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The Manly Warringah Sea Eagles are gearing up to turn their luck around in the Jersey Flegg Cup, with a home game at 4 Pines Park on Sunday providing the perfect opportunity to bounce back after two challenging away losses.

After a narrow 22-18 defeat to the Melbourne Storm in Victoria followed by a 26-24 heartbreaker against the Newcastle Knights in Newcastle, the Sea Eagles are hungry for a win on their home turf.

Despite trailing 16-4 at halftime in the game against the Knights, the Sea Eagles showed grit and determination to almost snatch victory.

Without their regular half-back Tylor Bunting, who was called up to make his NSW Cup debut for Blacktown Workers, the Sea Eagles faced an uphill battle.

However, Bunting's stellar performance has earned him his spot for this week's game, providing a boost for the team.

Facing off against the St George-Illawarra Dragons in the lead-up to the NRL match on Sunday, the Sea Eagles have a chance to redeem themselves and showcase their skills in front of their home crowd.

With a mixture of experienced players and talented youngsters, the Sea Eagles are ready to fight hard and make their mark on the competition.

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