JamieLyonWeb
EST. 2005
Latest News • Goodbye Jamie Lyon Web
Welcome to Jamie Lyon Web. Here you'll find all the latest info, news and media on the Manly Sea Eagles Captain. Click HERE to go to the official Manly Sea Eagles website

Well, Jamie has now officially retired and so has the site.
I’ve loved every minute of these 11 years. It’s been an awesome experience.
When I watched Jamie play in his 1st game for Saints, I knew he would become my favourite for Saints. I wanted to learn more about his career so I created this site in 2005.
Having been a Manly fan since 1992/93 I was thrilled when he chose to play for Manly…10 years later he’s retiring as a Manly AND St Helens legend.

Jamie, thanks for being so entertaining to watch over the years…you’ve given us so many memories…thank you so much!

Manly Sea Eagles, hopefully we’ll see the best of you next season.

For some great Rugby League sites, and ones that I have to thank for either supporting/promoting the site or allowing me to use their info go to: League Unlimited / Rugby League Project / League Freak / Zero Tackle

To contact me, go to my personal Twitter page (LeagueIsTheBest)

Jamie, you will always be our legend…

Lainy

Lainy   Sep 4, 2016

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Lainy   Sep 3, 2016

IN tribute to Jamie Lyon, who hung up his boots at the weekend after a glittering career on both sides of the rugby league world, we look at his special two years at Knowsley Road.

We have reproduced excerpts of the chapter on the Aussie ace from As Good as it Gets, Saints 2006.

For the rest click HERE

Lainy   Sep 2, 2016

ACE centre Jamie Lyon did not get the chance for a swansong appearance, with a hamstring injury ruling him out of Manly’s last game of the campaign at the weekend.

But the classy former Saint, who spent two years wowing the crowds at Knowsley Road in 2005-6, has plenty of other red-letter days to look back on.

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Lainy   Sep 2, 2016

Saints didn’t exactly find Jamie Lyon under a bush before resurrecting his top level rugby league career, which was in danger of imploding during the early years of the new Millennium.

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Lainy   Sep 2, 2016

The remarkable career of Jamie Lyon was celebrated at his home ground of Brookvale Oval today.

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Lainy   Aug 28, 2016

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Lainy   Aug 28, 2016

Nate Myles has recounted the moment Manly legend Jamie Lyon went down at training as one of the most heartbreaking things he has witnessed in his career.

Lyon broke down during the captain’s run ahead of last Saturday night’s game against the Storm.

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Lainy   Aug 28, 2016

WHEN Trent Barrett and his Manly players gather to pay tribute to Jamie Lyon, almost to a man they describe him as “unassuming”.

That’s no surprise. A more laid-back country bloke you couldn’t wish to meet, despite his good mate Noel ‘Crusher’ Cleal’s assertions that “there’s more Warriewood than Wee Waa in him these days”.

But as every good leader knows, sometimes there’s no substitute for a good spray and Lyon’s hairdryer treatment, while seldom used, was up there with the best of them.

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Lainy   Aug 28, 2016

Jamie Lyon will not only be remembered as one of the best to pull on a Manly jumper, but one of the game’s greatest ever centres, according to coach Trent Barrett.

Lyon’s NRL career is all but over after the Sea Eagles captain confirmed his troublesome hamstring injury has denied him a Brookvale Oval farewell, and he is a long-shot for round 26.

Lainy   Aug 28, 2016