The Manly Sea Eagles have confirmed the signings of a number of new faces for the 2014 season.
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The NSW Cup Prop of the Year, Josh Starling is a young front rower on the rise. He plays long minutes and will be well-suited to the Sea Eagles' style.
Tall, athletic outside back with plenty of NRL experience for such a young man, Cheyse Blair will be a great addition to the Sea Eagles' developing backline.
Dunamis Lui is a powerful prop with great leg speed and well-tested in the NRL arena. Brisbane born and bred, but Lui is excited to be coming to Manly and will adapt well to the Sea Eagles' club culture. Look for him to benefit greatly from the change of scenery.
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The Cowboys' U20s Player of the Year and with the best defensive stats in the 2013 Holden Cup, Jayden Hodges earned his shot in first grade late in the North Queenslands Cowboys' season. A clever, resilient player, he's sure to blossom in his first full time position. Signed with the Sea Eagles for three years, he'll study under the tackling master Matt Ballin and hone his hooking skills.