Daly Cherry-Evans to finish career at Manly Sea Eagles after agreeing new contract

Daly Cherry Evans

Daly Cherry-Evans will finish his career at Manly Sea Eagles after agreeing to a new two-year contract extension. 

The new deal will see the captain contracted until the end of the 2025 NRL season.

Cherry-Evans, 33, has played 265 matches for the Sea Eagles and sits fourth on the record list for most first-grade games played for Manly.

The Australia and Queensland representative has played his entire career at Manly, having made his debut in 2011. Since then, he has scored 72 tries, kicked 136 goals, and 25 field goals for 585 points

Daly Cherry-Evans on new deal

“I’ve been lucky enough to extend at the Sea Eagles,” said Cherry-Evans. 

“I had this year and next year to run on the contract. But, it worked in both favours. Myself and the club thought it was best to put everything to bed and I’m going to be lucky enough to be playing here for the rest of my career which is great.”

Club chairman Scott Penn added: “We have always wanted Daly to be a one club player.

“We are delighted to extend his contract with the Sea Eagles till the end of 2025.

“He is our club captain, an inspirational leader and this contract extension will take him well past 300 games for the Sea Eagles.”

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Manly Sea Eagles full-back Tom Trbojevic suffers knee injury

Full-back Tom Trbojevic has suffered a knee injury following their 25-6 victory over Canberra Raiders.

Scans confirmed that the 25-year-old has suffered a medial tear and will now undergo surgery. He is set to be sidelined for at least a month (four weeks).

The club confirmed the news: “Manly Warringah Sea Eagles fullback Tom Trbojevic underwent scans today for a knee injury following Saturday’s match in Mudgee.”

Team-mates Dylan Walker and Josh Schuster are also currently recovering from injuries.

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Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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