Brad Parker extends his stay with Manly Sea Eagles

Drew Darbyshire

Manly Sea Eagles centre Brad Parker has signed a new two-year deal with the club.

The 22-year-old has made 42 first-grade appearances for the Sea Eagles since making his professional debut in 2016, scoring nine tries.

Parker said: “It’s pretty special signing a new contract with Manly.

“I’m really happy about it and I can really focus on finals footy without any extra things to worry about.

“I had a couple of other clubs interested but Manly feels right for me – just looking this year at my footy under Des [Hasler, coach] says it all really.

“I’m really happy with my performance this year, and of course the year isn’t finished for us.”

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