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Take a walk down memory lane and re-live our biggest win over the Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval.

The Bulldogs crushed the Sea Eagles 56 - 24 at Brookvale Oval as Hazem El Masri kicked his way into the record books.

All eyes were on Hazem El Masri, who equalled Henry Paul's world record of 35 consecutive conversions with his kick after Matthew Utai's 38th-minute try.

It was their fifth of the match, with Manly only managing Luke Dorn's 23rd-minute try in response.

Then Patten crossed for the Bulldogs sixth and El Masri missed the chance to be sole owner of the record when his kick went wide to the left.

The Sea Eagles crossed twice at the start of the second half to stun the Bulldogs.

But it was only momentary, with Vagana, Utai, Thurston and Mason all grabbing four-pointers for the Bulldogs.

Utai's try was his third of the match.

Anthony Watmough's try was little consolation as the Sea Eagles crashed to a 32-point loss.

Bulldogs 56 (Utau 3, Mason 2, Patten 2, Thurston 2, Vagana tries: El Masri 8/10)


Sea Eagles 24 (Menzies 2, Dorn, Watmough tries: Ben Walker 4/6)


Fullback 6. Ben WALKER 1. Luke PATTEN
Wing 2. Scott DONALD 2. Hazem EL MASRI
Centre 1. Albert TORRENS 3. Nigel VAGANA
Centre 4. Ben MacDOUGALL 4. Ben HARRIS
Wing 5. Mitch CREARY 5. Matt UTAI
Five-Eighth 7. Luke DORN 6. Johnathan THURSTON
Halfback 17. Alex MOORE 7. Brent SHERWIN
Front Row 8. Jason KING 8. Mark O'MELEY
Hooker 9. Chad RANDALL 9. Adam PERRY
Front Row 10. Aaron CANNINGS 10. Steve PRICE (c)
Second Row 11. Solomon HAUMONO 11. Willie MASON
Second Row 12. Sam HARRIS 16. Jamie FEENEY
Lock 13. Steve MENZIES (c) 13. Travis NORTON
Bench 14. Mark SHIPWAY 14. Dennis SCOTT
Bench 15. Tony JENSEN 15. Tony GRIMALDI
Bench 16. Gary WINTER 17. Roy ASOTASI
Bench 18. Anthony WATMOUGH 18. Brett OLIVER
Coach   Peter SHARP   Steve FOLKES
Acknowledgement of Country

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