothing set from the Warriors but a good kick from Green gets them another set.
43 min: Knock on from Manly in goal and the Warriors have the ball in great position.
41 min: Second half is back underway!
Half-time and the Warriors have plenty of work to do in the second 40.
37 min: TRY - Sea Eagles, Manase Fainu goes over, far too easily to undo all the Warriors hard work over the last 10 minutes, kick is good. Sea Eagles 24 - 12 Warriors.
33 min: The kick comes to nothing for the Warriors.
31 min: Great work from the captain - Roger Tuivasa-Sheck makes another break and earns a penalty.
27 min: Penalty awarded to Manly and they run it back at the Warriors.
Time to get our breath back - 30 points have been scored in the opening 25 minutes.
24 min: TRY - Warriors, Tuivasa-Sheck makes some incredible metres and it's Issac Luke who scores a much needed try for the visitors after a fantastic offload from Adam Blair - kick is good. Sea Eagles 18 -12 Warriors.
22 min: Intercept from Manly as Papali'i thinks he's Carlos Spencer and tries to throw one between his legs but it falls straight to Brad Parker but Kata makes a good tackle to stop him.
20 min: The Warriors have the ball for the first time in 11 minutes - need to do something with it, very timely penalty.
18 min: TRY - Sea Eagles, it's all Manly early on here as the Warriors can't make a tackle - Joel Thompson scores. Kick is good. Sea Eagles 18 - 6 Warriors.
15 min: TRY - Sea Eagles,Addin Fonua-Blake puts Tom Trbojevic through with a great offload and Daly Cherry-Evans goes after a pass from the fullback. Kick is good. Sea Eagles 12 - 6 Warriors.
13 min: Easy metres for Manly here as they close.
11 min: TRY - Sea Eagles, it's too easy for Manly here and Tom Trbojevic goes over for a try. Kick is good. Sea Eagles 6 - 6 Warriors.
8 min: A cross-field kick from Keighran nearly falls to Fusitu'a but is collected by Manly.
6 min: Sea Eagles get a penalty and have their hands on the ball for the first time. But there is a knock-on.
5 min: Great start to the game from Tuivasa-Sheck to gain more metres for the visitors. Great start from the Warriors.
3 min: TRY - Warriors, errors from Manly to start the game as they fail to collect the kick from the Warriors, Luke carries the ball and a kick from Isaiah Papali'i and the big front rower goes over for the first. Kick is good. Sea Eagles 0 - 6 Warriors.
2 min: Great take from Tuivasa-Sheck and leads the run for a 30 metre run.
1 min: Kick off here in Christchurch, it's game time.
A moment's silence as both teams link in arms on half-way.
Kia ora, good evening and welcome to Newshub's live coverage of the NRL match between the Sea Eagles and the Warriors at AMI Stadium.
Manly have come off two losses through the first two weeks of the competition and are desperate for a win.
The Warriors on the other hand looked impressive in their first outing against the Bulldogs but looked all out of sorts against the Wests Tigers in week two.
Both sides are coming off losses last week and will be looking to get their season's on track with a win in Christchurch.
TAB Odds: Sea Eagles $2.26 Warriors $1.60
Pre-game chat: Warriors and Sea Eagles to wear 'They Are Us' jerseys
The Warriors and Manly Sea Eagles will proudly wear the hashtag #TheyAreUs on their jersey's for Saturday's NRL match in Christchurch.
The hashtag came about after New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Arden used the words after the shooting attacks at two mosques in Christchurch that resulted in 50 deaths earlier this month.
The two NRL sides will square off at AMI Stadium in the first major sporting event to take place in the Garden City since the terror attack two weeks ago.
The hashtag will appear on the on the back of the Warriors jersey below the player numbers, while it will sit under the Sea Eagles crest on the Manly jerseys.
Warriors CEO Cameron George said the team would continue to wear the hashtag on their jerseys for the rest of 2019 when they play at home as a mark of respect.
"Like everyone, we were devastated with what happened a fortnight ago, and we wanted to come up with a way to honour those who lost their lives," George said.
"The new material on our jersey meant we couldn't put the hashtag on our chest under our logo. We weren't going to let that stop us, though, and were determined to do something lasting and meaningful.
"For us, it's a real privilege to be playing a game in Christchurch a city that has been through so much.
"Our community team and injured players have been on the ground since Wednesday, and I know [coach] Stephen Kearney and the boys are determined to get down there and put in a fitting performance on Saturday for the locals who have been through so much."
Before kick-off on Saturday, both teams will take the field together and join arms in a circle to observe a minute's silence.
Sea Eagles CEO Lyall Gorman said the club was proud to have the hashtag on their jerseys.
"What happened in Christchurch was beyond belief, and our thoughts and prayers have been with the families and friends of those who lost their lives, and those who are still undergoing medical treatment,'' Gorman said.
"The people of Christchurch warmly embraced our club during our visit last year, and we were incredibly humbled and honoured by it.
"In this time of real sadness, this is an opportunity for us to again be amongst the people of Christchurch and hopefully make some small contribution and difference to a healing process that is extraordinary in its nature.
"For us, it is about being humble and respectful and working with the city's leaders to see how we can support this wonderful community in their greatest time of need.
"The power of sport can actually bring people together, give them a reason to celebrate, give them something to look forward to, build hope for a brighter future as well as honour the recent tragic events.
"I truly believe that sport can play a significant role in the healing process. It is one of the great outlets that inspires and unites communities in good times and bad. Hopefully, Saturday's game will be a part of that process."
Sea Eagles: 1-Tom Trbojevic, 2-Jorge Taufua, 3-Moses Suli, 4-Brad Parker, 5-Reuben Garrick, 6-Kane Elgey, 7-Daly Cherry-Evans, 8-Addin Fonua-Blake, 9-Apisai Koroisau, 10-Martin Taupau, 11-Joel Thompson, 12-Curtis Sironen, 13-Jake Trbojevic
Interchange: 14-Manase Fainu, 15-Jack Gosiewski, 16-Corey Waddell, 17-Toafofoa Sipley
Warriors: 1-Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, 2-David Fusitu'a, 3-Peta Hiku, 4-Solomone Kata, 5-Ken Maumalo, 6-Adam Keighran, 7-Blake Green, 8-Agnatius Paasi, 9-Issac Luke, 10-Bunty Afoa, 17-Isaiah Papali'i, 12-Tohu Harris, 11-Adam Blair.
Interchange: 13-Lachlan Burr, 14-Jazz Tevaga, 16-Leeson Ah Mau, 17-Isaiah Papali'i, 18-Gerard Beale