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Brave Eels edge out Manly

TRY TIME: Bevan French crosses for the Eels’ lone try in a hard-fought 10-9 victory over Manly Sea Eagles on Friday night. Picture: Brett Hemmings/Getty ImagesA late penalty goal handedaresilient Parramatta Eels sidea 10-9 win over Manly Sea Eagles at Pirtek Stadium on Friday.
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Parramatta managed just the one try in the match and snatched victory with a Michael Gordongoal in the 78th minute.

The result was a much-needed boostfor the home fans and followed on from the announcementcoach Brad Arthur’s contract had been extended until the end of 2019 season.

On the field, the Eels executed a strong defensive game plan to put a severe dent in the Sea Eagles’ finals hopes.

Bevan French produced a piece of individual brilliance in the sixth minute when he regathered his own grubber kick anddived over for the game’s first points.

Manly’sdominanceofpossession was rewarded with a try of their own in the dying stages of the first-half whenApisai Koroisau picked the ball up at dummy half and bullied his way across the try line.

Daly Cherry-Evans then kicked a field goal on the stroke of half-time to give Manly an unlikely 7-6 lead at the break.

Gordon restored Parramatta’s lead in the 51stminute with his first penalty goal of the match before Dylan Walker slotted a penalty of his own to put Manly up by a point.

After he was collected with an off-the-ball shoulder charge from Marty Taupau, Gordon then stepped up from a tough angle as time wound down and sent just over 8,000 Eels fans into raptures.

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