Manly Sea Eagles secured a golden-point win over Canberra Raiders for the second time this season as they claimed a 21-20 NRL victory at Brookvale Oval on Sunday.
The Sea Eagles were 20-18 winners in Canberra in April after the teams were all square at the end of 80 minutes and it was a similar tale in their latest meeting.
Dylan Walker - the man whose penalty goal settled that last encounter between the sides - fittingly opened the scoring on this occasion, exploiting a gap in the Raiders defence to touch down.
Blake Austin responded for the visitors, but tries from Martin Taupau and Jorge Taufua put daylight between the sides, before Daly Cherry-Evans ran on to a Walker grubber kick to give the home side a 20-6 half-time lead.
The Raiders fought back through a pair of Jordan Rapana tries and both teams had scores ruled out before Jarrod Croker levelled matters with a penalty at the death.
But the fightback proved to be in vain, as Cherry-Evans split the posts with a field goal early in the additional period.
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The result lifts Manly to sixth and leaves the Raiders two points outside the top eight in ninth.
In the day's other match, Penrith Panthers stormed to a 38-0 win at Canterbury Bulldogs.
The Panthers scored seven tries, with Mitch Rein crossing twice and Nathan Cleary contributing 14 points.
Penrith are now 10th and on a three-match winning run, while Canterbury's fourth defeat on the spin leaves them down in 13th.