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Week one ISP finals football at Mount Smart Stadium beckons for halfback Mason Lino and his Vodafone Warriors team-mates. Image |

The Vodafone Warriors and Penrith will meet for the second time in a week at Mount Smart Stadium but the stakes will be higher when they tangle in their elimination match in week one of the Intrust Super Premiership finals.

The Panthers needed yesterday’s 36-24 win just to make the playoffs, climbing from ninth to eighth place to set up a repeat encounter with the fifth-ranked Stacey Jones-coached Vodafone Warriors on Sunday (1.35pm kick-off).

The Vodafone Warriors finished their regular season campaign on 30 points with 12 wins and 10 losses while Penrith climbed to 26 points with a 10-12 record.



Week One Finals

Saturday, September 3

Illawarra Cutters v Wests Tigers, 12.40pm (AEST), UOW Jubilee Oval   

Mounties v Newtown Jets, 1.00pm (AEST), Pepper Stadium

Wyong Roos v Canterbury Bankstown, 3.00pm (AEST), Pepper Stadium

Sunday, September 4

Vodafone Warriors v Penrith Panthers, 1.35pm (NZT), Mount Smart Stadium

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