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Cromer Park
101 South Creek Rd, Dee Why
5,000
Cromer Park, 101 South Creek Rd, Dee Why, 2099
Jeremy Toivonen
(02) 9982 6228
jeremy@mwfa.com.au
manlyunitedfc.com.au



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Adam Parkhouse

Aidan Hancock

Brendan Cholakian

Daniel Bragg

Dejan Pandurevic

Dom Ferguson

Dylan Mitchell

Dylan Whitlock

Henry Gallagher  

Jamie Lobb  

Kieran Paul       

Luke Giverin

Nathan Sim

Rhys Williams

Sam Gallagher

Shervin Keshavarz Adeli 

Sipan Berti                                    

Travis Cooper    

Travis Oghtred                       

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Formed: 2004 as Manly United Football Club

Previously known as Manly-Warringah Dolphins and Warringah Freshwater

Honours:
NSW Super League Premiers and Champions: 1995
NSW First Division Premiers: 1999
NSW Winter Super League Champions: 2001
NSW Winter Super League Premiers: 2004
NSW Winter Super League Championship Runners Up: 2004
Waratah Cup Finalists: 2007 and 2009
Waratah Cup Champions: 2011

Divisional History:
1985-1991 NSW First Division
1992-1996 NSW Super League
1997-1999 NSW First Division
2000 NSW Super League
2001-2004 NSW Winter Super League
2004/5 – present NSW Premier League 

NSW Winter Super League History:
2001 – 3rd W14-D2-L6
2002 – 2nd W13-D5-L4
2003 – 8th W7-D8-L9
2004 – 1st W18-D1-L7

NSW Premier League History:
2004/5 – 13th W3-D7-L5
2006 – 5th W8-D4-L6
2007 – 4th W8-D4-L6
2008 – 4th W12-D3-L7
2009 – 5th W10-D7-L5
2010 – 9th W7-D4-L11
2011 – 6th W8-D7-L7

Top Goalscorer:
2003 – Justin Creighton 8 goals
2004 – Brent Fisher 19 goals
2004/5 – Brent Fisher 5 goals
2006 – James Monie 10 goals
2007 – Robert Cattanach 10 goals
2008 – Robert Cattanach 14 goals
2009 – Josh Sama 7 goals
2010 – Robert Cattanach 6 goals
2011 – Scott Balderson and Adam Foti 7 goals
2012 – Adam Foti 5 goals
2013 – Matthew Sim 10 goals
2014 – Chris Payne 10 goals