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The Illawarra Cutters defeated the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26-4 at WIN Stadium, Wollongong on Saturday.

The Cutters inflicted five tries in the victory with winger Geoff Daniela scoring a brace.

The win was a result of a dominant performance by the Cutters establishing a strong foundation from their defence and utilizing expansive offensive play.

The game started out as an even affair with the stalemate finally broken in the 20th minute with a Geoff Daniela try coming off the end of the quick hands of Charly Runciman.

Kyle Stanley converted the try to give the Cutters a 6-0 lead.

The Cutters continued their momentum with a close range try to Leeson Ah Mau off the back of a strong run.

Stanley converted to make it 12-0.

The 33rd minute saw Geoff Daniela get his second try of the contest with a long range effort after capitalizing on a mistake by Manly.

Stanley converted to make it 18-0.

The Cutters continued their dominance in the second half extending their lead through a Josh Ailaomai try to extend the score to 22-0.

Manly secured a consolation try late in the game through Matt Ikuvalu to get on the score board at 22-4.

The game ended with a late Cutters try to Craig Garvey.

Illawarra Cutters defeat Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26-4.

Illawarra Cutters 26. Tries: Daniela (2), Garvey, Ailaomai, Matthews. Goals: Stanley (3/5).

Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 4. Try: Ikuvalu.