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By Trent Thomas

The Illawarra Cutters will take to the road once more when they face the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval on Saturday.

The Cutters will be looking to rebound from a close two point loss to the Mount Pritchard Mounties and claim their first win of the season.

The Cutters line-up remains mostly unchanged from last week, with Tyron Cranston moving to fullback from the wing, and Craig Garvey moving into the starting line-up.

Head Coach Scott Logan admits he will be “getting the old blue spray out” to remedy last round’s loss, which was caused by a combination of injuries and bad execution.

The Manly-Warringah side, who lost their opening match themselves, is led by former Australia international and NSW Blues representative David Williams, who is captaining from the custodian role.

The team also has Jayden Hodges at dummy-half and Michael Chee Kam at lock.

The Cutters won 46-12 when both teams last met at Brookvale Oval and will be looking to replicate the result as they aim to build momentum to catapult themselves into their 2015 campaign.

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