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Team List Round 2 PANTHERS V BULLDOGS 16-18

Discussion in 'Penrith Panthers' started by TerryGaines, Mar 8, 2016.

  1. TerryGaines

    TerryGaines Voider of Warranties

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    - THURS 10 MAR, 8.05PM PEPPER STADIUM

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    1 Will Smith
    2 Josh Mansour
    3 Waqa Blake
    4 Peta Hiku
    5 Dallin Watene-Zelezniak
    6 Jamie Soward
    7 Peter Wallace
    8 Sam McKendry
    9 Tyrone Peachey
    10 Reagan Campbell-Gillard
    11 Bryce Cartwright
    12 Isaah Yeo
    13 Trent Merrin

    Interchange
    14 James Fisher-Harris
    15 Jeremy Latimore
    16 Suaia Matagi
    17 Elijah Taylor
    20 Sitaleki Akauola

    Coach: Anthony Griffin

    Tyrone Peachey has been named at hooker in place of James Segeyaro (arm). Elijah Taylor rejoins the Panthers 17 from the bench. Sitaleki Akauola is 18th man.


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    1 Will Hopoate
    2 Curtis Rona
    3 Josh Morris
    4 Kerrod Holland
    5 Sam Perrett
    6 Josh Reynolds
    7 Moses Mbye
    8 Aiden Tolman
    9 Craig Garvey
    10 James Graham (c)
    11 Josh Jackson
    12 Tony Williams
    13 Greg Eastwood

    Interchange
    14 Sam Kasiano
    15 Tim Browne
    16 David Klemmer
    17 Adam Elliott
    19 Lloyd Perrett

    Coach: Des Hasler

    Kerrod Holland will make his NRL debut in the centres with Chase Stanley (hamstring) ruled out. Craig Garvey will also make his club debut at hooker with Michael Lichaa (knee) out long term. David Klemmer (suspension) joins a five-man bench for his first start to the year
     
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    Enjoyed the game. You might say Penrith were unlucky - but they had it and lost it.

    Dogs again not great - but their staying power and size got them home.
     
  4. moto748

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    Yeah, I agree. Penrith just didn't play well enough in that second to hold their lead. Even though the Dogs were far from great themselves, it always looked like they'd find their way home.
     
  5. southsport

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    Big mistake by Soward to kick the ball dead and give the dogs a chance which they took and made the most of.
     

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