MARK BRYANT TO MAKE NRL DEBUT FOR SEA EAGLES Former Canberra prop Mark Bryant has been included in the Sea Eagles starting side to play Wests Tigers at Brookvale Oval on Sunday. Injuries to regular props Brent Kite and Daniel Heckenberg on top of a two week suspension to Kylie Leuluai has resulted in Bryant getting the call up from Premier League. A former Canberra Raiders front rower,Bryant is 24 and a product of teh Cootamundra Bulldogs. He joined Manly on a tip from former Test forward and Manly star Les Boyd who coached Bryant in Cootamundra. Manly have named a seven man replacement bench for Sunday's 3 p.m. game to cover the appearances for Sydney on Friday night of forwards Steve Menzies,Anthony Watmough and Jason King. The trio - all local juniors-want to back up on Sunday and will undergo medical checks on Saturday morning. The MANLY NRL side to play Wests Tigers is: Brett Stewart,Scott Donald,Terry Hill,Paul Stephenson,Chris Hicks,Michael Witt,Michael Monaghan (c),Jason King,Chad Randall,Mark Bryant,Steve Menzies,Anthony Watmough,Ben Kennedy.Replacements: Luke Williamson,Shane Dunley,Sam Harris,Jim Curtis,Glenn Stewart,Phil Moorwood,Kane Cleal ( 3 to be omitted) PREMIER LEAGUE:Mark Lennon,Mitch Creary,Steve Matai,Ashley Alberts,Jared Taylor,Jye Mullane,Travis Burns,Adam Cuthbertson,Jeff Robson,Mailangi Styles,Nathan Tutt,Nathan Hollingsworth,JP Cherry (c). Replacements: Darren Peachey,Matt Ballin,Karl Johnson. JERSEY FLEGG: Josh Lewis,Ryan Cribb,James Donlan,Simon Yeo,Tom Joseph,Grant Jessop,Brendan Crabb,Chris Trembath,Joab Hull,Bobby Bright,Josh Brown (c),Ina Papera,Jacob Martin. Replacements: Ehryn Taylor,Adam Shaw,Corey Kinsella,Michael Bowen,Bryace Gearin,Jesse Shelley,Dan Molenaar,Rob Clarkson. BEST WISHES TO SG BALL SIDE The Manly Sea Eagles crackerjack SG Ball side play Canberra in a sudden death semi final at Western Weekender stadium at St.Marys this Saturday,May 7 at 1.30 p.m. Coached by Craig Sandercock the side has been in brilliant form over the past few weeks and accounted for Penrith 26-18 last Saturday in a sudden death semi final. The young Sea eagles are a win away from the grand final.We wish them well.