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    Manly prop Martin Taupau has re-signed through until the end of 2022 with the NRL club

    Manly prop Martin Taupau has re-signed through until the end of 2022 with the NRL club


    The former Kiwis prop, who turned out for Samoa this year, says he was eager to stay with the Sea Eagles to continue the run of success they started under coach Des Hasler in 2019.

    Under Hasler's guidance, the Sea Eagles finished sixth on the NRL ladder and made the semi-finals despite a horror injury toll.

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