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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

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Lainy   Aug 21, 2016

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Lainy   Aug 21, 2016

Welcome to the beginning of a huge ‘Farewell Jamie’ week as we pay tribute to one of Manly Warringah’s favourite sons.

Jamie Lyon – what a player, what a Captain, what a champion!

A two time premiership winner who has represented NSW and Australia, Lyon is set to make his final appearance at his beloved Brookvale Oval next Saturday, August 27, when the Sea Eagles host the Canberra Raiders.

Although Lyon will do his best to overcome a hamstring injury to play one more time at Brookvale Oval, the Club has planned a huge day regardless to celebrate the illustrious career of their proud captain, irrespective of whether he takes the field against the Raiders.

Just some of the things planned include video tributes from past and current players, Jamie Lyon Face Masks, to a special lap of honour following the match, where there is sure to be plenty of emotions as the inspirational skipper farewells his home crowd.

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Lainy   Aug 21, 2016

Sea Eagles coach Trent Barrett says club captain Jamie Lyon is unlikely to play next week against the Raiders in what would be his last ever match at Brookvale Oval.

Lyon was a late scratching for Manly’s 38-18 loss at home against the Melbourne Storm on Saturday night with Barrett revealing the 34-year-old had picked up a hamstring injury in the captain’s run on Friday.

Next week’s game against the Green Machine would have been his 225th match for the Sea Eagles and his last at ‘Fortress Brookie’.

Earlier this year, Lyon announced he would retire at the end of 2016 despite having another season to run on his contract.

Should he fail to recover in time, Lyon will fall agonisingly short of 300 NRL matches in a career that started at the Parramatta Eels in 2000.

“Unlikely mate, which is a massive shame for us,” Barrett said when asked about Lyon’s availability next week.

“He’s got a hamstring problem and whilst he’ll do everything to get there, it’s not looking great at this stage, and he’s devastated.

“He hurt it yesterday at the captain’s run, so that’s something we’ll have to manage and cross our fingers and toes that he can [recover] because he’s been a wonderful, wonderful player for the club and we want to send him out on the right note.”

Barrett couldn’t confirm if the injury would force Lyon to miss the side’s Round 26 clash against the Panthers at Pepper Stadium as well.

“We’ll do everything we can to get him on the field but we don’t know at this stage.”

Source: NRL.com

Lainy   Aug 20, 2016